Throughout our late spring this well behaved rambler will repeatedly produce clusters of
small, semi-double flowers that are yellow with a salmon-pink flush. These gradually fade
to cream as they mature and have a good scent. The soft colouring of the flowers would make
them a very pretty addition to a cottage garden, where they would look great
clambering over arches or doorways. A delight to see in full bloom! Mine is over
an arbour where we hang flower baskets.