English Roses

English Roses

Repeat free flowering modern shrubs with the appeal of old fashioned shrub roses In confined spaces can be pruned hard annually by removing 50% of the growth Growth on some varieties can be weak causing blooms to bow their heads Plant as specimens or as hedging Most are fragrant or exceptionally fragrant Plant 1 metre (39") apart as specimens. Some can be trained as climbers (see end of selection) Bred by David Austin these  compliment and can be used with the Renaissance Roses.

Some English Roses can be planted and trained against fences and walls as climbers. These are exactly the same plant as provided as a shrub rose, but the height is achieved by the way the plants are trained. The varieties you can use will grow around 180-240 cm (6-8') except where indicated -  Gertrude Jekyll, Golden Celebration, Graham Thomas, Strawberry Hill and Teasing Georgia (240-300cm (8-10').


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The small-cupped almost globular buds open to pretty many petalled blooms that are reminiscent of a water lily..

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The centres of the cupped blooms are a rich deep yellow, the outer petals which fall back fade to pale lemon. ..

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NEW.  Plenty of beautifully cupped formed blooms of unfading yellow with lighter cream edges are produced..

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NEW.  An English Hybrid Musk which has vigorous strong bushy upright growth that is almost thornless with..

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At first the blooms are deep cupped but soon open out to a shallow quartered cup. There are clusters of velvet..

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A sport of the pink variety 'Mary Rose', which occasionally reverts. Repeating well this has plenty of old fas..

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