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Potted Roses

Potted Roses

Potted roses are available all year round. They are very popular gifts and can be planted during the summer months outside of the bare root rose season. Once planted, they establish quickly in the garden, flowering in their first year – and for many years to come. Potted roses are delivered direct from David Austin’s nursery by courier. Each rose will arrive in a premium 6 litre pot, securely packed inside a sturdy, rose-print box. If watered adequately, potted roses can be kept in the same pot in which they are delivered for 6 weeks or more.

   

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  1. Eustacia Vye

    Eustacia Vye

    English Shrub Rose
    An exceedingly pretty rose of soft, glowing apricot-pink, each bloom packed with numerous delicately ruffled petals. Held on red-tinged stems, the blooms begin as shallow cups, opening to full rosettes, revealing petals of a richer hue, which gradually pale over time. They have a delicious strong fruity fragrance. A very healthy variety; it makes a strong, vigorous shrub with bushy, upright growth. Named after the flawed heroine of Thomas Hardy’s, The Return of the Native. David Austin, 2019.
    £21.50 - £28.00
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  2. The Generous Gardener

    The Generous Gardener

    English Climbing Rose
    Bears beautifully formed flowers, which nod gracefully on the stem. When the petals open they expose numerous stamens, providing an almost water lily-like effect. The flowers are a pale glowing pink and have a delicious fragrance with aspects of Old Rose, musk and myrrh. Named for the National Gardens Scheme. DavidᅠAustin, 2002.
    £18.00 - £24.50
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  1. Francis E. Lester

    Francis E. Lester

    Rambling Rose
    A beautiful rambler smothered with huge bunches of small, single blooms. These are blush white, delicately tinted with pale pink at the edges, later becoming almost pure white, creating the impression of apple blossom.They have a strong, pleasing musky fragrance, which carries over a wide area. It produces masses of small, oval, orange-red hips in the autumn. The growth is strong and bushy with elegant, pointed, glossy dark green foliage. LesterᅠRoseᅠGardens, 1946.
    £18.00 - £24.50
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  2. Paul’s Himalayan Musk

    Paul’s Himalayan Musk

    Rambling Rose
    Beautiful, little, rosette-shaped flowers are held in large, open sprays with each bloom held separately from the rest, creating a delicate, airy effect. They are a lovely pale pink colour and have a wonderfully strong musky fragrance. Although it is only once flowering, its blooms are borne in great abundance, making a magnificent display. An exceptionally tall, vigorous climber; it produces many long, slim, flexible branches which trail gracefully, hanging down elegantly from their support. Paul, 1876.
    £18.00 - £24.50
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  1. Adélaïde d'Orléans

    Adélaïde d'Orléans

    Rambling Rose
    A very beautiful and elegant rambler, with small pink buds opening to semi-double flowers, which quickly fade from cream to white. They are held in small, dainty sprays, hanging gracefully from the branch rather like the blooms of a Japanese cherry. The growth is very lax and not too vigorous, making it an easy variety to train. It also has the added benefit of being almost evergreen. Jacques, 1826.
    £18.00 - £24.50
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  2. Scepter'd Isle

    Scepter'd Isle

    English Shrub Rose
    This pretty rose bears numerous cupped flowers, each with yellow stamens. They are a lovely light pink, becoming paler on the outer petals, and have a powerful myrrh fragrance. It forms an elegant, upright shrub, its blooms held gracefully above the foliage. The name is taken from John of Gaunt’s speech, expressing his love for England, in Shakespeare’s Richard II. David Austin, 1996.
    £18.00 - £24.50
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  1. Mme. Alfred Carrière

    Mme. Alfred Carrière

    Climbing Rose
    It bears large, cupped, rather informal, creamy white blooms tinged with pink, which have a strong, sweet fruity fragrance. First flowering in June/July, it repeats until late in the season. The growth is strong, bushy and upright with plentiful foliage. Although rather stiff, training the stems will create a graceful effect. Schwartz, 1879.
    £18.00 - £24.50
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  2. Queen of Sweden

    Queen of Sweden

    English Shrub Rose
    Exquisite little buds open to half-enclosed cups, eventually becoming wide, shallow, upward-facing cups of pleasing formality. The colour begins as soft-apricot pink, gradually changing to pure soft pink over time. There is a lovely myrrh fragrance. It forms a bushy, yet upright shrub. Named to commemorate the Treaty of Friendship and Commerce between Sweden and Great Britain. David Austin, 2004.
    £18.00 - £24.50
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  1. Cécile Brunner

    Cécile Brunner

    Climbing Rose
    A very tall, vigorous sport of the much-loved bush rose. Its exquisitely formed, thimble-sized Hybrid Tea buds are pale pink and sweetly fragrant. They are held singly on thin, wiry stems, although later in the season it produces open sprays of blooms. The foliage is small but particularly luxuriant and it has relatively few thorns. Hosp, 1894.
    £18.00 - £24.50
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  2. Wildeve

    Wildeve

    English Shrub Rose
    Distinctly quartered, rosette blooms are produced on long arching branches. They are soft blush with a pretty apricot hue, the outer petals paling to almost white. It forms a bushy, mounding shrub. Named after the character in Thomas Hardy's The Return of the Native. David Austin, 2003.
    £18.00 - £24.50
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  1. Wisley 2008

    Wisley 2008

    English Shrub Rose
    The perfect rosette flowers are shallowly cupped, about 3” across, and are a very pure light pink. The outer petals pale prettily towards the edges. The growth is elegantly arching, producing its flowers along the stems and building up into a fine, vigorous shrub. Named for the Royal Horticultural Society’s garden. David Austin, 2008.
    £18.00 - £24.50
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  2. The Shepherdess

    The Shepherdess

    English Shrub Rose
    Bears medium-sized, deeply cupped flowers, with a few stamens. They are pale apricot – sometimes with a pinkish hue. The scent is fruity with hints of lemon. It forms an upright, bushy shrub. The name is taken from Sir Philip Sidney’s The Arcadia (1593). David Austin, 2005.
    £18.00 - £24.50
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