Roses in the shade? Top choices include old roses, such as many of the David Austin varieties, Sophys Rose, L.D. Brathwaite and Christopher Marlowe are great picks. Our fav is a floribunda rose called Our Lady of Guadalupe… a pink rose that blooms abundantly on a smaller bush that is disease resistant. Hardy to zone 6, great for containers, fragrant and gorgeous at that!
'Cherry Lady (hybrid tea, Kordes, 2002/12)' , available from Edmund roses and Chamblee Rose Nursery--Another must have rose. It's beautiful and too much of a coincidence since I student taught in Fiji. (Hybrid Tea, 4X3, Kordes)
Pink Pussy Cat (Layered Shot) from Food.com: This is a very naughty drink. It tastes like strawberry ice cream chupa chups to me! (Lolly pops, not as popular in America as Australia and the UK. They are DELISH tho, even adults love them cause they taste like real ice cream and or fruit.) Be very careful gals and guys, cause they aren't very strong, but they go down VERY well. Quite sweet.