Climbing form of this classic rose. Clusters of pure white semi- double blooms with light green foliage. Robust and healthy. Good pillar rose. repeat flowering, and gives a magnificent display from June-October. Size:3.6m x 2.4m.
Gallica climbing rose. A vigorous rose, bearing a good quantity of large single, pink flowers with white centres. Slight scent. Very healthy, growing on even the poorest soils. Summer flowering 2.4m x 2m.
Rambling rose, introduced in 1920. This very pretty rose has distinguished clusters of small double mid-pink blooms on a useful pliable rambler, so excellent for training around an arbor for example. Apple-scented. Healthy. Summer flowering until late on in the season. 3.5m x 3m.
Fascination is a floribunda - a bushy shrub rose which is fairly compact up to 75cm tall. The foliage is dark and glossy and is a good foil for the cupped light pink slightly fragrant blooms (6cm across). The rose flowers throughout the summer into the autumn. H: 75cm. Full sun. Rich moist but well drained soil. Hardy.
Climbing noisette rose. Introduced in 1879. Beautiful cupped blooms of creamy white throughout the season. Light, disease-resistant foliage and very few thorns. Good scent. Shade tolerant, and thus ideal for a north wall. Perpetual, repeat flowering. 3.6m x 3.0m.