Rosa cymosa NJM 11.079

A rarely seen Chinese climbing rose, covered in a mass of flattened domes of strikingly small, dainty, creamy-white flowers with conspicuous yellow stamen in May/June, followed by clusters of small red hips. Evergreen foliage is composed of narrow pointed, elegant leaflets. New growth is red tinted. For a sunny wall, not too cold. Found originally at 1200m in north central Guizhou, China.

Pot size: 5L
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