I mean roses, off course. I thought we could keep it to five, with perhaps one or two runner-up roses. Mine are very predictable since so few roses have done well this year:
Potter and Moore
Souvenir de la Malmaison
By next spring the line-up should be much more exciting since I have Emily, No. 92 Nanjing, Dr. O'Donel Brown, Wild Edric and five new tea roses that will hopefully all be blooming by then (especially if it finally will condescend to rain!).
I'd love to hear about your choices of what really stood out in your garden this year.