We grow many of the same plants in vastly different soils: gaillardia, Laura Bush petunia, gaillardia, Vitex, lantana, gomphrena. Is your yellow rose the one known as 'Grandma's Yellow Rose -- used to be Nacadotches (sp.)? I found that most of the TAMU plants recommended for all of Texas will grow in south Georgia, too. That's how I discovered Pride of Barbados and Tecoma stans.
I started this rose from a cutting I got when taking a class on rose propagation and lost the label, sorry.This is the rose's second season and the blooms have been gorgeous.I love starting plants from seed and cuttings but my success rate for cuttings is very low.