David Austin climbing roses
Felicia 1928 Fully double flowers of apricot pink fading to cream grace this medium-sized shrub or pillar rose. Felicia is very generous with her blooms which have one of the most intense fragrances in its class, making it an excellent cut flower. The moderate size allows it to be grown in a large container or planted as a specimen in a more restricted area. scent is wonderful
Fourth of July Climbing Rose-An explosion of eye-popping color for the landscape is just the beginning of the festivities ahead from this fragrant Climber. You’ll get a bang out of the big sprays of large long-lasting blossoms. And the fireworks just seem to keep coming because it blooms and reblooms readily in the very first season. Sparkling green foliage, superb vigor and good hardiness complete the spectacle. Consistent color & vigor in most climates. Free flowering.
Rosa 'Tess of the D'Urbervilles'. My second-favourite climbing rose, after 'Falstaff'. A beautiful clear crimson, and highly fragrant. The flower-form is not quite as old rose-like as Falstaff, and the the colour is more uniform ('Falstaff' has a tinge of purple). It is under planted with Geranium himalayense 'Graveteye', which is the most beautiful vibrant violet-purple.