Tea (NOT hybrid tea) and noisette roses grow well in Hawaii. These are "Old Garden" roses from warm climates originally, not from temperate climates. They tend to be resistant to black spot. Their blooms are usually medium sized. They bloom off and on all year. They like full sun (maybe a little shade in very hot and dry areas) and need some water and fertilizer to keep blooming. Grafted roses from the local garden centers tend to rot. I order own-root roses from the internet (Vintage Gardens and Rogue Valley Roses). They require virtually no spraying or pruning. Some get quite tall (8-12' or more). In some areas, the Japanese beetles or slugs will kill roses.