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Admired Miranda Roses - The blooms on the rose Admired Miranda will be somewhat full, carrying around 40 or so petals each and they will have a nice strong fragrance.  The plant itself will grow only to about 4 feet tall at full maturity with a width just a little smaller than that.

Alnwick Roses - The rose Alnwick will produce blooms that average just a little less than 3 inches in diameter and they will be very full with dozens and dozens of petals per bloom.  The plant itself will grow to a height of about 4 feet tall at full maturity and the blooms will have a moderate, old rose fragrance.

Amber Queen Roses - The rose Amber Queen will produce large blooms that average about 4 inches or so across and they will have upwards of 30 to 40 petals per bloom.  The plant itself will stay somewhat compact, only growing to about 3 feet tall at full maturity with a width of around 2 feet across.

Benjamin Britten Roses - The rose Benjamin Britten will produce blooms that will only grow a little over 2 inches in diameter and they will be very full with 50 to 60 petals per bloom.  The plant itself will grow to almost 4 feet tall at full maturity with a width of just a little less than that.

Bishops Castle Roses - The rose Bishops Castle is a raspberry pink that has a great old rose fragrance.  The blooms on this rose will grow to about 3 inches in diameter and they will be very full with as many as 80 petals per bloom.  The plant itself will grow around 4 feet tall at full maturity with a width just slightly less than its height.

Boscobel Roses - The rose Boscobel will stay pretty compact and will only grow a little over 3 feet tall and just shy of 3 feet wide at full maturity.  The blooms will be a little over 3 inches in diameter and they will be very full with over 50 or more petals per bloom.

Carding Mill Roses - The rose Carding Mill will produce blooms around 3 inches in diameter and they will be very full, carrying up to 80 petals each. The plant itself will grow to a height of about 4 feet tall, and a width out to around 3 feet across at full maturity.  This vigorous grower is well suited to most styles of gardens and can even be grown in a container.

Charles Austin Roses - The rose Charles Austin will produce apricot colored blooms that average about 4 inches or so in diameter and they will have a lovely fruity fragrance that is quite pleasant.  The plant itself can grow as tall as 10 feet at full maturity with a width out to around 6 feet.

Charlotte Roses - The rose Charlotte will produce great blooms that will grow just over 3 inches in diameter and they will have a modest fragrance.  The blooms, much like the rest of David’s shrub roses, will have a ton of petals, over 100 per bloom.

Claire Austin Roses - The parentage of this rose has not yet been disclosed however this is a white blended shrub rose that has a strong myrrh fragrance.  This rose will produce blooms that will average about 3.5 inches or so in diameter.

Constance Spry - The rose Constance Spry can be trained to be a climbing rose so make sure that you choose the location carefully for this one.  This rose is somewhat susceptible to rust and mildew so give it some extra attention.

Crocus Roses - The shrub rose Crocus will produce blooms that are about 3.5 inches or so in diameter and as I said previously, they will be very full roses that carry upwards of about 40 or more petals each.  The fragrance on this rose is fairly subtle, having a mild tea fragrance. 

Crown Princess Margareta Roses - The rose Crown Princess Margareta will grow to about 6 feet tall at full maturity, with a width of about 4 feet across.  The blooms will average about 4 inches or so in diameter and they will be extremely full, like most of David’s roses, with well over 100 petals each.

Darcey Bussell Roses - The blooms on the rose Darcey Bussell will reach an average diameter of about 4 inches and they will be very full, having upwards of 80 or more petals per bloom.  The plant itself will grow to a height of 3 to 5 feet tall at full maturity, with a width of just a little less than that.

Eglantyne Roses - The rose Eglantyne will produce blooms that average around 3 inches in diameter and will have a medium tea fragrance.  The blooms, like most of David’s roses, will have an absolute abundance of petal, well over 100 per bloom.  So if drying out rose petals is your thing, this is definitely the rose for you.

Evelyn Roses - The rose Evelyn will produce blooms that average about 3 inches in diameter and they will be extremely full, having as many as 100 petals per bloom.  The plant itself will grow to around 5 feet tall at full maturity with a width out to 4 feet across.

Fair Bianca Roses - This rose will make a great addition to just about any garden you could think to grow it in and it even will do very well in a container on your porch or patio.  No matter where you choose to grow the rose Fair Bianca, you will not be disappointed.

Falstaff Roses - The blooms on the rose Falstaff will grow to be about 3.5 inches in diameter and they will be fairly full, with around 50 or so petals per bloom.  The plant itself will grow as tall as 5 feet at full maturity with a width out to just a little over 3 feet across.

Gertrude Jekyll Roses - This particular rose was created by crossing the Wife of Bath rose with the rose Comte de Chambord.  The result is a wonderful classic pink rose that produces large blooms and have a strong rose fragrance.

Golden Celebration Roses - This particular rose was created by crossing the Charles Austin rose with the rose Abraham Darby.  The result is a gorgeous deep yellow rose with golden centers and a nice strong, sweet smelling fragrance.

Graham Thomas Roses - The rose Graham Thomas was created by crossing the Charles Austin rose with an offspring of the floribunda rose Iceberg, and an unnamed seedling.  The result is a wonderful deep yellow English rose that has a strong tea scented fragrance.

Harlow Carr Roses - The rose Harlow Carr will produce blooms that will average about 2.5 inches in diameter.  The blooms will be somewhat full with as many as 60 or so petals each.  The plant itself will stay fairly compact, only growing to a height of about 4 feet tall at full maturity, with a width of just a little less than that.

Heritage Roses - The rose Heritage will grow to just over 4 feet tall at full maturity with a width of about the same.  This rose is very hardy and is well suited to most gardens within zones 5 through 10.  Another nice feature of the rose Heritage is the fact that it is nearly thornless!

Huntington Roses - The rose Huntington will produce blooms that will average about 3.25 inches in diameter and they will be very full with well over 50 petals each.  The blooms will have a subtle fragrance much like old roses.

James Galway Roses - The rose James Galway will produce blooms that average about 3.25 inches in diameter and the blooms will be very full with over 100 petals per bloom.  This rose will grow upwards to about 8 feet tall at full maturity and it will spread out up to 10 feet across if left unchecked. 

Jude the Obscure Roses - The rose Jude the Obscure will produce blooms a little over 3 inches in diameter and they will have a very strong fragrance.  These blooms will also be somewhat full with as many as 70 petals or so per bloom.  The plant itself will stay fairly compact, only growing to about 4 feet tall at full maturity with a width that is similar to its height.

L D Braithwaite Roses - The rose L D Braithwaite will produce blooms that are typical for David’s roses, growing about 3.5 or so inches in diameter and they will be extremely full with over 100 petals per bloom.  The plant itself will grow upwards of about 6 feet tall at full maturity, with a width out to around 8 feet across.

Lady of Emma Hamilton Roses - The blooms on the rose Lady Emma Hamilton will reach an average diameter of about 3.5 inches and they will have a nice strong fruity fragrance.  The blooms will be fairly full with over 40 petals per bloom.  The plant itself will grow to a height of about 4 feet at full maturity with a width just a little less than that.

Lady of Shalott Roses - The blooms on the rose Lady of Shalott will reach an average diameter of about 3 inches and they will be very full with over 60 petals per bloom.  This rose has a very pleasing apple tea fragrance that makes it a joy to both smell and look at!

Lichfield Angel Roses - The rose Lichfield Angel will produce cream colored blooms that will grow to an average diameter of about 4 inches across and they may have a mild fragrance of cloves.  The blooms will be very full, having well over 50 petals per bloom.

Malvern Hills Roses - The rose Malvern Hills will produce blooms that are a little over 2 inches in diameter and they will have a mild fragrance.  The blooms will be somewhat full with 40 or so petals each.  Being a climbing rose, the plant will grow quite tall compared to many of David’s other roses, reaching a height of about 10 feet tall at full maturity. 

Mary Magdalene Roses - The rose Mary Magdalene will grow to a height of about 3 feet tall at full maturity, with a width of about the same.  The blooms on this rose will be very full, having upwards of 50 petals each!

Mary Rose Roses - The rose Mary Rose will produce blooms that are typical for most of David’s shrub roses, averaging about 4 inches or so in diameter.  The blooms will also be extremely full with upwards of 40-70 petals each.

Molineux Roses - The blooms on the rose Molineux will grow to just under 3 inches in diameter or so and they will be extremely full with well over 40 petals each.  Another nice feature about this rose is that it is nearly thornless.

Munstead Wood Roses - The rose Munstead Wood is a deep dark red shrub rose that has a strong fragrance.  The blooms will average almost 4 inches in diameter and they will be very full with up to 75 or so petals per bloom.  The plant itself will stay fairly compact, only growing about 3 feet tall at full maturity.

Old Garden Roses - There are over a dozen classes of these roses though the average grower usually isn’t familiar with them.  They include Damask, Bourbon, Tea, China, Alba, and several hybrid roses (though not the hybrid tea roses). 

Princess Alexandra of Kent Roses - The blooms on the rose Princess Alexandra of Kent will average just under 4 inches or so in diameter and they will have a strong fragrance that is much like the smell of lemon.  These blooms will be very full having up to 60 or more petals per bloom.

Queen of Sweden Roses - The rose Queen of Sweden will produce blooms that will grow to just under 3 inches in diameter at full maturity.  The blooms will be very full with over 100 petals each but they will have little to no fragrance to speak of.

Royal Jubilee Roses - The rose Royal Jubilee will grow to about 5 feet tall at full maturity with a width just over 3 feet across.  The blooms will be typical for David’s roses, growing just over 3 inches or so in diameter and they will be somewhat full with about 40 or so petals per bloom. 

Scepter D Isle Roses - The rose Scepter D Isle is very resistant to diseases and it is well suited to your flower beds, or a container for growing on your porch or patio.  This rose will do well in most regions within zones 5 through 10.

Sharifa Asma Roses - The blooms on the rose Sharifa Asma will grow to about 3.5 inches in diameter and they will be very full with as many as 90 petals per bloom.  The plant itself will grow anywhere from 3 feet to 5 feet tall at full maturity with a width of just a little less than that.

Shropshire Lad Roses - One unique aspect to the rose Shropshire Lad is that it is nearly thornless, making it a favorite among growers who can’t tolerate the occasional pricked finger.  This hardy rose will do quite well in zones 5 through 10.

Sir John Betjeman Roses - The rose Sir John Betjeman will produce beautiful pink blooms that will average about 3 inches or so in diameter.  The blooms will not have a big fragrance to speak of but they will be fairly full, having 50 or so petals per bloom.

St Swithun Roses - The blooms on the rose St Swithun will reach an average diameter of about 3 inches and they will be extremely full, which is typical of most of David’s roses, having upwards of 120 or more petals per bloom.  The plant will grow about 5 feet tall at full maturity with a width of just a little less than its height.

Strawberry Hill Roses - The rose Strawberry Hill is a very vigorous grower that will serve you well in either your flower beds or in a container to bring onto your porch or patio.  This rose should do well in most regions within zones 6 through 9.

Tamora Roses - The rose Tamora will grow up to about 4 feet tall at full maturity with that is a little over half its height.  The blooms on this rose will be very full, like most of David’s roses, having upwards of about 40 petals or more.

Teasing Georgia Roses - This rose was created by crossing the Charles Austin rose with an undisclosed seedling.  The result is a wonderfully colored yellow and apricot shrub rose that produces great flowers with a subtle fragrance.

Tess of the D Urbervilles Roses - The blooms on the rose Tess of the D Urbervilles will reach an average diameter of just over 3 inches across and the blooms will be extremely full, which is typical of most of David’s roses, having close to 100 petals per bloom.

The Dark Lady Roses - The rose The Dark Lady produces blooms that are just over 3 inches in diameter and they will be extremely full, having as many as 140 petals each!  The plant itself will grow to a typical height for a shrub rose, about 4 feet tall at full maturity with a spread of around 5 feet across. 

The Generous Gardener Roses - The rose The Generous Gardener will produce blooms that average about 2.5 inches in diameter and the blooms will be very full with well over 50 petals each.  The plant itself will grow upwards to about 5 feet tall at full maturity, with a width of around 4 feet across.

The Lark Ascending Roses - The Lark Ascending roses were first bred in 2012 in the United Kingdom by David Austin.  David is popular the world over for his many wonderful rose creations.  He is most notable for his shrub and climbing roses that are part of his old English rose collection.

The Pilgrim Roses - The rose The Pilgrim will grow nice and tall if properly trained, reaching heights of 10 feet tall at full maturity.  It also will grow up to 5 feet wide so this is one rose that you will need to do a little space planning with if you want to let it grow big.

The Wedgwood Roses - This vigorous grower will grow very tall if allowed, which is a bit unusual for one of David’s roses.  You can grow this rose just like a climbing rose, up to heights of about 10 feet or so tall at full maturity.  The rose The Wedgwood is an excellent rose for cut flower arrangements and it is very resistant to 

Wife of Bath Roses - The rose Wife of Bath will produce great blooms that average about 4 inches or so in diameter.  The blooms will be very full, carrying as many as 55 petals each and they will have a moderate fragrance of myrrh.  The plant itself will stay compact and bushy, only growing about 4 feet tall at full maturity. 

William Shakespeare 2000 Roses - This rose will produce blooms that will average about 3.5 inches in diameter and true to David’s style, they will be extremely full carrying as many as 120 petals per bloom.  This rose has a nice strong fragrance of old roses.

Winchester Cathedral Roses - The blooms on the rose Winchester Cathedral will start off white but they have a tendency to turn to light shades of pink over time.  The blooms will also be very full with as many as 80 petals each.  The plant itself will stay fairly compact, reaching a height of about 4 feet tall with a width out to about 4 feet across at full maturity.

Windrush Roses - The rose Windrush will produce blooms that average 3.5 inches or so in diameter.  The blooms will not be all that full, only carrying 15 or so petals per bloom.  The plant will also stay fairly compact, growing to a height of a little over 4 feet tall at full maturity, with a width of about the same.



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