A prolific grower that climbs to a great height, flowering in huge clusters. Apricot buds open to creamy yellow blooms, quickly turning white. Exceptionally fragrant.
Named 'Wedding Day' because it flowered for the first time on 26 June, which was Sir Frederick and Lady Stern's wedding anniversary.
Category: Rambler rose
Growth habit: Tall, climbing
Mature height & width: 6-9m x 4.5m
Flower type: Small, single, white / cream
Fragrance: Strong, citrus
Please note that this is a lighter or second grade rose bush. These are roses that have not yet achieved optimum size or shape in the nursery. This is due to various circumstances such as: being shaded by more rapidly growing plants, seasonal factors and rose variety characteristics. They usually rapidly catch up to first grade roses and are a popular bargain with many happy customers.