L. Lens , 1997
A successful hybridization between R. brunonii and R. multiflora adenocheata. This variety maintains the strong-growing charachter of R. brunoii, and therefore the ability to form long strings. This is also a feature of R. multiflora adenocheata, as well as the large flowers and the same kind of thorns on the stems. The leaves originate from R. moschata. The flowers appear in large clusters (7 to 48) with splendid pointy, yellow buds, opening and colouring from light yellow to white. They preserve quite long in the cluster, and have a fantastic old Hybrid Musk scent. Can also be used as a tree climber, or as a shrub.
- Bee friendly plant
- Preferred location: Sun or partial shadow
- Plant distance: 300cm
- Frost resistance: to -15°C
- Suitable for: pergola trees walls fences
- Hanging growth