This yellow-flowered bush rose was bought from a pound shop last year and in it's first year in the ground, even though it was very small, it produced a couple of flowers. Now in its second year it's grown substantially and is producing quite a few flowers, as well as a lot of new stems. It would be more but for me damaging a couple of buds while removing greenfly.
I know it's difficult to identify a plant when there are a lot of species and cultivars but I know also that there are a few rose enthusiasts/experts on the forum. So if anyone has any clue as to what cultivar this is I'd really appreciate it.
The flower appears with a deep yellow that gradually fades to a creamy white/yellow and then almost white before dropping its petals. it is a large flower that is unable to support itself when it reaches its full size and so has a drooping aspect.
I've included a lot of pic's showing the different stages of flower development as well as the leaves. The thorns on the stems are very small (though very sharp).