One of our rosebushes stands behind the white, seatless chair..
"This is what I was told by a brilliant gardener and then seconded by another: When 'dead heading' roses throughout the season, go down the stem counting the clusters of leaves. Normally they are in threes (who knew?) when you reach a group of four (5) leaves, snip just above them. Supposedly the technique guarantees lush flowers for months." So says Tish Jett here. (I suppose most of you already knew that. I didn't.)
The chairs have been moved to the newly created "tree-bed".