I have been eying this climber for a while during my rose travels around the world. It is not just the unique ‘butterscotch’ colour of the blooms, but the combination of size & shape, and also its performance as a climber that will make this a favourite in gardens in South Africa.
It easily reaches 3m height in a season & flowers at the end of each new shoot as well as on many side stems for most of the year. Such lengthy growth needs to be tied regularly to a supporting structure of poles, high fences, walls, pergolas or arches. The shapely blooms have a distinct slight fragrance.
Written by Ludwig Taschner
Plant Height: Above 3m Height
Colours: Cream , Honey , Lemon , Light yellow , True gold , Yellow
Uses: Arch, Cut-flowers, Exhibition Cluster, Pillar, Trellis