'King's Macc' rose References
Website/Catalog (28 Feb 2016) Includes photo(s).
Synonyms: 'Ann Wrighton', 'Beauty & Fragrance', 'Frydisco', 'Frydrama', 'Frykingsmacc'
ARS Approved Exhibition Name: King's Macc
Photo: Mark Miller HT, ab, Fryer; flowers yellow-apricot blend, small to medium, dbl., high-centered , strong fragrance; repeats well; foliage dark green; upright (3 ft.) growth. Roses in Review: Garden Rating: Exhibition Rating: Introductions:
Fragance & Beauty, Zen Roses
King's Macc, Fryer's Roses, 2003
Ann Wrighton, Ludwig's Roses, 2008
Awards: Silver Certificate, The Hague Rose Trials, Netherlands, 2006
Anyone who says modern roses have no perfume should try this one! The flowers are plentiful and each one is a stunning, classically formed beauty in a blend of gold, apricot and cream - and the scent is just sensational! Growth is vigorous with dark green foliage that appears to have splendid disease resilience. This is a rare gem that we predict will become hugely popular. It is named to commemorate the quincentenary - the 500th anniversary of the King's School in Macclesfield (From Fryer's website)