A rewarding rose that is very easy on the eye. ‘Bridge of Sighs’ boasts delicate bright peach petals when in bloom, which are semi-double in shape, and open wide in good-sized clusters.
The unique coloured blooms stand out even more contrasted against glossy, dark green foliage. Your garden will be treated to a display that truly maximises the time it has, thanks to its long flowering season from the early summer, through to autumn.
A wonderfully versatile variety of rose, this will look phenomenal as a feature on a fence, pergola, or trellis. Climbing roses are a delight for the environment, as they grow quickly with plenty of leaves - perfect for oxygen production.
This rose produces hips during autumn, containing the seeds of the plant. The bright colour attracts birds, which eat the hips and distribute the seeds. The trusses of flowers seen on this climbing rose turn into hundreds of handy hips.
Roses, such as ‘Bridge of Sighs’, play an important role in ecosystems producing food for pollinators such as bees and hoverflies. Our roses have been grown to be rich in pollen, with flower shapes that allow the insects to reach it easily, and their long flowering season makes them extra valuable. Rose plants also host a range of insects that in turn provide food for birds.
The vibrant shade and strong aroma of this rose will be particularly attractive to beetles and bumblebees.
For every rose sold, we are proud to donate £2.50 to the RSPB (Registered Charity in England and Wales no. 207076, Scotland no. SC037654) As the UK’s largest nature conservation charity, the RSPB strives to save species, protect habitats, and help to end the ongoing climate and nature emergency.
Manufactured under licence from RSPB Sales Limited to raise awareness of the RSPB (charity registration in England and Wales no 207076 and Scotland no SC037654).
For all licensed Products sold by The Harkness Rose Company Ltd, The Harkness Rose Company Ltd will donate a minimum of £10,000 per annum to RSPB Sales Ltd, which gives all its distributable profits through Gift Aid to the RSPB.