Master Hugh (Selection of R. macrophylla)

Trees and Shrubs Hardy in the British Isles, Volume 4, Page 111 (1981)
D. L. Clark, Sir George Taylor

Rosa macrophylla cv. 'Master Hugh'.—Fruits strikingly large, globose to ovoid. Raised from seeds collected by Stainton, Sykes and William in Nepal in 1954. Award of Merit 1966, when exhibited by Maurice Mason of Talbot Manor, Kings Lynn, Norfolk, and named by him. The original wild plant wa 15 ft high, growing on a steep hillside among conifers at Kali Gandakhi.

May 9, 2009 (SJH)

May 9, 2009 (SJH)

September 25, 2004 (SJH)