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David Austin Recommended Variety
A very beautiful variety, bearing sprays of small, formal, rosette-shaped blooms. These start as coppery-apricot, gradually fading to a creamy shade of coppery-pink, creating a beautiful mixture of colours. Each bloom has a distinct cluster of yellow stamens. It is very fragrant – the perfume carrying far. ‘Cornelia’ repeat flowers very well and produces large sprays of bloom in the autumn on strong new stems from the base of the plant. It forms a fine, shapely shrub with good, quite small, dark green foliage. Introduced by Pemberton in 1925. 5 x 5 ft.