Roald Dahl

(Ausowlish) English Standard Tree Rose Bred By David Austin
PAT. PP2992

Best For Flowering

Best For Health

Color: Apricot
Flowering: Repeat Flowering
Fragrance: Medium, Tea
Breeder: David Austin
Year of Introduction: 2016

Soft orange-red buds open to medium-sized, cupped rosettes of perfect apricot coloring. They are produced almost continuously, are extremely robust and have a lovely medium strength Tea fragrance with leafy elements and dark fruit notes. Read more

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 bare root rose

bare root rose

WHAT IS A BARE ROOT ROSE? Seasonal bare root roses are shipped without soil or foliage. Best planted between January to May, depending on your hardiness zone, they will bloom come summer. A sustainable way of planting; they are cost effective and great for mass planting.
$70.00

Expected back in stock 2023

 bare root rose

bare root rose

WHAT IS A BARE ROOT ROSE? Seasonal bare root roses are shipped without soil or foliage. Best planted between January to May, depending on your hardiness zone, they will bloom come summer. A sustainable way of planting; they are cost effective and great for mass planting.
$70.00

Expected back in stock 2023

Description

Soft orange-red buds open to medium-sized, cupped rosettes of perfect apricot coloring. They are produced almost continuously, are extremely robust and have a lovely medium strength Tea fragrance with leafy elements and dark fruit notes. Very healthy; it forms an attractive, rounded, bushy head of growth with mid green foliage and few thorns.

Characteristics

Color: Apricot
Flowering: Repeat Flowering REPEAT or ONCE FLOWERING? REPEAT FLOWERING roses flower in flushes from late spring through to early winter. ONCE FLOWERING roses only produce a single flush of blooms lasting 3 to 4 weeks in mid summer
Fragrance: Medium, Tea
Family: English Standard Tree Rose
Breeder: David Austin
Year of Introduction: 2016
Suitable for zones: Zones 5-11
Petal Count: 55

Growing Conditions

North, East, South, West Facing
All soil types
Full Sunlight
Partial Sunlight

Origin of Name

Named to mark the centenary ofRoald Dahl’s birth, with the approval of his wife, Liccy Dahl – the coloring reminiscent ofthe eponymous peach in James and the Giant Peach.