Oddly colored redleaf rose (Rosa glauca). The foliage is blue, or gray, and the form is spindly. It needs something around it rather than sitting alone as such a strange specimen.
Knockout rose 'Blushing Pink'. Carefree, easy, and it's even fragrant in a very delicate, surprising way. It is right by the front door. You can't miss it when you come to see me.
Finally, a Red Drift rose makes a little pop of color at the edge of the garden. It stays low and tidy and kind of bun shaped. Despite its little size, you just can't miss it from afar.
These are all the roses I have. I am no rose grower. None of mine make any fuss or take any care or even get noticed by me for most of the year. I'm no fan. But when June comes they make even a non rose grower like me stop and appreciate their whole reason for being.
June is for roses.