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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  • Abraham Darby®

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    Old fashioned, large 5" cupped, very fragrant blooms of rich shades of apricot at times touched with gold. 100 petals. The flowers are produced in good numbers throughout the season on a great plant with disease resistance. May also be grown as a climbing rose. Glossy green foliage. Outstanding. Continually blooming. Learn More
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  • Benjamin Britten™

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    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
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  • Bishop's Castle

    Pink Shrub with a wonderful old rose/myrrh fragrance to grace your garden all summer. Boasting large, very full 3" pink blooms this repeat bloomer will provide you with plenty of color all season. A nice rounded bloom that sets on a complimentary dark green foliaged bush. Good for zones 6-10. Learn More
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  • 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
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  • Crocus Rose®

    This is a very robust and free flowering rose, bearing large, rosette-shaped flowers that are cupped at first; the petals later re-flexing. The color is soft apricot, paling to cream on the outer petals, the whole flower paling to cream with age. The blooms are produced very freely, in large clusters elegantly poised on the end of slightly arching stems. They have a delightful Tea Rose fragrance. 3 1/2" bloom with 41 petals. Learn More
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  • Crown Princess Margareta™®

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    This apricot orange blend rose is a unique color for an Austin English Rose. Vigorous, arching growth allows this to be grown as a shrub or short climber. Bloom 4-5", Petals 100+ Learn More
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  • 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
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  • English Garden™

    Fully double, old-fashioned blooms with wonderful form. A pleasing, delicate apricot yellow at the center fading to yellow at the edges.A profuse bloomer with a light lovely fragrance. Upright, bushy growth with pale green foliage. One of the smaller English Roses. Ideal for pots. Learn More
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