Bears clusters of lilac-pink double blooms which cascade down their strong musky fragrance in mid-summer. Highly scented. Extremely healthy. Suitable for tree climbing. Summer flowering. Size: 9m x 9m.
Paul’s Himalayan Musk
|Rose Group||Rambler Rose|
|Date of Introduction||1916|
|Awards||RHS- Award of Garden Merit|
|Hardiness Zone||6 -what’s this?|
Shade Tolerant, Poor Soils, Attractive to Bees, Suitable for North Walls, Suitable for Walls/Fences, To Grow into a Tree, Named Rose, Good for Pergola/Arch
Full Description and brief history
The strong pliable stems have hooked thorns and are covered in slightly glossy lush green foliage.
It can be planted at the base of living trees and will cover sheds or an unsightly structure and could eventually reach about 10m.
Vigorous and hardy this giant can add a wall paper back drop to a large garden.
Its parentage is disputed between Rosa multifora and Rosa filipes.Catalogued as a foundling in 1899 by W Paul.It was given an Award of Garden Merit by the R.H.S in 1993.
PLEASE NOTE: There is no more Potted Stock available for this variety this year. Bareroot is now the earliest buying option.