Catalpa Tree: sometimes called Catawba.
Privet Hedge: tiny flowers with a sweet aroma, but highly invasive.
White Clover: loved by bees.
Clematis. I have forgotten the name of it.
A double white Clematis.
Dianthus: common name Sweet William.
I think the name of this Rose is Scentimental.
When I was a child, it was a tradition that on Mother's Day and Father's Day a person wore a red rose if the honored parent was alive and a white rose if he/she was dead.
The buds on this rose are pink, but they bloom out white.
Burr Rose, Rosa roxburghii. Notice the prickles (burrs) at the base of the bloom.
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