Bred by Alister Clark in 1911, a vigorous climber which flowers through spring to summer. The large soft pink blooms with a paler reverse are very double with ruffled petals, so typical of old fashioned roses of Victorian times.

The small clusters of softly fragrant blooms are charming with the flowers softly hanging down in a ‘nodding’ manner which is so typical of the old Tea roses. The dark green foliage covers the climber as a screening plant when not in flower.

Colour:  Pink

Height: Tall

Scent:  Slight

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