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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Beautiful shots, but I’m no help with naming them. There are so many types.
Thanks! I’ve been trying to recall but there have been too many of them and some are so very similar.
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.
Thanks for the info.
I’m no help and would likely think “mystery roses” to be the perfect name. =)
Yanno…I wonder if there is a rose named mystery? 🙂
Indeed! But you don’t have any ideas?
The first one is reminiscent of Rio Samba. I’m not very good at identifying roses to begin with, but especially when they are in other parts of the country because the colors change due to the PH of soils and water in different locals.
Really? I would never have thought that.
I would like a garden of the yellow ones. Beautiful shots!
Whenever I see a yellow rose I think of Kylie 🙂
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.
There are some that are smaller, look into those.
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.
Thanks for trying, John!