This is Alba Meideland, a climber with huge clusters of small white flowers and bulletproof foliage.
Madame Plantier is one of my best white roses. She blooms once in late spring ... but WHAT a bloom she has!
Glenn Dale is a graceful rambler with these beautiful, delicate flowers. It is exceptionally rare, and I am thrilled to have it in the garden here.
White Pet is another superstar. It's a compact bush with dark green foliage, and it's preparing to burst with hundreds of buds in upright clusters.
Puerto Rico is a rose that doesn't mind hot summers.
I was in the greenhouse when I took this photo of a flower on Little Eskimo.
Here's a second shot, with a pencil eraser for perspective, to show you just now tiny this flower is. Man, I love miniatures!!
With the current state of part of some of my gardens, a post about white flowers wouldn't be complete without a view of one of the weeds that's putting on a show right now. I don't know its name, but it sure is photogenic.
This morning will be spent in the greenhouse, planting a ton of cuttings that have arrived in the mail in the past few days. After I finish with this, I have a list of wedding details to attend to.
I hope your day is a pleasant one!
I'm going to share this post with the folks at Faded Charm for this week's White Wednesday.