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Rose ID help?

After inheriting or acquiring through various means, I've never managed to formally ID any of my roses without being deeply sceptical of my decision!

Could you help a novice out?! I appreciate many of them also may not be suited to container growing, any advice would be greatly appreciated! (Thank you!)

1) Either fully white blooms or pink tinged, repeat flowering throughout season + thorny long sturdy stems

2) Little red blooms either independent or appearing almost in a "spray" fashion, repeat flowering, long bendy stems without thorns. Dug out of an overcrowded flower bed in my new house and has grown on with a vengeance with mulching/feeding - needs cane support (could it be a climber?)

3) Found growing next to the gravel driveway, very sad and small but much happier in pot for the time being. Repeat flowering large yellow blooms which pale as they begin to fade, thorned sturdy stems

4) Inherited from a friend last year  possibly has "peachy" in the name and originally bought from a garden centre. No end of trouble with black spot since I've had it, and mysteriously dropped all of its leaves June time only to bounce back again with a new flush of blooms after a prune and a feed. Repeat flowering, upright smaller thorned stems

5) Originally sent to me for a March birthday from moonpig 2 years ago, planted up with primula and ferns. Had been a slow grower but remained bushy - blackspot hit hard early this year and whilst recovered okay for flowers growth now decidedly more scraggly.


  • Fran IOMFran IOM Posts: 2,412
    @becky.a.rawlinson Your post has slipped through so I am bumping it up for you if you still don't have any answers. Maybe you could put your request on the thread ..the new rose season 2020. There are many rose experts on the forum so you could get the answers to your query.  :)
  • Joy*Joy* Posts: 571
    @Marlorena might be able to help. The pink marks on the white one are probably due to the rain.
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