Just received from Green E roses, in excellent condition. This one appears to have been propagated by Swane's, who are just down the road from Green E, as it bears a Swane's tag.
It's on Dr. Huey stock. I would have preferred multifora, but that wasn't available. Since I have the parent, New Zealand, establishing in the same bed this will provide an interesting test case. I'll be able to compare the growth and disease resistance of the same basic genes on two different rootstocks in the local soil.
I will probably end up also trying both cultivars on their own roots, once they have put on sufficient growth to allow taking useful cuttings.