Bush (bare rooted)
Lichfield Angels' flowers start as deep cups which gradually open to neatly cupped rosettes of creamy apricot and then, as the petals turn back, to a more domed flower of creamy white.
The overall effect in the mass is almost pure white, forming a vigorous and most attractive, rounded shrub.
Lichfield Angel will be very useful in a border, as it will go well with all other colours and will act as an intermediary between the pinks and the yellows.
Fragrance: Light, but is strongly clove at one stage.
Height: up to 120cm x 100cm wide.