NOT to be confused with the common double flowered 'Lutea', this is the rarely encountered, single flowered, highly-scented (unlike 'Lutea') yellow Banksian rose. A small leaved evergreen climber with virtually no thorns, reaching up to 7.5m with suitable support. Bunches of small, warm-yellow, sweetly scented flowers are produced in May. For a sunny wall, where in the sunnier parts of the UK at least, it is ravishingly floriferous. The scent from a decent sized specimen travels a good fifty feet at least.