Tea. Consistently popular world wide since its introduction in 1910. The Lady has long, copper-apricot buds that open to large, loose, double blooms of warm yellow. The stems and foliage have tones of purple-bronze which complement the blooms rather nicely. A heady, fruity fragrance is an added bonus.
Named after Lady Hillington the wife of Baron Hillington of Hillingdon Court, Uxbridge where the breeder of this rose, Lowe and Shawyer had a nursery.
Colour: Yellow / Yellow Habit: Upright Est. Hgt/Wdth in 7/10 yrs: 1m x 1m