I haven't finished with May postings yet, but the June blog is out, so I may as well post the link: June 2021 in the Garden - UBC Botanical Garden. Douglas Justice writes "I can't hope to cover all the roses in the Garden". But he tried - he wrote three-pages worth, including some other flowers along the way. The blog has the usual collection of excellent photos. There are some single whites with photos next to each other, which is helpful. Most of these roses haven't started blooming yet, but I did happen to photograph a couple of lone flowers. This is Rosa nutkana var. nutkana, Nootka rose, with the largest flowers of our native roses, on the path through the Garry Oak Meadow. And here's one that didn't make it into the blog, Rosa roxburghii f. normalis, in the Asian Garden.