In the front yard, I think almost everyone has bloomed at least once. So here's starting the area. As you walk through the fencegate from the back to the front (east side of the house), I have blanket flowers & butterfly bushes surrounding the old juniper stump.
Walking along the east side fence, that's where my oldest roses are at (they're a whole 3 years old.. woohoo). However, I had to get Blue Bayou first, which took George Burns' spot.
It's first Judy Garland (no blossoms), Blue Bayou, Mardi Gras (only spent blooms), JFK (spent), then Oranges and Lemons. But, this year, it's more Oranges than Lemons as there's little yellow.
That's it for the east side, now for the north side. There's a row of Europeana, Sunsprite, Artistry (replaced Purple Passion, which gave up the ghost), Sunsprite, and then Sonia. So here's the Sunsprite next to Europeana.
Sonia is at the end of this row next to the west side of the yard, next to the driveway. Perfect bloom, IMO.
Heading slightly south about 2 feet along the west side is Perfume Tiger (spent), then going east from there is Circus (spent), Korde's Perfecta, Purple Heart, and Scentsational (no buds now, just trimmed).
Kordes Perfecta was much prettier 2 days ago with the white reverse.
Here's Purple Heart.
About 3 feet south from Scentsational on the east side is Stainless Steel, then Othello (spent), Dolly Parton, Tuscan Sun (spent). So here's Stainless Steel.
Dolly Parton is definitely making a show of it!
I had to move Midnight Blue from the west side of the yard, it was blooming, but the blossoms weren't lasting a day. So I put Yankee Doodle in that spot, then (going east) Montezuma, and 2 from RU (can't remember exactly which ones). Beyond is Heirloom, Joseph's Coat (non-climbing?), then Clare de Lune and California Dreamin'. So here's Montezuma. It's blooming while still laying down, but it does have a nice up-right cane finally.
Joseph's Coat is really orange/red this year.
California Dreamin' is a dreamy rose, that's for sure.