Rosa 'Blush Rambler'

She may sound like she hangs about a J D Wetherspoons on a Friday night, but she is in reality a class act, elegantly twisting her way around the sturdy tripod support in the Rose Garden. The golden cluster of anthers is surrounded by beautiful ruffled petals in an embarrassed pink fading to ivory porcelain white.
We struggle to grow some hybrid roses well here on the very free-draining river gravels - if only we had a seam of clay - but this rambler flowers through the summer with the flowers held in dense clusters on healthy green foliage.

For more about the Rose Garden and how it traces the complex ancestry of the modern rose, follow the link to the left.

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