Variety List

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size
cm
Flowering
Time
Height Position trees Shrubs Wall
trained
trees
Large
wall
area
Pergolas
Archways
Trellis
Roses Patio
tubs
Conser-
vatories
Suitable
as
Cut Flower
Bees Jubilee Pink with deeper pink bar - free flowering with attractive
seed heads.
15 May/June Aug/Sept 2.4m Not in full sun   a a   a   a a a
Dr Ruppel Rose pink with deeper pink bar - Free flowering with attractive seed heads 15 May/June
August/Sept
3m Not in full sun  

 

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John Paul II Pale whitish pink flowers, useful as ground cover 12 June-Sept 3m Any Position   a a   a a      
Miss Bateman White- Very compact and free flowering with attractive seed heads 12-15 May/June
Aug/Sept
2m Any Position   a a   a   a a a
Mrs Cholmondley Light blue - Free flowering with attractive seed heads 15-18 May/Sept 2.5-3m Any Position   a a   a a a a a

 

MultiBlue Blue/Purple flowers - Double in spring and semi double in late summer 10-12 May/Sept 2.5m Any Position   a a   a        
Nelly Moser Pale Pink with deep pink bar, very compact and free flowering with attractive seed heads 15 May/June, September 2-3m Not in full sun   a a   a   a a a
Niobe Velvety deep red flowers - very free flowering over a long period
 
15 May - September 2.5-3m Any Position   a a   a a a a a
  Piilu
(Little Duckling)
Pink with deeper pink bar Flowers - double in spring single in summer, compact habit 9-11 May/June Aug/Sept 1.5 Likes full sun   a     a   a    
The President Deep purple - Long and free flowering with attractive seed heads 15 May - September 2.5-4m Any Position   a a   a a a a a
Warsawska Nike Reddish purple - Best against a light background 15 May - September 2.5-3m Any Position a a a   a a a    
William Kennet Mid Blue - Pretty flower with overlapping tepals 15-18 May/June, August 3 Any position   a a   a a a a  

This chart shows the characteristics of the varieties, what they can grow on/through and their favoured position.

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