Ayrshire Splendens

Ayrshire Splendens produces delicate clusters of pink/purple buds that open to small creamy white blooms. These open flat and reveal bright yellow stamens. Distinguishable is the strong myrrh fragrance. This is a great rambler having very pliable growth reaching 15′ – 20′ in its maturity. Being shade tolerant this rose can be used to grow along walls, fences, arches pergulos and even into trees. All roses have been grown and tended in our family-owned rose nursery.


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Other Names

R. arvensis ayrshirea splendens, Rosa arvensis splendens, Splendens, The Myrrh-scented Rose

Fragrance

Shrub Form
Bloom Size

Petal Count

Hardy

Breeder

Year Bred

Before 1837

Repeat Bloomer

Rose Height

15' – 20'

Root Form

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The heights & zones are guidelines only. Roses & fruit trees grow differently in different zones, and require proper winter protection accordingly.

Ayrshire Splendens produces delicate clusters of pink/purple buds that open to small creamy white blooms. These open flat and reveal bright yellow stamens. Distinguishable is the strong myrrh fragrance. This is a great rambler having very pliable growth reaching 15′ – 20′ in its maturity. Being shade tolerant this rose can be used to grow along walls, fences, arches pergulos and even into trees

Ayrshire Splendens produces delicate clusters of pink/purple buds that open to small creamy white blooms. These open flat and reveal bright yellow stamens. Distinguishable is the strong myrrh fragrance. This is a great rambler having very pliable growth reaching 15′ – 20′ in its maturity. Being shade tolerant this rose can be used to grow along walls, fences, arches pergulos and even into trees