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®

    26 Review(s)
    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
  • Golden Celebration®

    14 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®

    12 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
  • Tranquillity®

    7 Review(s)
    An attractive, very floriferous variety, bearing pure white, beautifully rounded, rosette blooms. Almost thornless with very healthy, vigorous growth. Light apple fragrance. Learn More
  • Teasing Georgia™

    11 Review(s)
    A yellow 4-5" rose (petals 50+) of delicate beauty. The flowers are of a particularly pleasing cupped formation. The center petals are in the form of a rich deep yellow while the outer petals fall back and fade to pale yellow, providing a most pleasing two-tone effect on a continual blooming bush. The growth is strong but gracefully displaying the flowers nicely. A pleasant tea rose fragrance. Winner of the Henry Edland Medal in 2000 for the most fragrant variety in the RNRS Trials. Learn More
  • Mary Rose™

    9 Review(s)
    Named for Henry VIII's Flagship. This is one of the most outstanding of the English Roses. Luscious, old-style, double 3 1/2" blooms (petals 70+) of a pleasant shade of medium pink give forth a strong, heady perfume. The quality of the blooms and great fruity/myrrh fragrance are matched by the quality of the bush. Strong growing, upright, very well branched, bushy repeat blooming plant. A must for every garden. Learn More
  • Tess of the d'Urbervilles®

    7 Review(s)
    Large fragrant 4" flowers (petals 70) of bright crimson coloring. They are of a nice, deeply curved shape in the early stages; the petals turning back to give a less formal but still attractive flower. They bend over with their weight, to give an elegant effect. The growth is robust, bushy and spreading and the leaves are large and dark green. Old rose/fruity myrrh fragrance on a repeat blooming plant. Short, armed with thorns / prickles, bushy. Medium, semi-glossy, medium green foliage. Learn More
  • Sharifa Asma®

    12 Review(s)
    A charming rose of exquisite delicacy. The double 4 1/2" blooms (petals 50+) are shallow cupped at first and gradually reflex to form a perfect rosette. The color is the most delicate blush pink, fading to almost white on the outer petals. A short, rather upright continual blooming bush. Exquisite sweet/fruity fragrance. One of the most beautiful English Roses. Outstanding in every way. Learn More
  • Crown Princess Margareta®

    7 Review(s)
    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
  • 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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