This past spring (February) I moved into a house (zone 5 A/B) that already had some roses planted from the previous owner. From my limited rose experience, I've managed to prune off old flowers and keep them continuously blooming for the past 3-4 months, as well as ward off attack from aphids and sawfly larvae (the rust (I think) got the better of my tea rose though).
I've been able to identify what 2 of the 3 are: a creeper with white/pink flower bundles, and a pink tea variety. However, I have this 3rd kind which I have no idea what it is. It is now over 6 feet tall with several stems exceding the thickness of an inch in diameter. The flowers are about 4 inches in diameter when fully opened and are a mixture of bright pink and yellow (those in the shade seem to be more yellow and less pink). And even now, I have new rose buds making appearances on a near daily occurence.
I have included pictures. I would greatly appreciate an identification of this 3rd rose. I ask because I am trying to figure out what to do with them before the winter comes. Though I am not sure, I believe that the previous owners cut the stalks/stems back to approximately 2 feet in height in the Fall of 2009, because there was no way these bushes were as big as they now when I moved here and started care for them in April.
Any help that can be provided will be greatly appreciated.