Thursday, 9 June 2016

Cooper's Burmese

Rosa 'Cooper's Burmese'

The climbing rose 'Cooper's Burmese' is putting on a beautiful display at the base of the Ash tree beside the lake. Climbing up the ropes put up by the gardeners, see blog entry for the 8th May 2014 'Roses Grown On Rope', the rose has now covered the bottom half of the tree in just two years. Large, pure white, single flowers, with a slight fragrance, are on mass covering the trunk of the old tree, the gardeners will have to put up more rope to assist the rose as it attempts to reach new heights!

Large, Pure White, Single Flowers

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