No, I dont in this house, or the last even though I love roses.
I especially love those old ones that have a delightful scent and while I like the actual flower, I do not particularly like the looks of a rose bush.
However, if I had a big yard, I would have a few roses or perhaps a few standard ones as I like the looks of these bushes more than the ordinary rose.
Yes! They are beautiful. I can't take any credit for them as they are my mother-in-law's. They were taken from her mother's house. They smell lovely, and we often cut some and bring them into the house. Really brightens up the place.
Yes. We have a few. Roses are my favorite flower. The scent is heavenly, and there are so many different shades to choose from. We always have roses in vases throughout the house. I just love fresh flowers.
I have a few rose bushes in a cottage garden area. Like Finy,I love the flower and its perfume but don't particularly like the look of the bush. My cottage garden is a little wild looking so they grow amongst other wildish flowering shrubs.
Ive a lot of rose bushes. Dug out the clay with a mattock and planted them myself. One of my originals is called "Old Gold" and the head is like a small cabbage when it flowers. These roses were planted in the early 70's and I've only replaced 2 and bought 1 new one. The most disappointing one was "Blue Moon" which was a lovely mauve for years then looked nothing like it was originally so pulled it out and replaced it with another of the same name but it was not like my original one in colour either. I've different colours and the garden looks a picture when they flower, some are out now but others have been pruned.
No, we don't have any roses, but I am able to pick them from my brother-in-laws 2 rose bushes, when we are down there putting out his green bins, after my father-in-law has done the mowing. 1 is pale yellow, & the other is a lovely strong smelling dark red 1. I like that 1 the best! (My b/in/l passed away 7 months ago, but the house hasn't been put up for sale as yet, but when it is, it will be pulled down for units.)