Francis Copple (Bush Rose)
(Modern Shrub) A lovely fragrant, semi-double rose of coppery yellow, paling to primrose yellow as the flower ages. Very free flowering throughout the summer. Foliage large and glossy. A true delight planted in small groups or even as short hedge. If the late summer flowers are not deadheaded it will produce a good crop of orange oval hips. Named for a Metropolitan Policeman who loved roses. Unique to us in the UK. Bred by Beales.
Golden Gate (Climbing Rose)
- Repeat Flowering
- Very fragrant
- Disease Resistant
- Wildlife Friendly
A lovely well foliated climber with large, dark, disease resistant foliage. The golden cupped, citrus and banana scented double blooms frill when open, then pale and flatten. Repeats well and then produces decorative hips for winter. Bred by Kordes.
Rosa banksiae lutescens (Rambling Rose)
- Spring Flowering
- Little or no thorns
(Species) Diameter of the yellow flowers is larger than lutea but single and more sweetly scented. Foliage is similar but young shoots and leaves are copper tinted.
Rosa omeiensis Red Wing (Shrub Rose)
(Species) Similar to �pteracantha�, but with more and brighter red thorns and less vigour. Yellow flowers.
Rosa x cantabrigiensis (Shrub Rose)
(Species) Medium pale yellow flowers produced early on a vigorous plant with small but plentiful foliage. Upright. An informal and useful rose. Good hips most seasons.