I'll start off the Ts with Tattooed Lady.
Oh, seil, I love Tucson Sun and Trump Card--got a real weakness for yellow at the base or on the reverse of a petal.
Myself, I've been left behind in the dust. Not a "T" to my name--well, except the THE Pilgrim which was new last summer and bloomed once (so pretty)--and I never got around to taking its picture. Shame on me! That'll teach me!
Although, now that I think of it, Austin call Mayflower THE Mayflower--so what if I posted it already under "M".
Just a minute while I find a pic of THE Mayflower (Austin). Here's one I haven't shown before--the whole bush.
And look what else popped up: THE Fairy (polyantha)--which refers to both the rose and the statue.
Well, thank goodness for little things--like the word "the"--which let me go on playing the alphabet game! : )
Wonderful "T" time!!!
Seil, Kate, love your photos!
Tuscan Sun, Trump Card, Teddy Bear, The Mayflower! Beauties!
Love BOTH fairies! :)
Here are my two cents:
Tess of the D'Urbervilles
The Alexandra Rose
The Alnwick Rose
The Generous Gardener
The Ingenious Mr. Fairchild
The Wedgewood Rose
The Wife of Bath
Tricolore de Flandre
Love all those purples, as usual, marina, and thanks for posting The Pilgrim since that is the one I failed to get a picture of. And The Wedgewood--that one will be coming in the spring order.
My most favs out of this batch are Tess and her color-coordinated friend and Endeavor--beauties! But then, so are many others in the group.
Kate, your "The's" are most welcome and I love both your fairies!
Marina, The Alexandra Rose stole my heart!
Kate, you made me laugh! Using your "The's" was cute and then Marina followed with so *many* similarly titled. My favorite so far is "The Nun." That's the best photo of it that I've seen and very tempting.
Here are my few:
Tabris (Probably Hannah Gordon, but sold to me as Tabris.)
Tigress (tried and tried to keep this rose going for sentimental reasons, but it hated being in my garden.)
and Therese Bugnet:
Annececilia, OMG! Your Tamora is stunning!
The color, the bloom form, the sheer amount of blooms!... Real treasure.
Anne--I second marina's statement. Tamora is sooooooo gorgeous!
Beauties all, but I really like TRUMP CARD, THE ENDEAVOR (mine died), THE REEVE (I think also died), and TENNESSEE SUNRISE.
Here's some of mine.....
THE MCCARTNEY ROSE
THE COLWYN ROSE
I have just a few T roses which I'll post now. Then I want to make a few comments on the many beautiful roses posted above. Credit goes to my granddaughter Clare for the photography. Diane
There are lots of nice pictures here. I'll throw in a few of mine. First is Tropical Amazone.
Next is The Herbalist.
Next is a nice bloom on Trump Card.
An oldie but goodie, Tropicana.
And lastly, this eye-popping one on Twice in a Blue Moon.
I hope you like these.
So many tremendous Ts to see. I loved your cute Teddy Bear, seil, he looks just like his name, and your photo of Tuscan Sun is perfection.
Kate, THE Mayflower is a good looking shrub, and I love the yellow bloom machine in front of it.
Tea Clipper is exquisite, Marina, as is Tess. The Endeavour's wonderful coloring is so like a painting. The Impressionist is my favorite of this group, I think, for that petal packed bloom with the glorious color. Love that fuzzy bee sampling Therese Bugnet. The deep purple of Tuscany Superb is truly superb.
annececilia, the wavy petaled and unusual coloring make Tabris a standout. I love your photo of Tamora--so many gorgeous blooms. I'm a little jealous cause my Tamora gets too much shade and doesn't bloom like yours.
Beth, Truly Yours looks just like porcelain, and I love that neat colored petal edge of Tabasco. Tom Brown, that beauty, needs a more feminine name, but it's still my favorite in this group of yours.
Thanks for posting these lovely Ts, everyone. You should see the long list of roses I'm checking out on HMF--such fun! Diane
Bustopher, I keep missing your posts of all those wonderful roses. Once in a Blue Moon is indeed eye popping, and your big Herbalist is impressive, too. thanks for posting. Diane
bustopher--I like your Trump Card also, but for absolutely perfected form and color, tropicana and Twice in a Blue Moon are absolutely wonderful!
Several of you have great purple roses. Nanadoll, I get lost in the dark moody depths of Twilight Zone.
I seem to be really noticing shape and color today. Beth, your Troika and Truly Yours have those cool shapes combined with interesting colors. But then frilly McCartney Rose is an eye-catcher also.
I don't come to this forum for a day and I miss all the "T" s :)
Here are some of my favs:
Bustohpher--love The Herbalist! I don't think I've eve seen a full bush shot of it. It really shows off the color variations.
Nanadoll--Tamora is beatiful! I can look past her thorns because I love her blooms!
Beth--Adore Tempie Lee and Tipu's Flame! I almost ordered Tipu's Flame from RVR and now I don't know why I decided on something else...lovely petals!
AnnaCecilia---I hate to say it, but I think I really like Tigress! What was it that you didn't like about it? And you pic of Tamora is lovely too!
Marina--Treasure Trail is stunning! One I'll definitly add one of these days. I also never noticed that The Wedgewood Rose has frilly petals before...I think I like it!!!!
Kate--I love that you planted The Fairy with a fairy! Too cute...I'll have to get a fairy to put next to my Fairy :)
Seil--I really like Teddy Bear! Just the name alone makes you love it haha!
The Nun (one of my fav Austins!!! Although, there's about 20 favoites)
Texas (although, the more I look at it, it may be First Impression and I mislabeled the pic)
Tammy--love your Twilight Zone and The Nun also. Whatever the yellow is, it is bright and cheerful--I like it!
Glad you got here--late is better than never, after all!
Anne, Hannah Gordon is just an AKA for Tabris so you can call it what ever you like! I do the same thing and always call them by the name I got them under. What ever the name it's lovely as are all your roses.
Beth, love that Troika and the wild and crazy Tipu's Flame!
Thanks, Nana! Love the deep color on your The Prince! Teddy Bear is a very small mini, only about a foot square, so you could tuck it in anywhere!
Bustopher, how does your Trump Card do for you? Love that Twice in a Blue Moon!
Tammy, Texas, or whatever, is YUMMY!
My Trump Card hasn't been all that productive. I had to move it from its location to another spot in the yard. Hopefully it will settle in and do a little better. It is pretty, but it hasn't done much.
Mine did better this past season, it's third, but it was slow to start so give it some time. I had some really nice flushes last year but the form was off I felt.
with Larkspurs, Nigella and Lavender
Rosa, 'Tiffany' and dark blue Larkspurs
Such a pretty pair!
'Tiffany' - close-up
Tiffany makes big, fat bloom buds, which I like.
Big fat buds become fig fat blooms....4 -5 inch blooms.
Oh, Annie, your Tiffany is beautiful! Especially with those blue delphiniums!!
Wow, these pics are so wonderful! Thanks, everyone, for sharing.
The 'Tattooed Lady' looks almost like a Poinsettia! That's amazing!
Love"The Mayflower". Love all the 'blousy' roses like her the best.
Does she have a good fragrance?
"Twilight Zone" is out of this world! (lol)
I love all the "The" roses XXX (swooning...)
My LIST keeps growing!!!
Bankruptsy is just around the corner for me! - Zooks!
The Shepherdess is beautiful, Krista!
Annie, Tattooed Lady is pretty but a very weak grower.
Thank you, Seil.
SweetAnnie, The Mayflower does have wonderful Old Rose type scent. (Your Tiffany resembles Perfume Delight to my eye...)