Schmidt , 1896
A rose that produced many offspring. It is a once flowering rambler with an exuberant flowering and strong scent. The small, semi-double, bowl-shaped flowers are pale yellow and quickly turn to creamy white. They grow in large bouquets of up to 60 flowers. Tolerates shadow.
Small, semi-double, light yellow flowers with almost spineless branches. ‘Aglaia' is a parent of 'Trier' the rose with which Pemberton and Louis Lens often crossed within the group of Hybrid Musks. Low rambler.
- Preferred location: Sun or partial shadow
- Plant distance: 250cm
- Frost resistance: to -10°C
- Suitable for: pyramid pergola walls fences