Climber (bare rooted)
Its strong pointed buds open to soft salmon pink cupped blooms. Lorraine Lee repeats flowering throughout the season, but if pruned at the end of summer, its winter flowering makes this a standout from other tea roses. It has rich glossy green foliage and is extremely hardy. This vigorous climber is one of the most popular Australian roses, introduced in 1932 as a sport of the famous Lorraine Lee bred by Alister Clark in 1924.
Height: over 300cm high x 200cm wide.