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
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.
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..
Max Graf is a procumben rose, covering approximately 1.8m and reaching a height of 90cm. The single flowers are a lovely brick red, with white centres and repeat well. There is little or no scent. Very useful for ground cover in a warm spot. H:90cm. Hardy.
Large hybrid musk shrub rose, introduced in 1913. Fantastic rose with wonderful brown stems and dark green leaves providing the perfect background for the semi-double white flowers with golden stamens. Very sweet scent. Perpetual, repeat flowering. 2.5m x 1.5m.