Félicité Perpétue (Rambling Rose)
- Summer Flowering
- Garden Merit Award
- Little or no thorns
(Rambler) A vigorous rambler bearing large clusters of creamy-white blooms which are globular in form and scented. A useful rambler in that it is later flowering - early to mid-July and is almost evergreen.
Sir Cedric Morris (Rambling Rose)
(Rambler) Discovered in a batch of Rosa glauca seedlings by the late Sir Cedric Morris of Hadleigh, Suffolk. Each flower, is white and has a thin, papery texture, produced in huge clusters in mid-to-late June, they are fragrant and followed by small, rounded orange hips. Foliage is long and finely toothed and the stems well armed with thorns. Both the leaves and young shoots are purple in colour with an overlay of grey. Very vigorous.