A Shropshire Lad - Ausled

Rosa English Rose

  • Sold as bare root rose
  • Delicious fruity fragrance
  • Repeat Flowering
  • A Shropshire Lad reaches 10' as a climber
  • Multiflora rootstock
  • While still considered grade #1 roses, roses coming from Canada are much smaller than roses grown in the US because of the shorter and more adverse weather conditions.
This is a strong-growing, healthy shrub with large, glossy leaves. The flowers are cup-shaped in the early stages, opening to form attractive rosettes; their colour being a soft peachy pink. It is in every way an excellent and reliable shrub of above average size.
There is a delicious fruity fragrance in the Tea Rose tradition.

  • Height: 5-10 Feet
  • Spread: 4-5 Feet
  • Petal Count: 90
  • Bloom Size: 3.5"
  • Hardiness Zone: 5-11
  • Intro Year: 1996
  • AARS Rating: 7.3
  • Bloom Color: Yellow Blend
  • Breeder: Austin, David Austin
QTY Price Pre-Order Size
Sold Out $32.99 0 - [Get Notified] Bare Root - Modern Bush

Interesting Notes:

A Shropshire Lad can be grown as a climber and will reach 8ft.
The name is taken from A.E. Houseman's collection of poems about the county in which David Austin nursery is situated.

A Shropshire Lad Characteristics & Attributes

Fragrance
Rose Color
Yellow
Type
Disease Resistant
Yes
Other information
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