Rosa alba Overview
A bushy, deciduous shrub with double, white to pale pink flowers.
How to propagate Rosa alba
By budding in summer.
Hardwood cuttings in autumn.
Hybrids are often propagated by grafting.
Other uses of Rosa alba
Grown for their profusion of late, bee attracting, summer flowers, often fragrant, and sometimes for their fruits (rose hips). Hedging. Suitable for coastal conditions.