(See Greta standing guard, Shirley? :)
I've long since lost the tags on all these rose bushes so I can't tell you what they are. But I've had them all for about three years and every year each one puts on a continuous show of beautiful, fragrant blossoms throughout the summer...some yellow (my favorite), some red, some pink and some a beautiful, vibrant, variegated orange (a close second choice).
They live in pots on my back patio and I feed them with a locally produced (Hamilton, Texas) organic rose food called Rose Glo that I get at my favorite nursery. It's a natural fertilizer made from a blend of feather meal, alfalfa meal, soybean meal, ferrous sulfate, corn meal, phosphate, humates, kelp meal, molasses, sulfate potash and magnesia.
Although in the heat of the summer I do struggle with black spot, my rose bushes at this point in time are very happy and I can't wait to share their blossoms with you!