Spirit of Freedom

(Ausbite) Climbing Roses Bred By David Austin
Colour: Soft glowing pink
Flowering: Repeat Flowering
Fragrance: Medium-strong, Myrrh
Size: Short Climber 8ft
Breeder: David Austin

Large, deeply cupped blooms of soft glowing pink, gradually turning lilac-pink. Pleasing fragrance with a hint of myrrh. A strong growing variety. Read more

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 bare root rose

bare root rose

WHAT IS A BARE ROOT ROSE? Seasonal bare root roses are shipped in plastic free packaging 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.
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 bare root rose

bare root rose

WHAT IS A BARE ROOT ROSE? Seasonal bare root roses are shipped in plastic free packaging 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.
$29.00

Delivery - Jan - May 2021 (Zone Dependent)

Prefer a potted rose?

See Recommendations

Description

Large, deeply cupped blooms of soft glowing pink, gradually turning lilac-pink. Pleasing fragrance with a hint of myrrh. A strong growing variety.

Characteristics

Colour: Soft glowing pink BLOOM COLOR Color may vary depending on growing conditions. Color fade is a characteristic of some varieties.
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-strong, Myrrh
Family: Climbing Roses
Size: Short Climber SIZE GUIDE All measurements are approximate 'height x width' and refer to a 3 year old established rose, pruned once annually, measured during the first flush of flowers in June 8ft
Breeder: David Austin
Year of Introduction: 2002
Suitable for zones: Zones 5-10
Petal Count: 200 petals

Growing Conditions

East, South, West Facing
All soil types
Full Sunlight

Origin of Name

Named for the Freedom Association which campaigns for the preservation and extension of freedom in Britain.

Climbing Roses

Climbing roses have large flowers, held singly or in small groups. They are a wonderful way of creating height in the garden and, as most varieties are repeat-flowering, they are ideal for clothing structures with abundant blooms throughout the summer months. Perhaps one of the best uses for a climbing rose is to lift the front of a house by either hiding an ugly façade or simply making a beautiful house more beautiful.

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