NEW ROSES FOR 2012
A beautiful old rambler that seems to have been popular for ever.
The bright salmon pink blooms appear in clusters over quite a long flowering period in the summer.
The blooms are a deeper pink in the centre with a yellow base.
Not for the small garden or the faint hearted as it can easily reach 25ft (8m) when mature.
Upright vigorous growth with shiny dark green leaves which are tinged with bronze green at the edges.
The late Jack Harkness described this rose as one of the most beautiful of the wichuraiana hybrids.
A very versatile rose as it will tolerate shade, poor soil, will grow on a North wall, and is a excellent rose for rambling up trees.
A pleasant fragrance which is reminiscent of apples.
Often confused with 'Albertine'
Bred in France 1906
Royal Horticultural Society Award Of Garden Merit.1993
AVAILABLE FROM NOVEMBER 2011
Details of all our roses are available on our web site.
Over 1000 varieties to choose from.