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Penny Lane - Climbing Rose
210cm (7 ft)
Fragrant






 
Penny Lane - Climbing Rose
Beautiful scented blooms filled with petals in a ruffled informal way make this a desirable climber. The honey champagne flowers repeat well into the autumn. This variety has an easy growing habit and has good healthy foliage. Rose of the Year 1998. Prune Group 3.

Available from November to April subject to a minimum of ten plants per variety a cost of £110 delivered within mainland UK.

Hardwell
Breeder: Harkness
Year: 1997