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English Roses

English Roses

David Austin has spent the last sixty years developing his award-winning English Roses. Combining the delicate charm and wonderful fragrances of the Old Roses with the wider colour range and repeat-flowering nature of modern roses, they are hard to beat for sheer exuberance of flower and scent. As a group they are renowned for their outstanding health, reliability and vigour. Their graceful, shrubby habits make them ideal for mixed borders, planting in large containers or for creating any kind of rose garden. Many varieties can also be trained as climbers or used to create fragrant, floriferous hedges.

   

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  1. Thomas à Becket

    Thomas à Becket

    English Shrub Rose
    This is a variety of very different character from the general run of English Roses, being rather closer to the Species Roses than to the Old Roses and more natural and shrubby in growth. A striking crimson-red; the individual flowers can best be described as shallowly cupped, opening as informal rosettes; the petals quickly reflexing as the flowers age. They are held in medium-sized heads; the individual blooms nodding attractively on the stem. They have an Old Rose fragrance with a strong lemon zest character. It forms a strong, rather informal shrub. Named for Canterbury Cathedral. David Austin, 2013.
    £18.00 - £24.50
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  2. Noble Antony

    Noble Antony

    English Shrub Rose
    Domed, full-petalled, deep pink blooms are set against dark green foliage creating a very attractive dark effect. They are complemented by an Old Rose fragrance. The growth is bushy and relatively compact. Named after Mark Antony in Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar. David Austin, 1995.
    £18.00 - £24.50
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  1. Darcey Bussell

    Darcey Bussell

    English Shrub Rose
    When young, the outer petals of each bloom form a perfect ring around an inner cup, gradually opening out to form a perfect, medium-large rosette. The colour is a deep, rich crimson-pink, taking on a tinge of mauve just before the petals drop. There is a light-medium fruity scent. It forms a compact shrub with attractive bushy growth. Named after the highly acclaimed ballerina. David Austin, 2006.
    £18.00 - £24.50
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  2. Sophy’s Rose

    Sophy’s Rose

    English Shrub Rose
    Bears crimson-pink, rosette-shaped flowers; the petals are small at the centre and increase in size, by degrees, until the outer petals are quite large, resulting in broad, rather flat blooms. It forms an upright, bushy shrub with compact, twiggy growth. The beautiful elongated foliage gives the overall impression of airy lightness. Named after the daughter of the founder of the Dyslexia Institute. David Austin, 1997.
    £18.00
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  1. Tess of the d’Urbervilles

    Tess of the d’Urbervilles

    English Climbing Rose
    A striking climber bearing large, deeply cupped, bright crimson-red blooms, with a pleasing Old Rose fragrance. It is a relatively compact climber clothed in large, dark green leaves. DavidᅠAustin, 1998.
    £18.00 - £24.50
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