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.
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.