Follow Rosa (Hybrid Musk intro by Pemberton & Bentall 1912-1939)
Catherine Penny has a National Plant Collection of historic roses (Hybrid Musk introduced by Pemberton & Bentall 1912-1939), which is planted in the gardens at Dutton Hall in Lancashire.
Pemberton & Bentall introduced these new hybrid musk roses to be long flowering and to develop into handsome shrubs with multi-headed sprays of flower on arching branches.
Catherine is looking forward to telling you more and to keeping you up to date with developments in the collection.
You will receive:
- a personalised certificate
- an introductory newsletter about the collection
- expert growing tips from the collection holder
- three newsletters a year about this National Collection
- our National Plant Collections Directory or Plant Heritage Journal
Your sponsorship will help us protect the diversity of our rich garden flora. We will be able to
- work with new collection holders to save plant groups missing from the National Plant Collection scheme
- provide more support to National Collection Holders through our bursary scheme
- train more volunteers to help collection holders across the country
- create a comprehensive resource about the incredible plants in our National Collections
Find out more about the National Plant Collection scheme
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