Rosa Sir Cedric Morris - Rambling Rose

Rose Sir Cedric Morris

Discovered by and named for the famous plantsman, artist and gardener, Rosa Sir Cedric Morris is a very large, vigorous, thorny, deciduous rose with long, lax stems and beautiful, divided leaves flushed with purplish-grey, a legacy from its Rosa glauca parent. Like most ramblers, it flowers magnificently in midsummer, but does not repeat. Huge clusters of small, single, creamy-white flowers with golden stamens and a gentle scent are borne in midsummer, making a breath-taking spectacle. The flowers, which are attractive to bees, are followed by bright orange-red hips in autumn, giving a second season of interest. Rambler rose Sir Cedric Morris is a tough, hardy rose, particularly good trained over a pergola or up a tree with a late-flowering viticella-type clematis, which will flower when the rose has gone over. Because its stems are lax, it is easy to train.

Site: Tolerates exposure
Soil: Any well-drained soil, preferably moist and humus-rich
Position: Full sun or partial shade
Season of interest: Midsummer and autumn
Hardiness: Very hardy
Height: 30’ (9m) Spread: 20’ (6m)

Type | Size: Bareroot
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