Léda (Shrub Rose)
- Summer Flowering
- Very fragrant
(Damask) 'Painted Damask'. Blush pink, double flowers with interesting crimson markings on the edges of the petals. A tidy, compact plant. Tolerant of poorer soils and suitable to be planted in a container. Bred by Deschiens.
Omar Khayyam (Shrub Rose)
(Damask) The medium-sized, light pink blooms are quartered, with a button eye. Foliage is grey-green and downy. Quite a thorny plant. Suitable to be grown in a container. Bred by Simpson/Kew.
Propagated from a plant on Edward Fitzgerald's grave in Suffolk, having been planted there in 1893 from seeds gathered from a plant at Omar Khayyam's tomb in Nishapur, Iran.
St. Nicholas (Shrub Rose)
- Repeat Flowering
- Wildlife Friendly
(Damask) Scented, semi-double blooms of rose pink. A charmer when caught in early evening sunlight when fully open and displaying the pronounced ring of golden stamens, attracting insects. Suitable to be planted in a container. Bred by Hilling.