I'm sorry, I did not mean to tease!
I mean to suggest that you consider checking locally --you might find something incredible at a similar type plant sale in your area, or drive a little further and see what they have next door.
I believe that rose I got was a start donated by someone local rather than grown by the arboretum but I really don't know. It had a hand written tag and the human who sold it to me was exuberant about its greatness and told me to give it a lot of room. (I had a lot of room on the farm so that was no problem
it got about 6'x10')
You can contact them and find out when the annual plant sale is (always in the spring sometime)
Porkpal--I did not have a camera back then. Trust me, if I had anything decent in the way of photos I would have included them!
My mother has an actual 3x5 print of it in full bloom next to her motorhome, but I don't.
I have garbage pics, but here is what I dug up:
Cropped out of the edge of a pic of the house in late winter--can see the red canes of part of it in lower left
And in early spring
it is the shrub behind the blue car
the other circle in the pic at the windmill in front of the Quonset is William Baffin--just leafing out--and also a nice, hardy rose for the frozen north
(you can see the elms there just making their vile seed packets and that little splash of orange by the car is tulips--so this was early spring and you can see what a champ that rose was about to be anyway. Sorry I don't have anything better)