Clematis listings Climbing Plants Rambling Roses Tender shrubs, perennials and Bulbs Events and Plant sales About the garden with pictures Location Map and directions Terms and conditions for mail order customers page of assorted links Return to Home page

Rosa 'Adelaide d' Orleans'

I think this would get the prize of "most beautiful rambler" (If I was a judge!) The flat semi double white flowers have a hint of pink and have been likened to a flowering cherry the way they are carried in bunches, scented they appear in early summer. The stems and foliage are red and dark green which sets the flowers off to perfection. It is a sempervirens rambler so keeps its leaves in winter, vigorous to about 15' with flexible stems. Bred by Jacque in France 1826


Back to catalogue