'Starlight Symphony' Climbing Rose Plants

Short Description2 Rose of the year 2019. Pure white, with gold stamens, tinged with pink.
Shade Full Sun, Partial Shade
Area Frost Pockets, Scotland & The North
Soil Good, Well Drained
Colour White/Cream
Type Climber or Rambler
Ornamental Fragrant, Repeat Flowering
Flowering Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct

Rosa 'Starlight Symphony'

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SIZES 1-2 3-910+
Bareroot OUT OF STOCK £12.96OUT OF STOCK£11.88OUT OF STOCK£10.98
3 Litre Pot Out of Stock £16.98Out of Stock£15.96Out of Stock£14.94
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Starlight Symphony Rose (Harwisdom)

The Rose of the Year 2019, Starlight Symphony carries clusters of white, scented, "tudor rose" shaped flowers from July until October. Many people are not too keen on white roses, as most of them have a tendency to go brown in wet weather. Not this one!
Starlight is also floriferous, scented and its open blooms are accessible to pollinators. Each bloom is 8-10 cms across, and they are carried in large clusters of five to nine flowers. All this is gently set off by lovely, glossy, dark green foliage that attests to the plant's health and disease resistance.
Have a look at our range of climbing roses for sale.

Starlight Symphony in Your Garden

After between 3 and 5 years, Starlight Symphony reaches up to about 3 metres, which makes it an ideal rose for training on pergolas, pillars, obelisks and arches. Against a wall, it will grow to 2 metres across.

This is a tidy rose, so if space is limited or you garden on a deck, balcony or roof terrace, it will grow very well in a decent sized tub.

Whether you plant in the ground or a container, put Starlight Symphony where its scent can waft over you: sensational on a warm evening.


  • Rose of the Year 2019
  • Height: to 3 metres
  • Spread: to 1-8 - 2.5 m
  • Colour: pure white with gold stamens tinged with pink
  • Shape of flower: clusters of open rosettes
  • Scent: a subtle, pervasive, spicy fragrance
  • Flowering: repeat through summer between July and October
  • Group: Climbing Roses

Did You Know?

Harkness Roses have been breeding and growing roses for well over 100 years. Starlight Symphony, bred under the name Harwisdom, is yet another in a line of great roses, such as Amber Queen and Margaret Merril, from one of the most prolific rose breeders in the world.

To win the title of the best rose of the year, Starlight Symphony had to see off competition from the very best new roses from the very best breeders: Kordes, David Austin, Dickson, Beales just to name a few.

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