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A rose for the shade garden: Madame Alfred Carrière (climbing noisette) Position: full sun or partial shade (it's one of the best roses for a north facing aspect) Soil: fertile, humus-rich, moist, well-drained soil Rate of growth: fast-growing Height: 8.0 m Spread: 3.0 m Flowering period: continuous Flower colour: white to pale pink Other features: scented flowers Hardiness: fully hardy
With more than 140 rose species and thousands of different rose varieties for sale, choosing the best roses for your garden can be quite a challenge. Here's help on how to zone in on the best rose type for you.
This list of top roses was inspired by the collection at Buscot Park, a beautiful period home in Oxfordshire 1 ’Madame Isaac Pereire’ (4ft or more/1.2m) Considered to be the most fragrant rose, this has enormous mauve-pink flowers that appear through the summer . This is an upright rose that can be trained on supports.