Beautiful, very rounded flowers of soft apricot fading to cream. Strong myrrh and citrus fragrance. Bushy, upright growth. Extremely healthy. Excellent repeat blooms, chalice shaped blooms. Introduced by David Austin. Bright green foliage.
‘Wollerton Old Hall’ forms a wonderfully fragrant and particularly healthy climber, producing many stems from the base of the plant. It is almost thornless, so is very easy to train. Ideal for covering a wall or pillar.
Named after gardens in a 16th century hall in Shropshire.