Shrub rose. Large very double blooms of blush pink. Rich scent. A robust and healthy variety, introduced in 1999, that develops into a bushy well balanced shrub. Continuous, repeat flowering. Size 120 x 100 cm. Hardy
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. Very choice!
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.
Rugosa shrub rose, introduced in 1914. Large single clear pink blooms with a strong spicy fragrance. Large red round fruit. Compact growth. Good Autumn foliage. Very healthy. Perpetual, repeat flowering. 1.2m x 1.2m