Miss Edith Cavell (Shrub Rose)
(Polyantha) Large trusses of small, semi-double, scarlet-crimson flowers amid dark foliage. The rose was rediscovered in the garden of Mrs Doris Levine of Brundall, Norfolk in 1985. Named for the Norfolk nurse from Swardeston, buried at Norwich Cathedral after her death in Belgium during WW1.
Please note: Containerised 'Miss Edith Cavell' is available through the Cavell Nurses' Trust website: www.cavellnursestrust.org/shop
Peter Beales Roses, Nursery Manager, Ian Limmer said, “Peter Beales is delighted to be working in partnership with the Cavell Nurses’ Trust in their centenary year. Helping to highlight the wonderful work the trust does to support nurses, midwives and health assistants throughout the UK.”
Sombreuil (Climbing Rose)
- Repeat Flowering
- Very fragrant
(Climbing Tea) ‘Colonial White’. Pure white base to the classically formed flowers, sometimes flushed with pink. A superb rose.