The Pilgrim® (Auswalker) English Climbing Rose is named after the pilgrims in Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales.
Ideal for the front entrance to a house, but suitable for any tall arching structure or a wall.
Buds open to gradually form large, flat rosettes. It has particularly pretty soft yellow blooms with many petalled cups which pale towards the edges.
The Pilgrim is a medium sized climber with a Tea and Myrrh fragrance.
- English climbing rose bred by David Austin (1991)
- 6 litre potted Rose
- Large soft yellow blooms
- Repeat flowering
- Medium climber with a tea/myrrh fragrance
- Grows up to 12ft (3.75m)
- Suitable for a 6-10ft wall, fence, large arch, doorway, pillar, obelisk or for the front of a house
- Position in full or partial sunlight (North, East, South, West facing)
- Feed once in late March/early April and again in early July with David Austin Rose Food
- Prune once a yer in January or February
- Suitable for all soil types
- Measurements are approximate
- Images courtesy of David Austin® Roses