All of the roses listed here are repeat-flowering, which means they flower in flushes providing color and interest in the border over several months. Nearly all modern roses, including David Austin’s English Roses, are repeat-flowering. To encourage repeat-flowering, dead-head your roses, either by removing just the dead flowers or cutting the stems down to the first full leaf. Dead-heading also helps maintain a tidier plant.
This variety's beauty is found both in the simplicity of its single flowers and the spectacular display they create when viewed en masse. Held in large, open sprays, the yellow flowers open to reveal golden stamens Paling prettily over time, they have a light musky scent, with fresh notes of orange peel. David Austin, 2018
Bears large clusters of neat, deeply cupped blooms, each with a small boss of stamens. Initially mid pink, verging on lilac-pink, they pale as they open, the individual petals beautifully defined by their carmine edges. Held above the foliage, they nod gracefully on gently arching growth, and have a sweet fruity fragrance. David Austin, 2018
Pink-tinged buds open to medium-sized cups held in large clusters. Pale yellow, paling to white at the edges; each with a rich yellow eye. The fragrance is similar to green Tea with aspects of lemon and honey. It forms a bushy, upright shrub. Named for the artist, designer and founder member of the Bloomsbury Group - sister of the writer, Virginia Woolf. David Austin, 2017.