Few climbing plants can equal the range or fragrance of climbing roses.
Climbers differ from ramblers in that the larger blooms are held singly or in small clusters. Ramblers grow long shoots from ground level which produce large clusters of blooms along their length in the second year. They are ideal for covering unsightly objects, growing into trees or trailing along banks.
Tel: 0116 2673702
Bentley West Roses Ltd
The Old Byre, Manor Farm