Most of the flowers were battered by the weather and I felt bad taking pictures of them. But some seemed completely resistant to the elements.
The hands-down winner, in my book, was Madame Antoine Mari:
The spring-blooming climber "Alchymist":
The China "Louis Philippe" in part-shade. This rose seems to deal better with shade than any others I've seen so far in Texas:
Huge bushes of "Monsieur Tillier":
For scale purposes, a bloom of Monsieur Tillier against my hand. I'd seen this rose the fall previously at the Austin Botanical Gardens, and then the flowers were maybe half this size (and I was still dwarfed by the giant bushes):
"Rosette Delizy," a Tea, looking a bit battered, but with colors as vivid as ever:
For my edumanication, a lesson in how to use pillar ties by the Antique Rose Emporium: simple twine, nothing fancy: