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Looking from inside the rose garden, through the main arch, and toward the front yard.
This arch is covered with pink polyantha "Cecile Bruner" roses.
The red roses are "Trumpeters".
The left pathway of the rose garden. A row of "Trumpeter"s are on the left.
In the back are "Rio Samba", and "New Dawn".
To the right of the path are "Mr. Lincoln", "Elizabeth Taylor", "Double Delight", "Princess of Monaco", and "Honor"
From the third floor, the left part of the rose garden. The "Blaze" arch is at lower left.
The concrete walkway is in the shape of a "B". At the top of the "B" is a bird bath.
In the bottom loop is a working fountain.
At the bottom right is our seating area, a sunny spot to read the paper on cool Saturday mornings.
The table and chairs are surrounded by blue and violet roses.
The right side of the path, including the fountain, "Cecile Bruner" arch, and pergola.
The sundial is hidden, tucked behind the left edge of the arch.
This wooden arch beckons you to enter the rose garden from the front lawn. Covering the arch are Cecile Bruners, a climbing polyantha rose with small pink blooms.
The fountain is visible behind it on the left.
The pergola is a shady spot perched on a hill overlooking the rose garden.
From the six-foot redwood swing, three people can overlook the garden an enjoy the blooms and their fragrance.
A pair of yellow "Golden Shower" roses cover the sides and back of the pergola.
In front of the swing are coral pink "Perfume Delight" roses.
The floor is natural stone, taken from the property and grouted in concrete.
A side view of the pergola, from the front lawn.
The wind vane was purchased on a trip to Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.
It features an Amish buggy, pulled by a horse. It frequently points to the west,
where our prevailing breeze comes in off the ocean, around San Luis Obispo.