Rambling Rector Rose Bushes
- Height: 7m
- Colour: Cream
- Shape: Semi Double
- Scent: Medium
- Flowering period: Once in summer
- Type: Rambler
- RHS Award of Garden Merit
Rambling Rector - Rambling Rose
Rambling Rector has extremely profuse creamy flowers, described as an "avalanche" that waft a delightful scent. His exceptionally vigorous, healthy growth is suitable for any situation and ideal for swallowing up garages and other eyesores. To 20ft.
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It seems that he was discovered around the turn of the 20th century, and the parentage is guessed to be either Rosa multiflora and Rosa moschata, or a sport of the latter. Rector was brought to market by Daisy Hill Nursery in Newry, Northern Ireland; it is not clear whether Thomas Smith, the nursery owner, discovered it or only named it. It was awarded its Royal Horticultural Society Award of Garden Merit in 1993.