Bush (bare rooted)
Named after an African antelope because like its animal name sake this rose is tough and busy; Impala’s strength lies in its ability to repeat flower quickly. The neat bush is always covered in buds and blooms. With its ability to repeat flowering, the bush grows into a neat dense shape clothed with glossy green disease resistant leaves as a base to the clusters of blooms. Each smallish bud is of a classical pointed shape of intense apricot which softens to lighter shades similar to the colouring of the Impala. A single mature plant would stand out as a focal point, planted in groups or as a demarcating border or hedge, it will be the highlight in a garden. It is stunning when planted in a large container.