Dublin Bay (Climbing Rose)
- Repeat Flowering
- Garden Merit Award
(Modern Climber) This delightful small climbing rose is ideal rose for growing up an obelisk or pillar. With large healthy glossy leaves the rose produces clusters of medium sized fully double, bright scarlet-crimson, flowers. Growing to approximately 8 feet and tolerant of poorer soils, this rose enjoys a sunny position and if left to grow without support will form a lovey large free flowering shrub. Bred by McGready.
Hunter (Shrub Rose)
(Rugosa) Fully double, bright crimson flowers on a rugged, mediumsized plant with glossy dark green foliage. Slight fragrance. A useful rose.
Peter Beales (Shrub Rose)
(Modern Shrub) 'Whilst ambling through the gardens of John and Louise Clements of Heirloom Roses in Oregon, USA, I paused to admire an attractive seedling rose and before I had time to realise, John and Louise had decided that it should be named after me.'
The flowers are held in small clusters which are single, bright crimson red with pronounced yellow centres. Leaves are rounded and dense in their coverage. A good rose.