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David Austin introduces three English roses, including ‘Roald Dahl’
David Austin Rose 'Roald Dahl'
Two other English Rose varieties new to North America complete an introductory line up: pretty ‘Imogen’ has soft lemon yellow flowers with a rare button eye of the type seen in antique Gallica and Damask roses, while ‘Bathsheba’ adds a fragrant climber with big beautiful apricot flowers to the Austin collection. All three varieties are products of a 20-year Austin breeding program.
David Austin Rose 'Imogen'
David Austin Rose 'Bathsheba'
With the new introductions, a total of 116 Austin-bred English Rose varieties are now available to American and Canadian gardeners at www.davidaustinroses.com.
Starting in Spring 2019, the three new English Rose varieties also become available in nursery pots at fine garden centers across the U.S. and Canada where David Austin roses are sold.
All orders shipped in spring at correct time to plant
While orders are taken year-round, David Austin ships bare root stock only January through mid-May, with shipping timed to correspond to the correct time for planting in the recipient’s area. The roses are sold on a first-come basis. New introductions typically sell out early.
To order, visit www.davidaustinroses.com, call 800-328-8893, or write to David Austin Roses Limited, 15059 State Highway 64 West, Tyler, TX 75704. All David Austin roses sold in North America are specially selected for North American growing conditions and climate zones. All are grown and shipped within North America.
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