From 1949 this rose is a variety that produces large blooms, up to 5 inches. The blooms are very full. Although a climber she may be grown as a shrub or pillar.
Bred in 1935 this single petaled rose offers a stunning contrast in color between the dark stamens and the soft yellow petals. The blooms form in clusters and the petals fade to a white blend with age. Classed as a climber this variety may also be trained on a pillar.
From Italian breeder Michele Malandrone this 1958 introduction is known for a deep velvety look and intense fragrance.
This sport of Mme Caroline Testout was discovered in France in 1901. It may be grown as a pillar or on an arbor. Frequent blooming.
Discovered in 1922, a sport of Mrs Herbert Stevens, this rose has pure white flowers with a tea fragrance.