WOO HOO! Beats me what they are but they rooted and the stems are green and the buds are swelling!
I'm pretty sure some are R. Gallica. One is a pink climber with sprays of 8-12 flowers on canes about 8'. She grows on a number of abandoned fences and along the roads in my county. Blooms once.
I used styro cups filled with 1/2 perlite and 1/2 spaugnum moss. Dipped the cuttings in Dip N Grow. Covered them loosely with an upsidedown zip baggie, inside my house in a north facing window that got about 2 hours of early morning light. Planted on May 30. I just carefully upended two, gently squeezed the sides to loosen the plants(!!), dropped regular potting soil in the bottom of the cups, put the rooted cuttings back in and pulled the dirt off of the top inch of the stem. YES! and they are NOT Dr. Huey! They probably are some of the hardiest roses around.
I'm sure I killed 70 cuttings so far this year. But - I'm getting better.
This is a hybrid method using advice from Connie at Hartwood Roses and Kim . . . and IT WORKED!