Clear fall colors
I haven't been doing much in the garden lately and half of it is in shade at this time of year, anyway. Still, those that keep blooming have clear crisp colors in the fall light. Here are a few I have that are still producing:
Hot Tamale, a mini, I moved from the shade in spring to a prime spot. It is still getting established. Cut and put in tiny vases, it has lots of scent.
Snowbird is the absolute best in early spring and fall. I will be rooting cuttings of it this winter in hopes of getting a more vigorous bush.
Sultry has never been a vigorous bush for me but I love its colors.
Pure Poetry has good color now.
Sharon's Delight--an everyday bloomer.
Black Magic blooms on skinny long canes on a skinny tall bush. It takes the heat well.
Honey Dijon is muted in partial shade.
Jean Giono, my dahlia rose.
Ingrid Bergman, best red, best bush, best rose ever.
Symphony (who I keep calling English Garden) is my favorite Austin, stays small as a bush, always has blooms that look like this, no disease ever.
Thanks for looking at the limited selection of roses that grow in my small California garden!