In this group are the bush roses with large double blooms, heavily scented and forming a conical centre. They usually have three to seven flowers on a stem. Each plant, if looked after well, will give almost continual flowers from June until the end of September, or even longer if there are no severe frosts. The blooms are ideal for cutting and the plants, if pruned each Spring to 15 - 23cm will last for 20 years or more.
Height Guide: T = Tall (over 120cm), M = Medium (92-120cm), S = Small (75cm)