Rosa Shropshire Lass CLG

Rosa Shropshire Lass CLG


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Bred by David Austin and one of the tallest English climbers, Rosa Shropshire Lass is a robust variety which has large, single, blush white flowers that fade to white. These bear a wonderful myrrh fragrance, so if grown up the front of the house, any visitors will be welcomed with both a vision in white and the divine scent.

Please note, our roses are available to purchase all year round, so depending on the time of year your rose may either arrive in bloom or have been pruned or deadheaded appropriately for the season.


Rosa Shropshire Lass follows its beautiful flowers with pale orange rose hips in autumn. An important rose for David Austin as not only was it one of the first climbing roses he bred, it is also the rose that all their English Alba Hybrids descend from.

  • Climbing rose grown for flowers
  • Flowering period: once
  • Fully hardy
  • Enriched, well-drained soil
  • All aspects
  • Full sun or partial sunlight
  • Sheltered or exposed

Dig a hole larger than the root ball and loosen surrounding soil, sprinkle with Mycorrhizal Fungi to promote root growth, position rose, infill and water well. Deadhead spent blooms to promote new buds. Please see our rose pruning guide.


A medium, strong myrrh fragrance.