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Shapely, double, fragrant blooms. Semi-prostrate growth habit, flowers all along the strong, sideways growing stems. May be used as a groundcover, but its real attraction is when trained on short fences & pillars.
Apricot & petite replica of hybrid tea blooms. Trusses may bear up to 3 dozen blooms. This is a superb cut rose for small arrangements, especially where garden space is limited. Grows into a 1.5 m high, slightly arching shrub & is covered with many shiny leaflets. Upright growth.
Arches 2m high to 3m wide. These long arching canes are covered with tough miniature rose leaves, facing outwards with many side stems, each of these carrying a dense cluster of double miniature blooms. The opening buds are perfectly shaped & exude a sweet fragrance.
Typical growth pattern - at first growing fairly upright to 2m high, then the branches start arching. Clusters of flowers appear on the main branches as well as on many side stems which are produced throughout the growing season. This healthy plant is suitable to be spread out on medium high fences or ramble up on poles and arches.
The variety and gaiety with which it displays a spectrum of colour on one single bush brings a whirl of colour into play. The tear shaped petals fluff out, overlapping like stripes of a multi-layered petticoat to form a neat, gay pompom. Soft moss bedecks the sepals.
A bunch of shapely miniature size buds open into a dense cluster of bright red open blooms prominently displaying their golden stamens. The natural arching growth can easily be used to the best advantage by tying the stronger basal stems onto support of 2.5m height, allowing the continually produced flowering side stems to decorate the pillar, etc.
It can easily reach 4m height, renewing itself with long basal canes. Shapely, pickable blooms appear continuously in clusters at the tips of the canes & individually on short stems. Use as a willowy shrub, to cover & hang over fences & to grow over pergolas. Tough. Requires minimum care, with the exception of tying and tidying up the new climbing stems.
A continuous profusion of scarlet-red mini blooms of immaculate exhibition shape appear all over this interesting Midinette™ rose. Free standing, it is a neat shrub growing to chest height. By tying up the highest canes it can be trained up to just over 2m as a free flowering, very tidy climber.
Once this rose has been given time to develop & mature & is not pruned too severely or hardly cut back at all, it will surprise with an unbelievable density of single flowers. This incredibly hardy rose will grow into a free standing, willowy shrub 2m high & 3m wide. It is ideal for decorating pillars, arches & walls, where it will perform superbly.