Cambridgeshire (Procumbent Rose)
(Ground Covering Rose) Clusters of semi-double, flowers of gold cerise and pink. Glossy foliage.
Eye of the Tiger (Bush Rose)
- Repeat Flowering
- Rose of the Year
- Wildlife Friendly
Light yellow semi-double blooms in small clustersor solitary. Red smudged eyes in centre. flowers fade to cream. Glossy foliage on compact growth, moderate perfume. Bred by Warner 2006.
Joseph's Coat (Shrub Rose)
(Modern Shrub) Loosely double flowers are a mixture of shades but basically a deep orange and yellow. Borne in clusters on a thorny upright plant with light green glossy leaves.
York and Lancaster (Shrub Rose)
Unique to us in the UK. (Damask) 'Rosa damascena versicolor' Blush white flowers, striped or mottled with pink. Needs very good soil to do well. More a collector's piece than of real garden merit.