Royally brighten up your garden with our new varieties

This year we feel privileged to introduce two wonderful new varieties to our collection: Elizabeth (Ausmajesty), named in honour of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, Britain’s longest serving monarch, and Bring Me Sunshine (Ausernie), which pays homage to the great comedy duo, Morecambe and Wise.


(Ausmajesty) English Shrub Rose bred by David Austin

Elizabeth is an exceptional rose of true majesty and grace with generous blossom-like blooms held in clusters of plentiful, flat rosettes, which gently change from crisp apple blossom pink to the gentlest blush. Her fragrance is strong, sweet and delightfully refreshing with notes of lemon sherbert and Old Rose.


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Behind her name

In honour of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and with the approval of the Royal Household, we are delighted to welcome Elizabeth to our collection. Joining our family of royalty-inspired varieties, Elizabeth is an exceptional and striking rose displaying a generosity, continuity and presence befitting of the character of her namesake, Britain’s longest reigning monarch, Her Majesty The Queen.

These new roses represent the ability to lift the spirits and bring joy, all with a reassuring sense of dependability in this changing world

Bring Me Sunshine

(Ausernie) English Shrub Rose Bred by David Austin

This year we are delighted to welcome the glorious yellow-orange toned English Rose, 'Bring Me Sunshine'. A bright and friendly rose with rich yellow-orange blooms and a sunny disposition, accompanied by a warming Myrrh fragrance. Named after the uplifting musical hit, ‘Bring Me Sunshine’, performed by Morecambe and Wise, we welcome a spirited and vigorous rose, full of warmth and richness.


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Behind his name

This well-loved song was first recorded by The Mills Brothers in 1968, before it was adopted by the effervescent comedy duo, Morecambe and Wise for their second BBC series in 1969. It felt only natural to name such a vivacious rose after such a heart-warming tune. Described as the most illustrious and best-loved double act that Britain has ever produced, Morecambe and Wise started as a song and dance comedic team and went on to star in various films, television series and on chat shows.