Austin English rose, 'Alnwick Rose' named for the Duke of Northhumberland's garden. MY garden June morning 2012
Jude the Obscure - (one own root, one grafted, potentially one from cutting) Front yard??
Gallica Rose: Rosa 'Ombrée Parfaite' (France, 1823).
Felicite Parmentier (Alba) Before 1867. This charming rose produces clusters of very double pale pink flowers, like exquisite little swirly pompons.. Deliciously perfumed & great for a cottage garden. Grows 4-5 feet tall. A good choice for hot, dry climates. Image source: http://www.nana-neco.com/rose-index/Felicite_Parmentier.htm
~Shrub Rose: Rosa 'Cardinal Hume'
Eglantyne: Regarded as one of the most beautiful of English Roses. Very hardy, strong Old Rose fragrance, good repeat.