Blood red modern climbing rose, excellent for temperate climates. Uniformly red, single flowers (10cm) with dark stamens occur on clusters on long stems. Almost constant, repeat flowering. Little scent but large orange hips. Dark green, healthy leaves. 3m x 2m.
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.
Shrub or climbing rose, raised by David Austin and introduced in 1961. Large globular full blooms of clear pink with a fantastic fragrance. Lax growth requires support or tied into to make an excellent climber or pillar rose. Summer flowering. H+S: 3mx2m.
Climbing rose, introduced in 1927. Wonderful dark pointed and polished dark foliage; a perfect foil to the large single white blooms. Healthy and vigorous. Prefers a sheltered position. Summer flowering. 9m x 6m. Almost evergreen.