Large double flowers of white with an occasional blush of pink, they have tissue paper-like quality and a beautiful fragrance. Repeating throughout Spring and Autumn , it is one of the few shade tolerant climbers. Best on a wall, or pergola or large arch, the plant is vigorous and particularly in Spring will flower en masse.
Considering when it was bred 1879,
it still holds its own as a first choice for white fragrant climbers.
Bred by Joseph Schwartz of France
5 metres high x 4 metres wide
depending on training and conditions.