The Wars of the Roses were a series of battles fought in the 15th Century between the houses of York and Lancaster for the throne of England.
Wakefield: 30th December 1460: Lancastrian victory. (read more about this battle here)
Mortimer’s Cross: 2nd February 1461: Yorkist victory
St Alban’s (2nd battle): 17th February 1461: Lancastrian victory
Ferrybridge: 28th March 1461: Yorkist victory
Towton: 29th March 1461: Yorkist victory
Hedgeley Moor: 25th April 1464: Yorkist victory
Hexham: 15th May 1464: Yorkist victory
Edgecoat Moor: 26th July 1469: Lancastrian victory
Losecote Field: 12th March 1470: Yorkist victory
Barnet: 14th April 1471: Yorkist victory
Tewkesbury: 4th May 1471: Yorkist victory
Bosworth: 22nd August 1485: Victor- Henry Tudor
Stoke: 16th June 1487: Victor – Henry VII (Tudor)
That was 11 to the Yorkists and 6 to the Lancastrians although the Lancastrians ultimately won.
And I took the photos of the lovely roses in the new rose garden at Dunham Massey.