David Austin


Patience (Auspastor): A delightful buttermilk rose with ruffled petals filled with fresh Old Rose fragrance with elements of fruit, lilac, and myrrh. The fragrance starts medium strong, but softens as the bloom ages, developing lemony notes.


Beatrice (Auslevity): Beatrice is David Austin’s first yellow cut rose. This rich buttery yellow garden rose begins as a ruffled cup and opens to a large classic rosette shape with a pleasant fruity fragrance. Its strong upright stems make it ideal for use in arrangements.


Juliet (Ausjameson): The soft peachy shades of Juliet combine well with other colors, creating a feeling of warmth and romance. One of the best known and most popular English cut roses. Juliet has a very light Tea Rose fragrance.


Edith (Auspluto): A large flower with a distinct, two-tone colour. Old golds and warm peaches combine in the middle, surrounded by yellows and outer petals of a deep rose tone. An intense fruity fragrance, with hints of raspberry and vanilla, enhances this spectacular rose.


Charity (Auswasher): Rosettes of pale pink with peach overtones open fully in the Charity rose. Charity has a prominent spring green stamen that adds interest to this delicate colored bloom. The fresh scent is reminiscent of Turkish Delight and rose water.


Rosalind (Austew): Small, blush-pink open to reveal peony-like blooms. With a gorgeous fruity fragrance, Rosalind can be added to mixed bouquets to add scent.


Keira (Ausboxer): Each rose is very subtly different, being a wonderful blend of blush pink and cream, often with warm peach highlights. Keira has a medium fruity fragrance and  a cupped rosette shape.


Miranda (Aussimmon): Rose pink blooms with green outer guard petals, reminiscent of a parrot tulip. As the blooms open, the guard petals lighten and eventually become hidden. Miranda has a delicate fruity fragrance.


Carey (Ausweather}: This charismatic rose is a true medium pink that combines well with all arrangements. Held elegantly on long strong stems, the blooms begin as large full buds which gradually unfold to very large cupped and quartered rosettes that reveal a cluster of yellow stamens once fully open. Carey has an alluring fresh rose scent with hints of cedar wood.

Constance (Austruss) is a wonderfully pretty and romantic rose, with an overall effect of soft pink. Constance’s lovely mix of rose pink to blush tones within the blossom adds to the charm. Blooms hold in a pretty cupped shape. Delicious fruity fragrance.


Darcey (Auschariot): The color of Darcey gradually transforms from a bright crimson to a raspberry red as the bloom ages. Darcey has a very light fruity fragrance and our longest vase life to date.

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