One the roses that came to me through the mail, known from the source as 'The Chicken Rose' is about to be re-introduced as 'Grandma's Yellow Rose' -- I like the old names better.
It's looking good in the greenhouse. I've already dug a hole at its destination, just waiting to make sure the weather is fit before I re-dig and plant. Its companions will be mostly more yellow roses, daffodils for the off season, yellow daylilies and something blue or purple; spiderwort on the west end surrounding a piece of yellow variegated euonymous that spent the winter rooted, in a pot.
The non-plant feature will be what I always think of as 'the chicken rock' which to me looks like the head of a baby chick. From the other direction, it looks like the head of a native American in full war bonnet. Maybe you have to squint.
You can see the rose here at TAMU: Nacogdoches Rose and Monarch Butterfly