Mystery Roses

They mystery about them is that I either neglected to take note of their names or their name tags were hidden or missing.  Hopefully someone out there can help me give them their names back.

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16 Responses to Mystery Roses

  1. Lignum Draco says:

    Beautiful shots, but I’m no help with naming them. There are so many types.

  2. Andy Oldham says:

    Nice roses! Don’t know names, however. A hint might be in their age. If they have a fragrance they are not hybrids, which means they are vintage. Hybrids don’t carry a fragrance, unless that has changed in the last couple of years. Good luck.

  3. I’m no help and would likely think “mystery roses” to be the perfect name. =)

  4. Timothy Price says:

    Mysterious!

  5. Mark Myers says:

    I would like a garden of the yellow ones. Beautiful shots!

  6. A. Blake says:

    Beautiful, I miss having rose bushes but they grow so wild and out of control because I don’t have time to care for them.

  7. ChgoJohn says:

    I dunno, Teri. The last looks similar to my Burgundy Iceberg, a Floribunda. It blooms in clusters, however, and there’s no way of knowing if0 your rose does, too. Nevertheless, they’re a pretty bunch, with or without a proper name.

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