A classic English Rambling rose, growing in clusters of delicate, pale yellow double flowers all season long. The small, ruffly flowers bear a delicate scent of musk that clings to up to 40 petals packed into each little flower and perfumes the garden without being overly sweet or overwhelming. Growing nearly 15 feet high, it is the perfect choice for up a brick wall, against a fence, or up and over an arbor. The delicate clusters are great for cutting and using as filler in bouquets or tabletop arrangements, or for simply enjoying blooming profusely against the deep green, incredibly healthy foliage over and over again. Hardy and easy to grow. Named after the range of hills outside of the David Austin nursery in the UK.
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