‘Williams Double Yellow’ Rose

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‘Williams Double Yellow’ Rose

Rosa spinosissima x R. foetida 4x4'. Bred by John Williams, UK, c. 1820. Also known as Double Yellow Scots Rose.

Butter-yellow 2" informal semi-double bloom of mild fragrance with a green pointed carpel in the center in the place of stamens. Dark green foliage is smaller than other roses. Hardy yellows are rare and tend to be coarser in habit. We let ours tangle together like a briar in a less formal garden. Will form a thicket you can let go and forget about pruning, except to remove dead canes. Z3. (9–18" bare-root plants)



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Roses

Plant crowns 4–6' apart, in a large well-fertilized hole, in an area with at least 4–6 hrs of sun per day.

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