Aglaia (Rambling Rose)
- Summer Flowering
- Wildlife Friendly
- Little or no thorns
(Multiflora rambler) 'Yellow Rambler' Clusters of semi-double, medium sized flowers in shades of yellow paling to cream. Growth is upright and stems are almost thornless. Foliage is bright light green with bronzy tints, especially when young. A significant rose as it was on of the varieties initially used by Pemberton in breeding his race of Hybrid Musks.
Apple Blossom (Rambling Rose)
(Rambler) Huge trusses of apple blossom pink flowers with slightly crinkled petals. Foliage is rich green with cooper overtones. Wood is similar in colour to its foliage with few or no thorns. Superb as a pillar rose. Bred by Burbank.
Trier (Rambling Rose)
(Rambler) Semi-double flowers of straw-yellow to whitish-pink in clusters. Not a tall rose. Ideal for pillars.