David Austin Rosa Mme Alfred Carriere

Rosa Mme Alfred Carriere AGM

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Rootgrow 150g
Rootgrow Mycorrhizal Fungi 150g


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A striking climbing rose, dating from 1879, which flowers repeatedly from June until late in the season, with a profusion of large, creamy white flowers scented with a strong, sweet, fruity fragrance. The growth is strong, bushy and upright so be warned, this rose can grow very tall! Image courtesy of David Austin Roses.

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.


One of the most popular climbing roses today, it was bred in France by Joseph Swartz and described as worthless when it first came to market. However, by 1908 it was proclaimed as the best white climbing rose by the National Rose Society. Sadly Joseph Swartz died aged 39 yrs old and never saw his rose achieve its glory. It is a recipient of the RHS AGM (Award of Garden Merit), for all round excellence in the garden.

  • Climbing rose grown for flowers
  • Flowering period: repeat
  • 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.


Strong, fruity fragrance