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‘Queen Anne’ is another rose of classic Old Rose beauty, but more in the direction of the Centifolias or Bourbons. The medium-sized flowers are a very pure rose pink, the outer petals only slightly paler than the central ones. In habit ‘Queen Anne’ is quite upright but still bushy and has few thorns. It could be used very effectively in beds where more formal roses are required, or it would look equally at home in more informal surroundings, whether planted with other roses or mixed in with perennials. The flowers have a good fragrance with hints of pear drop at first, changing to a most attractive, rounded Old Rose scent. The ‘Queen Anne’ rose has been named to celebrate the tercentenary of Ascot Racecourse. The world’s most famous racecourse was founded by Queen Anne in 1711.
3.5 x 3ft.
3+ £14.50 each