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Rosa - English Roses

Highly popular, English Roses combine the rosette form and perfume of old roses with the color range and repeat-flowering habits of modern roses. As Rose breeder, David Austin’s achievement is in marrying the romantic “English Rose” look with reliable garden performance, vigorous growth, full bushes, disease-resistance and prolific season-long bloom. Their graceful, shrubby habits make them ideal for mixed borders or large containers. Many varieties can also be trained as climbers or used to create flowering hedges.

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Rosa 'A Shropshire Lad' (English Rose)

Enjoying a rich, fruity fragrance, Rosa 'A Shropshire Lad' is absolutely ravishing with its large rosettes displaying up to 100 perfectly arranged, soft and peachy pink petals.

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Rosa 'Ambridge Rose' (English Rose)

Bred by David Austin in 1990, Rosa 'Ambridge Rose' is still very popular today for various reasons. First, it is particularly beautiful with its fully double, nicely cupped, blooms that open to form a loose rosette formation. Second, this lovely rose is rich of a powerful and outstanding myrrh fragrance. Finally, this small shrub rose blooms continually throughout the season.

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Rosa 'Anne Boleyn' (English Rose)

Adding excitement to the garden, English Rose 'Anne Boleyn' features lovely rosette-shaped, small blossoms (2.25 in. or 5 cm), packed with petals (110 petals) of the softest, warmest pink. They are produced in large sprays and borne on gracefully arching stems atop a soft green, highly polished foliage.

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Rosa 'Benjamin Britten' (English Rose)

This English rose combines beauty, fragrance, a remarkably long-blooming season and a high resistance to diseases.

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Rosa 'Bishop's Castle' (English Rose)

Very robust and healthy, Rose 'Bishop's Castle' (Ausbecks) is a repeat-flowering rose featuring profuse blooms of rich raspberry pink that pale as the flowers mature.

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Rosa 'Boscobel' (English Rose)

An absolute beauty which produces fully double clusters of cupped rosettes whose color invariably draws attention. The flowers start as red buds, gradually developing into perfectly formed blooms of a rich salmon color that change with age to a rich, deep pink.

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Rosa 'Brother Cadfael' (English Rose)

English Rose 'Brother Cadfael' enjoys some of the largest and most spectacular blooms of all the English Roses. Resembling peonies, the huge (5 in. wide or 12 cm), globular, clear pink flowers are deeply cupped, with reflexed petals (about 45) giving a slightly enclosed effect.

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Rosa 'Carding Mill' (English Rose)

An outstanding variety particularly suited to American gardening conditions, English Rose 'Carding Mill' (Auswest) features large (3in. - 7 cm), fully double, cupped blossoms (80 petals) in breathtaking shades of pink, rich apricot and soft yellow

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Rosa 'Charlotte' (English Rose)

One of the hardiest English Roses, Rosa 'Charlotte' enjoys ravishingly beautiful, fully double blossoms, up to 5 in. wide (12 cm), rich of a very pleasant, medium-strong tea rose fragrance. Each bloom is packed with many petals (100 petals) and opens gradually from rounded buds to exquisite, cup-shaped blooms, in a lovely shade of soft butter yellow.

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Rosa 'Claire Austin' (English Rose)

Vigorous, English Rose 'Claire Austin' will fill your garden with beautiful blooms and delightful fragrance. The cupped buds, with attractive pale lemon shades, gradually develop into large, (3.5 in or 9 cm), flat rosettes of creamy-white flowers (120 petals) when fully opened.

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Rosa 'Constance Spry' (English Rose)

Winter hardy, award-winning Rosa 'Constance Spry' is the first of David Austin English roses. This truly remarkable Rose produces sumptuous, huge, 4 in. wide (10 cm), deeply cupped, rounded double flowers full of soft pink petals (26-40 petals)

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Rosa 'Crocus Rose' (English Rose)

English Rose 'Crocus Rose' is a robust, free-flowering rose producing large clusters of cream-colored rosette-shaped flowers (41 petals), initially laced with soft apricot at the center.

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Rosa 'Crown Princess Margareta' (English Rose)

This English Rose produces large clusters of strongly fruity scented, many-petaled flowers, whose color invariably draws attention. It displays a simply exquisite apricot-orange color, slowly fading to yellow as the rosettes mature. This tall, slightly arching shrub is ideal as a short climber or for the back of the border, where in both cases, it makes a striking statement.

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Rosa 'Darcey Bussel' (English Rose)

A prolific bloomer with a lovely fruity fragrance, this small, bushy shrub rose is a fast grower. A bouquet in a vase is nice, but a garden with this stunning rose will keep the romance at your door for months! Excellent repeat bloomer.

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Rosa 'Gertrude Jekyll' (English Rose)

Fabulously scented with an old-rose fragrance, English Rose 'Gertrude Jekyll' produces clusters of the most beautiful, large, fully double flowers of rich glowing pink. Introduced in 1986 by David Austin, this beauty won the 2002 James Mason Award from the Royal National Rose Society and is considered one of the finest creations of David Austin.

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