A bright scarlet red shade glows from the petals of the blooming ‘Remembrance’ rose.
‘Remembrance’ could be grown in any garden for its beauty, or as a way of evoking feelings in those who see it.
As a repeat flowering variety, remarkable red blooms will start to open at the beginning of summer and will continue to add interest up to the first frosts.
This memorable red colour only stands out more as it bursts from glossy and green foliage.
Fantastically versatile and fragrant, ‘Remembrance’ will happily grow in beds, borders, pots, or containers.
Named for the Commonwealth War Graves Commission, this bush rose boasts a striking colour like that seen on the iconic Flanders poppy.
This can be seen at war graves across the continent, where it has proved a reliable grower, owing to its long flowering period and neat compact habit.