David Austin


Myriad tones of red and pink, magenta-crimson buds open into velvety, red blooms which deepens in shade over time, taking on tones of purple. These rosettes have a warm, fruity tea perfume with a touch of sandlewood.
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The David Austin cut flowers require great skill to grow well… The only grower [of David Austin Cut Roses] in the United States is Green Valley Floral Co.

- Garden Roses, the Future of Valentines Day? Washington Post Adrian Higgins