Dinah Hall - 1985
Ken Nobbs Wichuraiana Rambler. Yellow buds open to fully double blooms of white with touches of yellow. A vigorous rose, drought resistant and suitable for planting along a fence. Has a slight fragrance. Named for one of the first four english women to come to the Bay of Islands in 1814 with one of Samuel Marsden's missionaries, aboard his ship, The Active. This rose and Dinah Hall are featured in the book Missionaries, Wives & Roses by Ann Chapman.