Isn’t this a beautiful garden? This photo was taken today, July 11, when gardens in the Desert Southwest frequently look like crispy critters.
Some of the roses are ‘Hot Cocoa,’ ‘Gemini,’ and ‘St. Patrick.’
The tree in the foreground is a crabapple.
The Rose of Sharon, ‘Blushing Bride,” seen in the background has been trained as a small tree, allowing adequate sun for the roses to grow.
This is a beautifully laid out and grown small city garden!