Salt tolerant rose question
First off...I don't wander over here very often, but thought this might be the place to ask this question. I know you are all ready to tell me that roses do not tolerate salt...but this one may be the exception.
I was given cuttings from a rose that was found within sight of the Gulf coast beach south of Houston. This rose would have been subject to storm surges at best. It is now blooming for me with no sign of disease (so far), and I am told there was none on the original bush. Here's the kicker...it's a canary yellow rose whose outer petals fade to white. I understand that yellow roses are disease prone. I have not seem the original bush, so don't know how big it will get. It blooms singly and in groups of 3 to 4...(spent blooms were left on cuttings). Leaves are shiney, and petal count is 17 to 18. Plant is too young to know if there will be scent.
Could anyone hazard a guess about the identy of this rose? I hope to have one to keep in the greenhouse and one to plant in garden to test hardiness this winter.