Also pictured are some of my most favorite of the 40+ roses I have growing in my backyard. They are called "Heaven On Earth" and they are from Jackson and Perkins. Last year I planted three of these "bare root" beauties. I prefer planting roses bare root because you certainly get more bang for your buck as far as I am concerned.
The thing that makes them so beautiful is that they first start out this pretty coral pink after blooming. Then as the days progress they turn into a buttery yellow until finally they turn a light and delicate shade of pink. They are the only rose that I have ever seen do this. They are a "floribunda" rose which means that each stem will produce a spray of at least 4 roses and sometimes more. This means that with one cutting you can get an entire vase full of flowers. They are definitely worth the extra work involved in planting bare root but if you have the chance I suggest you give them a try. Even just one single plant will reward you with many beautiful arrangements for years to come.