Lady Banks Rose.
Yellow Banksia Rose
Rosa banksiae 'lutea' Yellow Banksia rose is a rampant evergreen climber with soft yellow double flowers. It is ideal for covering a fence or bare wall. They are largely disease resistant very hardy and have almost thornless stems. Prefers a full sun to part shade position. Flowers spring to late autumn. Supplied as a 50mm …
Common Name: Lady Banks Rose Scientific Name: Rosa banksia Plant Group: Roses Plant Height: Climber Summary or Description: Sun; evergreen; 1" white or yellow blooms cover the plant like a thick blanket in the spring, lasting up to 6 weeks; thornless; appears to have no serious insect or disease problems; hardness questionable below 15 degrees.
Lady Bank's Yellow Climbing Rose This climbing evergreen can be grown as a large mounding plant, contained as a hedge if pruned just after bloom, or allowed to climb and crawl over all in its path. The thornless stems support abundant amounts of slightly fragrant yellow miniature double blooms in spring. A fine choice for covering arbors, ground, or banks
*This image looks as if it's pruned into a tree!* How neat!! Rosa banksiae 'Lutea' (commonly called Yellow Lady Banks Rose) is a climbing type rose, with beautiful double yellow flowers with a sweet scent. The flowers arrive in Spring and flower for many weeks. The stems are thornless and will reach a length/height of up to 10 metres if given room to spread. Works very well when grown over a garden structure, arbour, garden shed or similar structure.