Rose Walk

is just past the Moon Garden.  After her first decade of gardening, Barbara was inspired by one ancient rose that remained, having survived decades of neglect.  It still flowers, just once each year, a profusion of small, pale cream. fragrant roses next to an old stonewall.  If that rose managed to survive, Barbara was sure there must be other old “toughies” that would too.  Charlie built the cedar trellis, providing height and support for the climbers, complete with a camouflaged irrigation system.  Foxglove self seed among the roses; the borders are edged with Nepeta “Six Hills Giant.”