Flowering in a profusion of dainty blooms held in large trusses, these roses are reminiscent of cherry and apple blossoms. Creating a spectacular show of bountiful blooms, their laden boughs will delight each summer, long after the cherry blossom has faded away.
Creating quite the show, his abundant soft yellow blooms, though small, are held in delightful medium-large clusters. The buds open to fully double flowers, packed with petals which pale gently over time. Their fresh primrose colouring makes for a glorious effect when displayed against a contrasting backdrop.
He has a light to medium musky fragrance which complements the softness of the blooms beautifully.
BEHIND HIS NAME
Named after the beautiful range of Shropshire Hills not far south of the David Austin Roses nursery. Designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Malvern Hills have been a source of inspiration for many, including composer, Sir Edward Elgar, and authors W.H. Auden and J.R.R. Tolkien.
HOW TO USE HIM
Especially healthy, he has attractive polished foliage and few thorns, making him particularly suitable for covering a pergola. His slender growth makes him ideal for training over larger arches or growing along tall walls and fences. Performing equally well in shadier areas, his eye-catching display of yellow blooms are stunning against the front of buildings and brickwork, whilst radiant rose hips create interest and texture through the autumn.
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