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.
Margaret Merril is a superb floribunda, shrub rose. The double flowers are a lovely creamy-white, shapely and highly fragrant and repeat well throughout the summer. The foliage is very healthy and dark and is a good foil to the flowers. Good cut flower. H:75cm. Hardy. Full sun preferred..
Climbing rose, introduced in 1930. A repeat flowering sport of the rambler Dr. Van Fleet. Silvery pink full blooms singly and in clusters. Heavily scented. Healthy glossy foliage. Repeat flowering. 3m x 2.4m.
Very fine shrub rose, introduced from China in 1932. Attractive dark green-reddish foliage and red stems. Prolific single flowers variable in colour through honey yellow, orange and pinky red. Significantly shade tolerant. Continuous repeat flowering. Surprisingly rare in UK horticulture. 2.5m x 2m.