I don't 'do' yellows, but.....
Hi again everyone,
So I don't have any 'warm' coloured blooms in my garden - there are no yellows, oranges or reds here at all, although I do have some warmer toned pinks. But after reviewing my rose order I've realised that there are quite a few apricot/yellow blends in there, including Anna Olivier, Archduke Joseph/Mons. Tillier, Marie von Houtte, Abraham Darby, and Felicia.
Now I'm thinking about adding a creamy apricot/yellow/pinkish small climber to my list, which will (hopefully) fit in nicely with my other pink climbers along the back of the bed, to tie all the yellowish/apricot roses together.
So I'm after some suggestions! Colour and rebloom are most important, and fragrance would be fantastic. Hardiness is not an issue here in Australia, but this position would be in a bit less than full sun (perhaps 6 hours). I will not spray. Ever.
And some more issues - I love the creamy colour of Wollerton Old Hall, but it's not available in Australia. I also drool over all your pics of Mme Berard... But the Mme Berard-in-commerce here doesn't look much like your pics, nor does it look like E. Veyrat Hermanos, as HMF suggests. Your pics of Mme Berard look like what we sell as Adam, which I love, but I suspect would prefer more sun. Also many of your HMs and found teas are not available here.
I love this forum but sometimes - being that I'm in Australia - it drives me mad!
Thanks in advance :)