Lady of Shalott
Young, rich orange red buds open to form chalice-shaped blooms, filled with loosely arranged petals. The salmon
pink upper side contrasts beautifully with the golden yellow reverse. The smallish blooms exude a pleasant
tea fragrance. A young plant quickly forms a small shrub with arching stems. It can be a pleasing free-standing
specimen but is also ideal for training up on low 1.5 metre high fences.
|Dimensions||25 × 25 × 45 cm|
David Austin® Rose
A collection of fragrant English roses, with nostalgically shaped blooms.
They originate from cross pollinating fragrant Heritage roses with repeat flowering modern roses.
their growth habits vary from bush, shrub to climber.