another fella looking for help to find its lost name :) but not the charms!
Do you have any idea when the previous owner may have planted these? An approximate age could help with the ID. If they've been there since the 80s or 90s then we'll know they can't be new releases.
no idea when did they plant them n i missed out to ask them back then. they were quite an old couple who moved up north (york) and never heard from them again. a few of them(not listed here) have quite thick n woody stem bottom showing they are quite mature n well settled roses for sometime. Amongst the named ones, I have got 'arthur bell' , 'glamis castle' , "English Miss' , 'Lavina' and 'teasing georgia'.