This is the double white of what is sometimes called Lady Bank's rose; this
vigorous rambler was introduced from China by J Park prior to
1824 for the Horticultural Society of London. The small fragrant white flowers appear in April and May so it needs a
sheltered site, not hardy in the north of the UK it's completely thorn less and flowers best on three year old wood so go easy with
the pruning! It's also worth mentioning it does not suffer from
Black spot or Rust like other roses and the stems and leaves
alone make it worth growing.