Wild Thyme - Rose 'Lady Hillingdon' - Fragrant Climber
Large, double apricot blooms fade out to cream at the edges and are heavily scented.
One of the last tea roses to be bred in 1910 and still enormously popular today.
Named after the woman who famously admitted that on hearing her husband's footsteps she would 'Lie back and think of England'. This rose is sure to be a talking point in any garden!
Flowers continuously throughout the season.
Height 12ft (4m)
RHS - AGM
Royal Horticultural Society - Award of Garden Merit
Available in a 4L pot.
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