Hyde Hall was selected for its very free-flowering of large white flowers and bushy habit. An outstanding plant for growing in a container for the deck garden, patio or outdoor dining area due to its fullness of flower.
Can also be grown most successfully in a garden setting and ideal for the smaller garden where it can be grown against dark green foliaged, free-standing or wall-trained shrubs such as free standing or climbing roses.
Plant in any aspect but when grown in a north-facing location there may be some green markings on the flowers. Prune in late winter or early spring by reducing all top gorwth by 1 third.