ROSE OF THE WEEK
PAUL'S HIMALAYAN MUSK
Rambling Rose 1916. 25ft
One of the most widely grown once flowering ramblers in the world. It is extremely popular for its vigour and ease of cultivation and is certainly our favourite rambling rose. A very rampant rambler with huge drooping clusters of double lilac small pink flowers which is an amazing sight in full bloom.
Plant under a tall tree and it will find its way up within a few years and cascade out over the branches in a most eye catching way.
An under rated rambler which should be more widely known as it is very easy to grow, is a great colour, and has a superb musk perfume.
Very versatile as it is an ideal choice for scrambling up trees. It will cope with a North wall aspect and shade, plus poorer soils.
Only summer flowering but well worth a place in any rose lovers garden for the few weeks of pure pleasure.
Sea green leaves with good disease resistance.
Royal Horticultural Society Award Of Garden Merit. 1993 Bred by George Paul Jnr, UK
Also known as Paul’s Tree Climber.
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