The Garland Climbing Roses
Rosa The Garland - Climbing Roses
Description of The Garland Roses:
This hardy old variety has clouds of simple, open creamy flowers in early summer that waft a strong scent. The Garland is a vigorous climber, well suited to scrambling up a 2-3 storey house. It tolerates poor conditions and will handle damp soil.
Characteristics of The Garland Bushes:
- Colour: Cream, occasional yellow tinge.
- Flower Shape: Simple, semi-double.
- Fragrance: 4-Powerful.
- Flower Period: Once in July.
- Leaves: Dark green.
- Height: 4.5 metres.
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History and Parentage of The Garland Roses:
The Garland is an old British dating back to about 1835. It was bred from a Musk Rose and a Multiflora Rose (R. moschata & R. multiflora).