This is the last post on our tour of the roses and they follow the fence line along the north end of the property. The planting is not at all creative but together these roses make a very nice display and add some privacy to the backyard. The fence makes a good support for the climbers and lax growers in the bunch. I am beginning with my unabashed advocacy for Twister. I think Twister is overlooked and under grown. As it begins its third year Twister has grown as tall as or taller than the four foot tall chain link fence. This Ralph Moore creation is classified as a climbing miniature and it certainly fits this category, but it also grows well as a stand alone shrub where its growth spreads nicely. Its flowers are also very full old fashion formed, very fragrant, and open flat to 2 1/2" wide. Once they start blooming in the spring, there will not be a day until November that I cannot go out and take a couple of flowers for a vase.