Lady Banks Rose


Rosa banksiae ‘Lutea’   

Photographed at Brunswick Community College Supply, NC on March 31, 2003. A sprawling climber to 20’ with lustrous dark green foliage and stupendous clusters of double yellow flowers.  These gals are miniature, yellow rose-like beauty’s occurring in late March and into early April.  They bloom even with a bit of shade and are thorn-less to boot.  A must have in every garden as they are old fashioned gems with a tough attitude and a gentle appeal.  This plant is a Rose with some salt tolerance and a gift for neglect.  An excellent old fashioned buttery yellow tough as nails plant that will “knock your socks off” when in full bloom.

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