This was a miniature pink rose which has graced our front walkway for several years. It has been gorgeous. Now this.
This is a cultivar called "Simplicity." It is a single pink rose most often used for hedges. Not so pink anymore. I think there is one branch of the hybrid rose surviving. Perhaps by ruthless cutting back of the undesired branches I can preserve the plant. Worth a try?
This is a part of the "mound" in the front yard. You know mounds. In the flat, featureless area in which we live, many people build these things in their yards just for the el-evation of it.
Anyway, I think these flowers very pretty though I've no idea what they are called. I am sure that most gardeners would simply say "weed." They are quite invasive and have to be controlled by root removal on a regular basis. They do offer these pretty blooms for an extended period of time.
Happy June First!