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Award-Winning

Award-Winning

Many of David Austin’s English Roses have won awards, both nationally and internationally, for their delicious fragrances and outstanding garden performance as shrubs and as climbers. A number of varieties are recipients of the Royal Horticultural Society’s (RHS) Award of Garden Merit (AGM). The AGM awards are designed to help gardeners make informed choices about plants. Only plants meeting its high standards for outstanding quality and reliable garden performance bear the prestigious RHS stamp of approval. Other accolades include The Nation’s Favourite Rose for ‘Gertrude Jekyll‘ and The World’s Favourite Rose for ‘Graham Thomas’.

   

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  1. Queen Mother

    Queen Mother

    Patio Rose
    This is a pretty little rose, bearing semi-double, light pink flowers with golden stamens, held against dark, glossy foliage. The growth is spreading and nicely rounded. A very popular variety; it was named for the late Queen Mother's 90th birthday. Kordes, 1986.
    £16.50 - £22.50
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  2. Little White Pet

    Little White Pet

    Shrub Rose
    A dwarf, perpetual flowering sport of the rambler ‘Félicité-Perpétue’. It produces large clusters of small, white pompon blooms, densely filled with petals. They have a light but pleasing fragrance. The vigorous, spreading growth forms a compact, rounded shrub with neat, glossy foliage. Henderson, 1879.
    £16.50 - £22.50
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  1. Flower Power

    Flower Power

    Patio Rose
    The full-petalled flowers are peach-orange and have a nice, light to medium spicy fragrance. Its growth is low and compact. Fryer, 1998.
    £16.50 - £22.50
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  2. Peter Pan

    Peter Pan

    Patio Rose
    Dark red Hybrid Tea flowers. Tiny glossy foliage. Very reliable. Warner, 1998.
    £16.50 - £22.50
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  1. Sweet Dream

    Sweet Dream

    Patio Rose
    A floriferous little rose with light orange flowers of the most attractive, neat, full-petalled, cupped formation. The growth is bushy and upright with dense, glossy foliage. Fryer, 1984.
    £16.50 - £22.50
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  2. Centre Stage

    Centre Stage

    Ground Cover Rose
    An extremely low-growing variety. The thin stems have tiny leaves and are smothered in small, single, soft to mid pink flowers, which are produced from June to November. They have a classic musky clove fragrance. Warner, 2001.
    £16.50 - £22.50
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  1. Flower Carpet

    Flower Carpet

    Ground Cover Rose
    This is a popular rose with excellent health. It bears large trusses of small, semi-double, fuchsia flowers, produced continuously throughout the summer. Noack, 1985.
    £16.50
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  2. Scented Carpet

    Scented Carpet

    Ground Cover Rose
    Extremely floriferous and fragrant. The single, magenta-pink flowers fade to light-magenta with white centres. Its arching growth is clothed in shiny foliage. Warner, 2001.
    £16.50 - £22.50
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  1. Surrey

    Surrey

    Ground Cover Rose
    Attractive, rich pink flowers that pale over time. Blooms extremely prolifically and continuously. Spreading growth Kordes, 1985.
    £16.50 - £22.50
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  2. Worcestershire

    Worcestershire

    Ground Cover Rose
    A free-flowering variety with primrose yellow, semi-double flowers. Good ground hugging growth with glossy foliage. Kordes, 1999.
    £16.50
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  1. Grouse 2000

    Grouse 2000

    Ground Cover Rose
    An improved version of 'Grouse' with exactly the same flowers but with the advantage of very good repeat-flowering. It is also more compact, forming a solid carpet of flowers. Kordes, 2004.
    £16.50 - £22.50
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  2. Hertfordshire

    Hertfordshire

    Ground Cover Rose
    A low, spreading shrub with huge numbers of single, carmine pink flowers. Kordes, 1987.
    £16.50
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