Harkness , 1998
A very floriferous, scented rambler with very filled, double flowers, white and light apricot-pink in the centre to quickly turn to pearl-white. The plant has healthy leaves and flowers continuously between June and the end of October. Afterwards, beautiful hips appear.
‘Penny Lane' is a modern rambler with large, old-fashionedly filled flowers, blush-white and light apricot-pink in the centre to fade to pearl white. The flowers grow in small clusters of 3 to 5 flowers, they bloom abundantly and continuously from June to November. The leaves are dark green, shiny and healthy. From October large, orange-red hips appear. The plant grows with large branches and is medium-sized, so very suitable for a rose pyramid or obelisk, a fence, a wall, a pergola.
- Cut flower
- Preferred location: Sun
- Plant distance: 200cm
- Frost resistance: to -15°C
- Suitable for: pyramid pergola walls fences