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We know from experience that all of the roses listed here are amongst the very best. They all combine exceptional beauty with outstanding health and reliability. Many of these varieties also boast delicious fragrances. However, we do wish to emphasise that choosing a rose is very much down to personal taste and all of the roses featured on our website are worthy of a place in the garden.

   

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  1. R. filipes ‘Kiftsgate’

    R. filipes ‘Kiftsgate’

    Rambling Rose
    A healthy, tough and extremely vigorous rose with spreading growth. It bears masses of small, white flowers, with a strong musky fragrance, which are held in beautiful, flat-topped, cascading clusters, known as corymbs – which can sometimes be made up of hundreds of individual flowers. Each flower faces outwards, exposing a cluster of pretty yellow stamens. Flowering later than most ramblers, in June-July, the flowers are followed by an equally wonderful crop of small, oval shaped, coral-red hips. Murrell, 1964.
    £18.00 - £24.50
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  2. Paul’s Himalayan Musk

    Paul’s Himalayan Musk

    Rambling Rose
    Beautiful, little, rosette-shaped flowers are held in large, open sprays with each bloom held separately from the rest, creating a delicate, airy effect. They are a lovely pale pink colour and have a wonderfully strong musky fragrance. Although it is only once flowering, its blooms are borne in great abundance, making a magnificent display. An exceptionally tall, vigorous climber; it produces many long, slim, flexible branches which trail gracefully, hanging down elegantly from their support. Paul, 1876.
    £18.00 - £24.50
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  1. Rambling Rector

    Rambling Rector

    Rambling Rose
    Bears large heads of small, semi-double, creamy white flowers, which eventually fade to white. Each flower exhibits a cluster of pretty yellow stamens. They have a powerful musky clove scent and are produced in great abundance on strong, dense, twiggy growth. The flowers are followed by masses of small hips in the autumn.
    £18.00 - £24.50
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  2. Albéric Barbier

    Albéric Barbier

    Rambling Rose
    Pretty yellow buds open into fully double, quartered, creamy white flowers, each about 3” across, held in small clusters. It flowers in early summer and has some ability to repeat flower later in the season. The long, thin, flexible stems are easy to train. It is almost evergreen, with ample, glossy, dark green foliage. Barbier, 1860.
    £18.00 - £24.50
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  1. Félicité et Perpétue

    Félicité et Perpétue

    Rambling Rose
    Small, closely packed pompon flowers of creamy white, flushed pink at first, are held in large, slightly hanging clusters and have a delicate primrose fragrance. They are produced quite late in the season, around mid-July. Almost evergreen; it forms a dense mass of small, dark, neat foliage. Jacques, 1827.
    £18.00 - £24.50
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  2. Bobbie James

    Bobbie James

    Rambling Rose
    A giant rambler, producing exceptionally large, heavy heads of strongly fragrant, white flowers. The individual blooms are small, semi-double and cupped, with yellow stamens. They are followed by large quantities of small, oval, orange-red hips. It is very vigorous, producing long, thick stems with glossy, pale green leaves.
    £18.00 - £24.50
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  1. Wedding Day

    Wedding Day

    Rambling Rose
    A very vigorous rambler that will climb to a great height. Its single blooms are strongly fragrant and produced in large clusters, mingling beautifully with the dark, glossy foliage. The buds are apricot, opening cream then quickly turning white. Stern, 1950.
    £18.00 - £24.50
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  2. Cécile Brunner

    Cécile Brunner

    Climbing Rose
    A very tall, vigorous sport of the much-loved bush rose. Its exquisitely formed, thimble-sized Hybrid Tea buds are pale pink and sweetly fragrant. They are held singly on thin, wiry stems, although later in the season it produces open sprays of blooms. The foliage is small but particularly luxuriant and it has relatively few thorns. Hosp, 1894.
    £18.00 - £24.50
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  1. R. banksiae lutea

    R. banksiae lutea

    Rambling Rose
    Blooms well before most other roses, in April/May, bearing hanging sprays of small, double, primrose yellow flowers. The branches are thornless and the foliage highly polished. This is the most widely grown of the Banksiaes, and the hardiest, growing in more sheltered positions. It flourishes in warmer climates. There is a light scent. R.H.S., 1824.
    £24.50
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