This is the best known Australian bred rose, released in 1924 by
It is an extremely tough and fragrant rose, bred for Australia’s hot, dry climate. Lorraine Lee bears rose-apricot coloured blooms in profusion, continually throwing flowers for almost 12 months of the year. The rich green matt foliage is very healthy and remains most of the year.
This rose is a sport of Alister Clarke’s bush rose Lorraine Lee.
4 metres high x 2.5 metres wide.