We have over 130 roses and only a few of them have nursery tags. I'd love to learn more about them so any help identifying them would be greatly appreciated. There are some real lovelies here! Picture #1 was taken in April but I'm not sure it's actually a rose as it has no thorns. It's a tall narrow plant about 6' tall and the leaves seem like they might be evergreen. #2 smells heavenly (actually, they all do!). It's a tall shrub about 6' #3's canes look fuzzy but the thorns are quite long, thin, and razor sharp. Handle with care! The petals are crinkled like tissue paper. The plant/shrub is about 7' tall. #4 just bloomed in the last couple of days. The plant is about 5-6 feet tall. I noticed the red bloom in #5 had opened when I got home from work last night. It's a long stemmed beauty as pretty as any you'd see in a florist's bouquet. The plant is about 7' tall. #6 is a small rose...no more than 2" on a vine-like plant that's about 10' tall. #7, 8, & 9 are from the same plant. The bud looks like it was dipped in white paint but when the rose opens it's a nice bright pink. I almost thought it was some kind of disease! It's a small plant...no more than 12" - 14". It's currently being hidden by one of my mystery plants. I think #10 is the same as #2...I'll have to look tomorrow to get more info on it. I'm hoping to get these all identified and tagged so I don't have to rely on my memory! I know I haven't got anything in the pictures for size reference...I'll try to take some more pictures with a ruler tomorrow :) Thanks again!