Mannington Mauve Rambler (Rambling Rose)
(Rambler) A seedling of 'The Garland' with large showy clusters of mauve flowers in mid-summer. A vigorous rambler with many of the good qualities to be found in its parent. Discovered growing in the grounds at Mannington Hall, Norfolk by Lord Walpole.
The Garland (Rambling Rose)
- Summer Flowering
- Very fragrant
- Wildlife Friendly
(Moschata) A vigorous, spreading climber which flowers in mid-July with masses of small, semi-double creamy-white almost daisy-like flowers sometimes tinged with pink. Very fragrant. Good autumnal interest.