'Lady Emma Hamilton'. Fragrant, shrubby, beautiful foliage, nasty (though small) prickles, good rebloom and Rust resistance.
'Laguna'. Not a good rebloomer, and it's huge. Nasty (and large) prickles. Prone to anthracnose here. It does put on one heck of a spring show.
'Lichfield Angel'. Superior Rust resistance, but stingy on bloom. So-so
'Lions Fairy Tale'. See 'Lichfield Angel'.
'Louise Clements'. Wonderful, but it's been in decline for a long time and I can't figure out why. Too bad.
'Lunar Mist'. Nice smaller climber with steady rebloom. No complaints! This is a yellow sport of 'Colette', and I'd like 'Colette' as well.
'Marie Daly'. Outstanding. Tiny flowers with a big, sweet fragrance.
'Marilyn Monroe'. Terrible plant (though vigorous) with, as you see, flowers of perfection. Horrific Rust. Prickles that can kill.
'Matilda'. Truly continuous blooming, but horrific Rust.
Another shot of 'Matilda':
'Medallion'. Huge billowy flowers, like 'Just Joey' but more yellow. It's difficult to find a healthy specimen. Skip it unless you get it virus-indexed.
'Mrs. B. R. Cant'. Old garden Tea rose, gets huge, will charm the pants off you.
'Molineux'. All around outstanding, except it smells like dirty gym socks. Get it, just don't sniff it.
'Moon Dance'. My specimen is simply not healthy. I've seen far better copies thriving in other gardens. Rusts.
'Moonstone'. Big, strong, vigorous, no fragrance, terrible rust, split centers.
'Munstead Wood'. The sole flower it's produced: