Bourbon

This group are the resulting hybrids of crossing "Damask Roses" with "China Roses", this occurred for the first time in about 1818. The large fragrant blooms were very popular in Victorian gardens because they flowered for a much longer period than varieties already at their disposal. They make wonderful pillar roses, ideal for pergolas where the scent can be enjoyed.

Bourbon

<p>This group are the resulting hybrids of crossing "Damask Roses" with "China Roses", this occurred for the first time in about 1818. The large fragrant blooms were very popular in Victorian gardens because they flowered for a much longer period than varieties already at their disposal. They make wonderful pillar roses, ideal for pergolas where the scent can be enjoyed.</p>