St mary's rose




St Mary's Rose was named to commemorate the centeruary of the St Mary's school in Stratford.

Lovely fragrant cream and lemon blooms absolutely smother this rose. It is a low to medium grower producing a dense mounded plant. The glossy leaves are very showy on their own.


  • Certificate of Merit at Palmerston North Trial Grounds New Zealand, 2011


Classification: Floribunda

Flower Colour: Lemon and cream

Flower Size: 100 - 110mm

Petal Count: 25

Hight: 90 - 100 cm

Habit: Compact and busy

Fragrance: 3

Disease Resistance: Good

Year of Release: 2014

Introducer: Glenavon Roses Ltd.


Fragrance guide 1 = Little or none; 5 = Very Strong