Here you will be able to find out what makes your rose leaves look funny, and what’s eating those blossoms. Check back for more info added soon.
Rust and Blackspot
Bristly Rose Slugs
Photos again thanks to Carole. They might be small but these Bristly Rose Slugs (sawfly larvae) can do some serious damage to a rose in a short amount of time. Control for these little buggers include hand removal, neem oil or insecticidal soaps. See below for some links to more info.
I guess living in our cool climate does not make us immune to these very destructive pests. Not classified as established here yet, but they’ve been spotted in local gardens.