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.
Shrub rose. A very healthy, vigorous dense plant almost constantly in flower. Clusters of semi-double scented blooms of pink with paler centres. Good dark green glossy foliage. Perpetual flowering. 1.2m x 1.2m.
A truly stunning rose when forming a large shrub. This modern shrub rose was introduced in 1952. It is vigorous with a good display of large single, brilliant scarlet-pinkish flowers showing prominent yellow stamens. Summer flowering. 1.8m x 1.8m.
Rose of the Year 2019 - Harkness Roses. This is a lovely compact repeat flowering climbing rose. It is very healthy and has large clusters of semi-double white blooms with a subtle spicy scent. The blooms also sport pink stames. H:2.5m. Hardy. Full sun and rich soil preferred.
Species shrub rose. Blue/grey foliage and stems; masses of single soft-pink flowers in summer and red hips in autumn. Very disease resistant. Sometimes referred to as R. rubrifolia. Europe 1830. 2.1 x 1.5m.
A superb China shrub rose, Constantly smothered in single light crimson blooms with a silky sheen, from May until the first frosts. Robust, cuttings, raised in East Anglia, supplied bare root in the autumn, containerised in spring and summer. Compact and bushy habit suitable for a container or front of border. 1-2m