Here is Douglas Justice's June, 2019, blog: June 2019 in the Garden | UBC Botanical Garden. As usual now, there are good photos, and a link to Garden Explorer where you can just for this month follow along in the blog with a photo for each plant mentioned and the locations showing on the map. I think the theme this time is "June is a great month". It's a little all over the place, like my recent visits. Some of the plants mentioned are ones that caught my attention last time I was there, like this Rodgersia aesculifolia. Last week, first two photos, the leaves were more bronze. The colour is still attractive. This species is supposed to have distinctive brown hairs on the leaf margins, which you can see above. Rodgersia were mentioned in the blog as part of the planting around the redesigned pond at the entrance. The plants above were from farther along Upper Asian Way. This plant below is next to the pond, had leaves and flowers that look like the plant above, but it's entirely lacking the bronze highlights. I've given it the same name, wonder whether the location makes a difference, maybe it's a little further along in development, or maybe it's a hybrid. Oh, or I could have the species wrong. Most of the garden's roses are not open yet, but the Rosa x odorata 'Mutabilis' is fully open and looks fabulous.