Thanks for all these suggestions! You are so kind.
After looking over all of them on HMF, I'm now interested in Snowbird, Pope John Paul II, and Tineke.
I'm especially attracted by Snowbird, which grows in a different way, like a "mounded HT", more bushy than a typical HT. So fascinating. I like it. Thank you Jeri. I'm going to email Burling to see if she has Snowbird and Tineke.
And Seil, I do love Moonstone, but it seems to be more pink to me. I'm wondering how its descendance Sugar Moon does. Reports say it is great. So does Secret's Out!, a descendance of Secret. Could anyone who has them share your opinion?
I believe others are great, but they may not grow well in my harsh micro-climate. Though my around 100 roses are planted in controllable pot environment, the prevalence rates are still pretty high: over 90% PM , over 50% BS, and some rust. Maybe it's caused by too much rain this year. We had about one dozen rainy days during July and August, which is insane to compare with "0 day" last year. Besides, we have occasionally strong wind, which made two of my neighbors' fence blown away in two years. Anyway, growing roses is so noval, creative, and unpredictable, to let me enjoy my retirement. For roses, It's almost like a survival game. Only the winners stay. According to my DH, this is a good thing because we won't have too many roses. However, I can always do homework and ask experienced rose growers like you to get more.