Dutton Hall
Lancashire's Premier Classic Rose Garden

Modern Shrub, Hybrid Musk and Rugosa

These roses make large shrubs and many flower throughout the summer.

 

Modern Shrub

 

Modern Shrub are free standing bushes that will make a showy specimen in various locations. Some have showy hips.

 

Image Variety Group On Site
Abraham Darby Modern Shrub
Autumn Fire

1961.

7 x 6ft.

Poor Scent.

Flowers in July and intermittently thereafter. Good display of orange hips.

Modern Shrub
Ballerina

1937.

4 x 3ft.

Large sprays of single pink flowers witha white centre.

 

Modern Shrub
Cerise Bouquet

1958.

12 x 12ft.

Double cerise flowers.

Modern Shrub
Charles Austin

1973.

4 x 3ft.

Scented.

Apricot turning towards pink.

Modern Shrub
Chianti

1966. 6 x 5ft.

Rich fragrance.

Velvety textured rich purplish wine red flowers. Early in summer.

Modern Shrub
Constance Spry

1961.

7 x 6ft.

Sweet Scent.

Gives feeling of older rose. June to July.

Can be trained on wall or pillar.

Modern Shrub
Eddie’s Jewel

1962.

9 x 7ft.

Little Scent.

Modern Shrub
Erfurt

1940.

5 x 5ft.

Scented.

Semi-double bright pink with lemon or white centres.

Modern Shrub
Fruhlingsduft

1949.

7 x 6ft.

Fragrant.

An early flowerer.

Modern Shrub
Fruhlingsgold

1937.

7 x 6ft.

Fragrant.

Full bloom in June.

Modern Shrub
Fruhlingsmorgen

1941.

6 x 6ft.

Strong Scent.

Early show with occasional bloom later.

Modern Shrub
Gertrude Jekyll

6 x 6ft.

Fragrant

 

Modern Shrub
Golden Wings

1953.

3 x 4ft.

Very light Scent.

Single yellow with prominent stamens.

Modern Shrub
Hommage a Barbara

2 x 2ft.

Slight Scent

Medium Red

Delbard
Marguerite Hilling

1959.

7 x 6ft.

No Scent.

Semi-double pink.

Modern Shrub
Nevada

1927.

7 x 6ft.

No scent.

Semi-double cream. Some repeat.

Modern Shrub
Raymond Blanc

3 x 2ft.

Good scent

Double flowered rich-pink

Delbard
Sally Holmes

1976.

4 x 3ft

Good Scent.

Single soft pale-pink trusses of single flowers.

Modern Shrub
Scharlachglut

1952.

7 x 6ft.

No Scent.

Eye-catching display in mid-June. Large showy hips.

Modern Shrub
St Swithun

1993.

4 x 3ft.

Strong Scent.

Repeat flowers.

Modern Shrub
The Hon Lady Lindsay

1938.

4 x 3ft.

Good Scent.

Slow to establish, but worth the wait.

Modern Shrub

 

Hybrid Musk

 

Handsome shrubs with large sprays of flower on arching branches. They will produce repeat flushes of flower well into the autumn, particularly when dead-headed.

 

Image Variety Group On Site
Buff Beauty

1939.

6 x 5ft.

Delicate Scent.

Creamy-apricot.

Dead head whole cluster to promote new flowering stems.

Hybrid Musk
Cornelia

1925.

5 x 5ft.

Light Scent.

Strawberry-pink flowers on arching stems.

Hybrid Musk
Danae

1913.

3 x 4ft.

Scented.

Clusters of semi double yellow blooms fading to white.

Hybrid Musk
Felicia

1928.

6 x 5ft.

Lovely Scent.

Dead head first clusters to encourage  into autumn.

Hybrid Musk
Francesca

1922.

6 x 5ft.

Rich Scent.

Apricot-yellow buds open into nodding pale apricot flowers.

Hybrid Musk
Lavender Lassie

1960.

5 x 4ft.

Fragrant.

Pink rosette shaped flowers. Repeats.

Hybrid Musk
Moonlight

1913.

5 x 4ft.

Good Scent.

Large Sprays of creamy-white flowers. Produces good display into autumn.

Hybrid Musk
Pax

1918.

6 x 5ft.

Rich Scent.

Large semi-double creamy to pure-white flowers.

Hybrid Musk
Penelope

1924.

6 x 5ft.

Lovely Scent.

Apricot buds open blush-pink and fade to cream. Dead head first clusters to encourage  into autumn.

Hybrid Musk
Prosperity

1919.

5 x 4ft.

Good Scent.

Trusses of ivory white semi-double flowers.

Hybrid Musk
Robin Hood

1927.

4 x 3ft.

Scented.

Large clusters of bright scarlet flowers. Repeats.

Hybrid Musk
Thisbe

1918.

4 x 4ft.

Scented.

Clustered straw yellow flowers with amber stamens.

Hybrid Musk
Wilhelm

1934.

5 x 4ft.

Slight Scent.

Semi-double rich crimson flowers, golden stamens. Good hips.

Hybrid Musk

 

Rugosa

 

Rugosa roses make dense bushes with healthy apple-green foliage. They do particularly well in the climate of the North-West England. Long flowering, many produce showy hips.

Image Variety Group On Site
Agnes

1922.

7 x 5ft.

Good Scent.

Very Thorny.

Rugosa
Belle Poitevine

1894.

6 x 5ft.

Well Scented.

Flowers into August.

Very good display of hips.

Rugosa
Blanc Double de Coubert

1892.

5 x 4ft.

Fragrant.

Fully double white flowers.

Rugosa
Conrad F Meyer

1899.

8 x 6ft.

Good Scent.

Very large silvery-pink.

Main flowering in June, some later.

Rugosa
F J Grootendorst

1918. 6 x 5ft.

No Sc

ent.

Small double flowers – pinkish-crimson.

Rugosa
Fimbriata

1891.

4 x 4ft.

Small pale-pink flowers with frilled edge. Repeats.

Rugosa
Fru Dagmar Hastrup

1901.

5 x 4ft.

Good Scent.

Showy hips in autumn.

Rugosa
Lady Curzon

1901.

8 x 7ft.

Scented.

Flowers in June.

Rugosa
Max Graf

1919.

2 x 10ft.

Good Scent.

Single pink flowers with white eye.

Will create a dense mound.

Rugosa
Pink Grootendorst

1923.

5 x 4ft.

No Scent.

Small clusters of double rich salmon-pink flowers.

Rugosa
Roseraie de l’Hay

1901.

7 x 7ft.

Rich Scent.

Glowers throughout most of summer.

Rugosa
Rugosa alba

1870.

7 x 6ft.

Scented.

Large white flowers.

Large hips in autumn

Rugosa
Rugosa rubra

Unknown.

6 x 5ft.

Large purple-crimson flowers.

Rugosa
Sarah Van Fleet

1926.

6 x5ft.

Rich Scent.

Flowers throughout the summer.

Rugosa
Scabrosa

1960.

6 x 4ft.

Sweetly scented.

Large single rich silvery-cerise flowers.

Wonderful tomato hips.

Rugosa
Schneezwerg

1912.

5 x 4ft.

Light Scent.

Snow-white double flowers.

Small orange hips.

Rugosa
Yellow Dagmar Hastrup

3 x 3ft.

Primrose-yellow blooms with continous flowering.

Rugosa
Rose Groups
Species and Briers Climbers and Ramblers
Old Roses Modern Shrub, Hybrid Musk and Rugosa
Bourbon, Hybrid Perpetual, China, Polyantha and Floribunda