Thinking of the warmth of yellow roses on a cold winter's night.
Guess this one is really not that yellow!
This post was edited by Sara-Ann on Wed, Feb 5, 14 at 21:22
ST. PATRICK WITH OLYMPIAD
Would love to see your yellow roses.
Yellow is my very favorite color in roses and yours are all beauties!!! Especially loving that pic of St Patrick with Olympiad and your Midas Touch. No time to upload any pics tonite but will post some tomorrow.
South Africa is an outstanding rose in my garden. I just love this rose. Lesley
Here are a few of mine:
ESPECIALLY FOR YOU
WALKING ON SUNSHINE
Pat, I'm waiting with anticipation to see your yellow roses! Lesley - Love seeing your South Africa, it is a beautiful rose. I love your full bush shot of that one. Beth - You have some beauties. Love your Mellow Yellow and Gina L. Desert Peace and Tivoli Gardens are gorgeous. Thanks everyone.
Seems like I can have all kinds of roses blooming, every color you can think of and if the yellow ones are in bloom they are the roses everyone flocks to. Almost everyone likes yellow roses, that's been my experience anyway.
This may take awhile--I'm looking for some yellow pics I haven't shown much on this forum.
Elina (grandiflora)--lovely pale yellow, disease-resistant
Well Being (Harkness shrub)--starts out red trimmed around the edges, then become all yellow as it matures.
Golden Showers climber
Sweet Diana -- good mini, quite floriferous and disease-resistant
Here's one of the prettiest yellows in existence--Austin's Happy Child.
I have some other yellows, but some of you have already posted pics of them or I have posted them too often in recent weeks. Hope this selection gives you some less well-known ones to think about.
Lovely yellows, everyone. Kate - Happy Child is simply lovely!
Here's Molineux from January plonked into a small vase with Princess Alexandra of Kent on the left and two blooms of Young Lycidas on the right.
Golden Celebration....a real beauty, but no longer in my garden. A black spot magnet,unfortunately. Lesley
Oh wow, I love yellow roses. I want all of them! I'm going to have to hunt through my pics to find something to add.
edited to add- I just posted Halloween & Edith Schurr in the alphabet threads, but this one hasn't been posted yet..
Mrs. Pierre S. Dupont
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Mrs Dudley Cross
And the shocking moderns..
Eternal Flame (LOVE this one!)
First Impression- This one was a waxed cane bareroot and it croaked on me. Canes turned black and the whole thing dried up. Bummer.
As a toddler couldn't say Yellow always came out Lellow. Family still calls it that, lol!
One I do NOT recommend unless you Never get powdery mildew New Day
One I unfortunately lost to the rabbits Rise n Shine
EveryoneÃ¢ÂÂs pictures are so cheerful lookingÃ¢ÂÂ¦yellow roses always make me smile. A realtor friend once told me if you want to sell your house quickly to plant yellow flowers out frontÃ¢ÂÂ¦that yellow sticks in buyers' minds, and at the end of the day, people always remember the house with the yellow flowers. I definitely believe that to be true.
Eternal Flame (would grow this one for its fragrance alone)
Easy Going (fades from apricot yellow to buff yellow)
White Licorice (pastel yellow fading to white over time)
And, of course, Julia Child:
And a few blends having very yellow moments
Love & Peace
Strike it Rich
Everyone has so many wonderful yellows, I don't know where to begin. I always love Julia Child, a lovely rose. I agree that the Austin, Happy Child is beautiful. Kate, Jo, Brittie, Pat and Seil, you all have some gorgeous ones. For some reason during the past season, my Peace roses never were that yellow. The one pictured shows more yellow than most of them did.
This post was edited by Sara-Ann on Thu, Feb 6, 14 at 13:28
Sara Ann - I love that colour combo of St Patrick with Olympiad!
Lesley - I've read a lot of great stuff about South Africa and nothing bad... may have to try it!
Seil - You ought to publish that pic of Golden Wings!
Julia Child is my only yellow... so far!
Beautiful shot of Love & Peace, Pat!