'Sheila's Perfume' has yellow flowers, edged red, with a flower form and size that would pass for a Hybrid Tea.
The weatherproof, semi double blooms are very fragrant.
They are borne singly and in clusters on strong short stems and have a good repeating cycle.
There are plenty of blooms so keep the blooms coming by dead heading regularly.
The foliage is dark semi glossy green and plentiful and very disease resistant.
This medium sized compact bush tends to spread in warm areas, and is one of the finest roses ever raised by the breeder. Beautiful flowers, lovely perfume and healthy, what more could you want from any rose. Highly recommended. Bred by an English amateur rose breeder who named this beautiful rose after his wife.
Edland Fragrance Award 1981. Royal National Rose Society Torridge Award 1991. Glasgow Silver Medal 1989. Glasgow Fragrance Award 1989.