Roses are easily one of the most popular and widely cultivated groups of flowering plants. Numerous different cultivars have been produced over the last two centuries, although roses have been grown for millennia before their popularity bloomed. Renowned for their flowers and beauty, they are also loved for other reasons such as their fruit. The rose hip can be made into an old fashioned jam. Roses range in size and variety from your standard and bush roses to climbers and weeping varieties. Amongst all their beautiful colours, varieties and fragrances there is bound to be the perfect rose out there for your garden. For more information on selecting and growing roses,?visit our Rose Factsheet.
Rose ‘Crepuscule’ Climber (Eco Grade)
The Crepuscule rose has lovely informal apricot to yellow blooms. The virtually thornless plant can be allowed to grow as a large sprawling shrub or trained as a moderately vigorous climber.
It features repeat flowering with good fragrance.
FRESHLY POTTED – This product has been re-planted into a larger pot as it has outgrown its previous pot. Soil may fall away easily from the root ball when planting but not to worry! Just be delicate with any new roots forming when planting.