David Austin® English Roses

David Austin® Roses are bred by crossing old garden roses with more modern roses to achieve the superb fragrance, delicacy and charm of the old-style blooms combined with the repeat flowering characteristics and wide color range of modern roses. Some English varieties are extra vigorous in warm areas as very large shrubs and some may want to become semi-climbers.

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  • Benjamin Britten™

    3 Review(s)
    Strong salmon-pink that changes with age to a particularly strong shade of pure pink. Deeply cupped flowers gradually develop into an open, slightly cupped rosette. Medium height; vigorous, with dense semi-glossy foliage. Ideal for the border or may be grown in a large pot or container. The fragrance is intensely fruity, with aspects of wine and pear drops. Learn More
  • Claire Austin

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    A beautiful, arching bush with gorgeous very full, globular cupped 3.5" nearly white blooms. This repeat bloomer will provide you with amazing fragrance in several flushes through the growing season. A grand upright blooming beauty that you will love in your own garden. petal count 41+, good for zones 6-10. Additional photos of ‘Claire Austin' are available on HelpMeFind Learn More
  • Corvedale®™

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    This rose forms a fine, well rounded shrub that is almost as broad as it is tall. It is therefore an ideal rose for a mixed border or as a specimen, perhaps in the more informal parts of the garden. Its 3" flowers are of a clear rose pink and of a distinct, open cupped shape-displaying their prominent stamens to excellent effect. It has the strong, pleasant myrrh fragrance that is almost unique to English Roses. A good, repeat blooming trouble-free garden shrub. Corvedale is a beautiful valley between England and Wales. Learn More
  • Eglantyne

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    David Austin says that 'Eglantyne' is one of his most beautiful roses. With delicate beauty, the deeply 4" cupped and fully double, ruffled blooms (petals 50+) are of softest, flesh pink and perfect for cutting as they are very long lasting in the vase. They are also graced with a great fragrance. An upright, bushy, well-foliaged continual blooming plant with rich, deep green leaves. Learn More
  • Geoff Hamilton®

    3 Review(s)
    A strong growing, healthy and exceptionally disease resistant rose. The 3 1/2" flowers (petals 100) are of a warm, soft pink, deceptively delicate in appearance. Cupped at first with the outer ring of petals dropping back and fading to white to provide a most attractive effect on a continual blooming plant. Learn More
  • Glamis Castle™®

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    `Glamis Castle' is the childhood home of Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother of England and the legendary setting of Shakespeare's play `MacBeth'. Fully cupped, many petaled 3" blooms (petals 70+) of old rose character and charm are pure white and endowed with strong myrrh fragrance. Continual blooming on a compact bush making it ideal for the smaller garden. . Makes a good cut flower and can be grown as a hedge. Learn More
  • Golden Celebration™®

    4 Review(s)
    Very large, deeply cupped flowers of approximately 3" across. The color is quite unusually deep and rich golden-yellow and exceptionally fragrant. These magnificent flowers (petals 55-75) are held on a very good repeat blooming shrub of ideal rounded habit of growth. The foliage is a dark glossy green that shows them off to perfection. Makes a good hedge. Learn More
  • Graham Thomas®™

    6 Review(s)
    Probably the most outstanding of all the English Roses. Breathtaking, double 4" blooms (petals 30+) of a magnificent shade of yellow with a texture that makes the old rose style blooms look almost too perfect to be real, having a mild tea fragrance. A great bush, vigorous, slender, and upright. In the South it may be trained as an outstanding climber. Whether trained as a climber or grown as a bush, `Graham Thomas' is sure to be one of the great roses of our time. Loves summer heat. Learn More

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