Rose Lady Banks 'Lutea'® -
Rosa banksiae 'Lutea'® (latin)
Breeder: Introduced into France in 1824 by John Parks.
Blossom: No Continual flowering.
Flower diameter: 3 cm.
Adult dimensions: Height up to 12 m, width up to 5 m.
Foliage: Semi evergreen, dark green.
Type of soil: All, except too wet.
Climate: Hardy to -12°C in a sheltered position.
Site: Semi-shade to full sun.
Planting spacing: 1 to 2 m between each plant.
Characteristics and uses:
The Rose Lady Banks 'Lutea'® has a superb little double buttery yellow flowers. This spectacular rose can find a home along a wall, along fences or in a container to create fantastic cascades of flowers on terraces and balconies. It is particularly appreciated as it does not have thorns.