An outstanding double flowered cultivar with an exceptional long flowering period. The double and later in the season the semi-double flowers are produced on both new and previous seasons stems. Not a large flower, so can be grown in a slightly exposed site. If grown on a north facing position the early flowers will have green outer sepals. Best grown through a wall trained evergreen shrub in an unexposed location.
Its creamy white flowers go well with all other colours, a good container grown plant.
Will rest a little in the heat of the summer and is deciduous. Cultivation Prune end of winter, very early spring by removing â…“ of all top growth. Feed with rose or tomato fertiliser.
Height and spread
2.5m x 1m (8ft x 3ft)
Flowers late spring until early autumn.