By Cerys Williams – Perrywood Plant Expert
For many gardeners the best part of growing roses is their scent. Roses have one of the most complex, widely ranging perfumes of all flowers.
Unfortunately, decades of cross-breeding roses to create new varieties with more intense colours that last longer has resulted in the loss of the fragrance that distinguishes roses from other garden plants. Luckily this does not apply to all roses and there are still an enormous number of highly scented roses to choose from. Read More →