Jane Williams - LIKELY AVAILABLE IN SPRING
Ken Nobbs Multiflora Rambler. Thornless. Mid pink buds open to blush pink and fade to white. Flowers are 4cm in diameter with 30-38 petals and 5-13 per cluster. Blooms are reminiscent of Cecile Brunner and fragrant. Good to grow along a fence. Bred by Ken Nobbs. Named for the wife of a missionary who arrived in Paihia, Bay of Islands in 1826. This rose and Jane Williams feature in the book Missionaries Wives & Roses by Ann Chapman.