Cupid (Climbing Rose)
(Climbing Hybrid Tea) A superbly formed rose. Large, single, peachy blooms with tawny gold anthers. Worth growing if it only produces one flower per year. Lovely pear shaped hips later.
Dainty Bess (Bush Rose)
(H.T) A lovely variety from the 1920's for those who like single roses. Ragged edged petals of soft pink combine with the golden brown stamens to form a lovely flower of some 3 inches across and borne in clusters.
Ellen Willmott (Bush Rose)
(H.T.) A charming, single variety. Pronounced golden anthers framed by wavy petals of cream and pink. Upright growth. Foliage and stems tinted purple.
Mrs Oakley Fisher (Bush Rose)
- Repeat Flowering
- Very fragrant
- Little or no thorns
(Hybrid Tea) One of the several good single H.T's of the 1920's. A combination of orange and yellow without the harshness of other roses of similar colour. Highly scented. Slender growth with dark bronzed green foliage. Bred by Cant.