Hyde Hall Hedging Bundle - 10 Roses
The flowers are produced in small and large sprays. Their colour is a medium pink and they have an attractive rosette shape and a simple beauty, but are very beautiful in the mass. Although the fragrance is relatively light, it is delightfully warm and fruity. The foliage is fine and pointed, similar to Rosa canina. It is exceptionally tough, reliable and healthy. The most outstanding characteristic of this variety is that it forms a very large plant, yet manages to combine this with an exceptional ability to repeat flower. No sooner has it produced one flush of flowers than it is sending new shoots out in all directions.
10 plants to cover a length of 27ft (9m)
5 x Hyde Hall
English Shrub Rose
Colour: Mid pink
Size: Very Large Shrub
Roses in this bundle
(Ausbosky) English Shrub Rose Bred by David Austin
Best For Flowering
Colour: Mid pink BLOOM COLOUR Colour may vary depending on growing conditions. Colour fade is a characteristic of some varieties.
Flowering: Repeat Flowering REPEAT or ONCE FLOWERING? REPEAT FLOWERING roses flower in flushes from late spring through to early winter. ONCE FLOWERING roses only produce a single flush of blooms lasting 3 to 4 weeks in mid summer
Fragrance: Light, Fruity
Bloom Size: Large BLOOM SIZE GUIDE Bloom size varies over the life cycle of each bloom. Measurements refer to the average diameter of a bloom at its prime. LARGE BLOOM: 3.5-5" MEDIUM BLOOM: 2-3.5" SMALL BLOOM 1-2"
Family: English Shrub Rose
Size: Very Large Shrub SIZE GUIDE All measurements are approximate 'height x width' and refer to a 3 year old established rose, pruned once annually, measured during the first flush of flowers in June. 5ft (150cm) 5ft (150cm)
A very large shrub, producing mid pink, rosette blooms in both small and large sprays. The individual blooms have a simple beauty but are particularly impressive when viewed en masse. The foliage is fin... Read more
A very large shrub, producing mid pink, rosette blooms in both small and large sprays. The individual blooms have a simple beauty but are particularly impressive when viewed en masse. The foliage is fine and pointed, similar to that of a Wild Rose. It is very tough, reliable and healthy. Named after the Royal Horticultural Society’s Essex estate, which includes many English Roses. David Austin, 2004. Read less