English Rose - David Austin
(Auspeet) - The yellow flowers, tending towards mustard, are some of the largest among English Roses. Useful for a position where a really bold effect is required. The blooms are full and deeply cupped at first, but open to a shallower flower, usually revealing a button eye. There is a strong, delicious fragrance, which varies according to weather conditions. An impressive, eye catching shrub with broad, spreading growth that is vigorous and disease resistant. 1.4m x 1.2m.
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|Rose Type||English Rose - David Austin|
|Plant Breeders' Rights (PBR)||Protected Variety|