'Old Port': very nice rose, if you can find it.
'Peace': If you can find a truly healthy specimen, it's worth the trouble.
'Perdita': excellent Rust resistance, good repeat, stays compact. An under rated older Austin despite little fragrance.
'Petal Pusher': a purported "groundcover" rose by the now defunct J&P, no fragrance, but very clean foliage.
'Peter Mayle': big plant, big flower, big fragrance!
'Pink Gruss an Aachen' aka 'Irene Watts': one of my very favorites. Flawless here.
Flawless! Have you noticed any previous roses in all these posts I've called "flawless"? This is it.
'Pope John Paul II': beautiful, fragrant, weak stems for me--I think it's not getting enough direct sun.
'Precious Dream': small, prickly Ralph Moore rose. Likes heat.
'Prospero': slow to get going but worth the wait. Does not recover easily from pruning.
'Pure Poetry': all around good performer, but not much fragrance.
'Purple Splash': good so far. This year (its third) is "leap" year, so we'll see if it leaps or not.
If you are enjoying winter rose surveys, Helene has blogged about her beautiful roses
here (link). Enjoy! If you are doing a rose survey on your blog, please mention it in a comment and I'll bring attention to it via a link. Let us make our winter as rosy as possible.