From 1830 in France the blooms of this variety are strikingly beautiful with deeper pink veins running through each petal creating an attractive quality to be treasured.
Originally from an unknown breeder in China some time before 1811. This is a large plant that blooms once a year. The generous number of flowers are a soft pink. This would be an excellent addition at the rear or side of a garden.
A sport of Old Blush found about 1752. This variety does not bloom as frequently as Old Blush. mainly showing a Spring flush and repeating in the Fall. Color deepens with age.
Bred in France prior to 1828 this is a "climbing China" in that it will send out long stems at certain times of the year. The flowers on these stems are generally well supported.
This rose is one of unknown origin having been introduced under this name in 1980 by Peter Beales Roses. It is a very prolific once bloomer.
From France in 1879 this is a sport of Hermosa in a climbing form. The light pink color has a characteristic that allows it steal your attention.