Got to keep those bees happy!
I don't think I ever bought Austins from Palatine, but I think I included a Summer Song for Sue in one of my Palatine orders. I think it's growing well. Austin roses usually are available at a dozen local nurseries now, so my mail-order Austins came from Wayside a long time ago. I also ordered some from Pickering and Hortico, with mixed results.
The more I look at this mislabeled rose from Rogue Valley, the less irritated I am at having three of them. They brighten up a slope that's full of daffodils and bleeding hearts in spring and full of dead and dying foliage afterward. I only wish I could identify it.
These have been identified since I wrote this post. The first one is Prairie Flower.
Here's another mislabeled rose from Rogue Valley. It has canes arching 10-15 feet and a medium-sized bloom, no more than 2-3 inches across. I rarely see the blooms because it balls badly in wet weather and in hot weather. Unfortunately, the buds start opening during our rainy season in late March and a couple of times again during heat waves in summer. This time the weather cooled down briefly when the buds were opening, so I have a few blooms. It's similar to E. Veyrat Hermanos in its habit and in its regrettable tendency to ball, so it might be a climbing tea. It only has half the petals of E. Veyrat Hermanos, however, so that's where the similarity ends.
This one is Leontine Gervais.