Bush (bare rooted)
The Mill on the Floss bears large clusters of neat, deeply cupped blooms, each with a small boss of stamens. Initially mid pink, verging on lilac-pink, they pale as they open, the individual petals are beautifully defined by their carmine edges.
Held above the foliage, they nod gracefully on gently arching growth, and have a sweet fruity fragrance. A healthy variety; it makes a bushy shrub, clothed in glossy foliage.
The Mill on the Floss is named after the novel by George Eliot.
Fragrance: Medium to Strong - Fruity