Quite a few years ago now, we planted a Paul's Himalayan Musk Rose at the base of an older, non- producing cherry tree. It has now taken over the tree.
This week it is in full bloom.
Paul has some company up there in the cloud of blooms. A lovely clematis whose name I don't remember is rambling right up there with the rose.
The blooms are lightly fragrant, so when the sun shines on the rose a sweet scent wafts over the yard.
Unfortunately the rose has now killed the supporting tree so something will have to be done. Fortunately this will happen during the dormant season, like in January, so for now we can just enjoy it.