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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  • Royal Jubilee

    The large, deep chalice-shaped blooms are very beautiful, the petals incurving so that we can only just see the stamens within. The color is a lovely deep pink with paler pink on the underside of the petals, creating a wonderful effect. Thin, wiry stems show off the flowers with the utmost elegance against typical Alba foliage. There is a lovely rich fruity fragrance with hints of black-currant. Excellent repeat-flowering. Learn More
  • Tranquillity ®

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    An attractive, very floriferous variety, bearing pure white, beautifully rounded, rosette blooms. Almost thornless with very healthy, vigorous growth. Light apple fragrance. Learn More
  • Wollerton Old Hall

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    One of the most fragrant of all English Roses. Its strong, warm, intensely floral fragrance is in the myrrh family and has hints of apricot. The plump buds, with attractive flashes of red, open to form beautifully rounded, chalice-shaped blooms of soft apricot, which eventually pale to cream. It forms a particularly healthy, upright bushy shrub with few thorns . It will combine wonderfully with other roses and perennials. Position this rose where its strong scent can be easily appreciated. Named for Wollerton Old Hall, one of the most beautiful British gardens, where roses are grown to great effect in combination with other plants. Learn More
  • William Morris™

    2 Review(s)
    A tall shrub with attractive, rather arching growth and glossy foliage. The flowers are of a lovely glowing apricot-pink and of formal rosette shape. It is extremely hardy and reliable, making it an ideal rose for further back in the border, where it will withstand some competition better than most. It has a strong fragrance with elements of tea and fruit. Good repeat-flowering, especially for a shrub of its size. Good disease-resistance. Named after the artist, designer and writer to mark the centenary of the University of East London. Learn More
  • Tess of the d'Urbervilles®

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    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
  • Mary Rose™

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    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
  • The Ingenious Mr. Fairchild™

    4 Review(s)
    Large, peony like roses of deep pink touched lilac with a paler lilac on the outside of the fringe-like petals. Growth is spreading and arching into a well-rounded, mounding continual blooming bush. A strong fruit-fragrance with tones of raspberry, peach and a hint of mint. 3 1/2" bloom with 41 petals. Learn More
  • Teasing Georgia™

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    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
  • Scarborough Fair™

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    Modest in size and form, this lovely and reliable repeat blooming rose opens from round buds to form a 2 1/2" ball (petals 20) which is perfectly cupped hiding golden stamens in the center. The petals pale from soft pink to blush. Named for the English folk song made famous by Simon and Garfunkel. Learn More
  • Noble Antony ®

    A short, bushy rose with dark foliage and flowers of a pleasing shade of deep magenta-crimson. These are full-petaled and the outer petals turn back to make a perfectly formalized, deeply domed flower; an attractive and unusual shape. The growth is short and upright, making it ideal for smaller gardens and the front of the border. Always in bloom. Learn More

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