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Compassion Rose - Climbers & Ramblers for the Home and Garden
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Very Fragrant

"The best rose ever" Liz Sawday Apuldram Roses. Pink to apricot pink medium size blooms of HT type in bud that open to a confection of petals. It has dark wood and bushes out from the base, so looks good as a pillar rose or can be grown as a shrub as well as a climber. This is one of the most useful and trouble free varieties, disease is rare and its demands are few. The blooms are carried from early summer to late autumn, sometimes it even has a bloom at Christmas, the bush is rarely without a flower the whole of this time. If the summer is wet it is an excellent variety for cutting and filling your house with the scented well formed flowers. Everything about this rose is easy, promise. If you can only have 1 rose have this one!

Introduced: Harkness 1973
Colour: Pink
Disease Resistance: Excellent
Flowering Period: Continous Flowering
Fragrance: Very Fragrant
Height: Medium (10-15 ft)
Occasion: Thank You

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Latest News

Apuldram Roses is delighted to be involved with the Chichester Catherdral Festival of Flowers 2018.  A rose "Nostalgia" has been selected to be the festival flower.  Elizabeth Sawday was delighted to be at the launch in the beautiful Bishops Palace Gardens where eager florists open the secret envelopes revealing inspiration for thier unique floral didplays.  This Earthy Paradise is the theme for 2018.  Gardener’s World viewers voted the rose as the plant which had made the biggest impact on gardens over the past 50 years, making Nostalgia the perfect choice for the festival. In the past, there have been new varieties of roses, irises, pinks and sweet peas associated with Chichester Cathedral’s Festival of Flowers.


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