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Rosa Paul's Himalayan Musk Rambling Rose Rosa Paul's Himalayan Musk is a hardy perennial climber with stunning pale pink flowers and scent. It is an old favourite introduced to the UK as far back as 1867 and has an RHS Award of Garden Merit. This is an incredibly popular rambling rose, and one of the best.
Rosa Paul's Himalayan Musk is a vigorous climber gaining heights of 12 metres over 5-10 years. Its long thorny shoots grow at a fast pace clinging to any available surface. In summer it produces light green leaves and a flush of small pale pink double flowers in rosettes. These blooms hang on open sprays offering one of the best displays around. The fragrance of Rambling Rose Paul’s Himalayan Musk is strong, and as per its name smells musky, deep and distinct. This rambling rose attracts pollinators and plant enthusiasts alike with its wonderful scent and gracefully trailing branches smothered in blush pink.
How Hardy Is Rosa Paul's Himalayan Musk This is a pretty and delicate rose, but also one of the toughest. It can withstand the cold winters of the UK and Europe, returning to flower each year.
How To Use Rosa Paul's Himalayan Musk This is predominately a climber, so it best suits a fence line, wall, pergola or arch– any vertical surface with some height is good for this vigorous rose. It is ideal as a screen for an unsightly building or dead tree.
How To Care For Rosa Paul's Himalayan Musk This rambling rose is popular not only for its beauty and scent but for its tough nature. It can take care of itself once established, and provided there is support it will grow unchecked with speed. It will grow along the ground too, or as a dense shrub. Rose Paul's Himalayan Musk is a great choice of climber for a gardener that loves delicate pink shades and has a large area to cover. Pruning is not necessary, but you can contain the height with winter pruning. Be aware that rambling roses flower on old wood, so cut back with enough time for new shoots to grow before the next year. New plants will need water until they are established and a thick layer of rotted manure in early spring will strengthen roots and produce a stunning display of flowers.
If you need a climber that is low maintenance and beautiful this is a top choice. Rambling Rose Paul's Himalayan Musk never fails to delight with its magnificent scented flower display and all the charm of a traditional English cottage garden.