Taking photographs of the garden I'll be leaving behind...
Rosa - Schoolgirl (climber)
Yellow water iris (in bog frog and newt hole)
Tradescantia (named for the botanist Trandescant)
Flag Iris (sorry, I can't remember which variety)
The ancient Rosa Mundi
My favourite roses are the old-fashioned highly scented ones, and though some have a short flowering season, others if dead-headed will flower for longer periods. In my new garden I have plans to support their flowering with the English varieties. The present owner doesn't like flowers, being a shrub and tree person...with very few flowering shrubs even. We inherit a couple of lilacs, a hebe and a ceanothus as flowering shrubs, other that that...she cut the wisteria down to a stump, but it was still there, so hopefully we can resurrect that by putting it on a trellis away from the wall.