A.k.a. Thoresbyana. Thought to be a double form of Rosa arvensis. Clusters of small,double white blooms with prominent yellow stamens. A prolific summer flowerer. Vigorous growth. There is a fantastic specimen adorning the pergola in The R.N.R.S. gardens, St.Albans. Size 6m x 4m.
|Rose Group||Rambler Rose|
|Date of Introduction||1840|
|Hardiness Zone||5 -what’s this?|
Shade Tolerant, Poor Soils, Attractive to Bees, Suitable for North Walls, Suitable for Walls/Fences, Suitable for Arches/Pergolas, To Grow into a Tree
PLEASE NOTE: There is no more Potted Stock available for this variety this year. Bareroot is now the earliest buying option.