Be enthralled by the fascinating complexities of ‘Simple Yellow’.
This is a repeat-flowering shrub rose that bursts to life throughout the warm summer months. Strongly fragrant, the yellow blooms particularly ‘pop’ when contrasted against the dark green and glossy foliage.
Roses, such as ‘Simple Yellow’, play a crucial role in our world’s eco-system as phenomenal producers of pollen. Pollination is the process when pollen is passed from one flower to another, via a live carrier or blowing wind, to produce seeds.
When thinking of friendly garden pollinators that carry out this vital work, bees and butterflies may first spring to mind, however many bird species also play a big part in the process as they spread pollen when flitting from flower to flower.
Our roses are a delight for birds as they grow with pollen-rich stamens, just waiting to burst out with a yellow glow in the summer months.
For every rose sold, we are proud to donate £2.50 to the RSPB (Registered Charity in England and Wales no. 207076, Scotland no. SC037654) As the UK’s largest nature conservation charity, the RSPB strives to save species, protect habitats, and help to end the ongoing climate and nature emergency.
Supplied freshly in a 3L pot, ready to be planted out. Please note at certain times of the year this variety may be supplied in a 4L pot.
We always endeavour to provide beautifully formed plants; however, our roses will naturally start to lose their leaves from October to prepare for the colder months. Do not worry though, as they will flourish once again with leaves and buds in the spring. Please, make sure you consider the season when purchasing our remarkable roses for yourself or loved ones.
Manufactured under licence from RSPB Sales Limited to raise awareness of the RSPB (charity registration in England and Wales no 207076 and Scotland no SC037654).
For all licensed Products sold by The Harkness Rose Company Ltd, The Harkness Rose Company Ltd will donate a minimum of £10,000 per annum to RSPB Sales Ltd, which gives all its distributable profits through Gift Aid to the RSPB.