Climbing roses for north walls: Danse de Feu A fine show of brilliant orange-scarlet, semi-double flowers of medium size, their colour deepening with age. Short, shapely buds open into globular flowers that eventually become flat. Little scent. Flowers freely, repeating well. This is a vigorous plant with plentiful foliage and so would be suitable for the slightly more challenging position of a north wall. 8 - 10ft.
Mme. Alfred Carrière, It bears large, cupped informal shaped, creamy white blooms flushed with pink, which have a sweet tea rose fragrance. In June and July it produces a magnificent display of blooms and continues to flower with great regularity until late in the season. This is a healthy, reliable and hardy climber with strong, upright growth and plentiful foliage is suitable in shade, on a north facing wall or growing through a tree. 20ft