Strawberry Hill (own root) - (Ausrimini)

Rosa English Rose

Strawberry Hill bears medium sized, pure rose pink, cupped rosettes of superb quality. Their colour gradually pales to a lighter pink at the edges of the petals, eventually exposing glimpses of yellow stamens at the centre. The blooms are beautiful at all stages.

The growth is tall, vigorous and rather informal, with small clusters of blooms held on slightly arching brances. Strawberry Hill is very healthy with glossy, dark green foliage. This is a wonderful choice for a position to the rear of a mixed border, or for a border of shrub roses.

Strawberry Hill was awarded the Prix d'Honneur for fragrance from Nantes in 2007.


  • Height: 4- Feet
  • Spread: 4- Feet
  • Petal Count: 85
  • Hardiness Zone: 5-10
  • Intro Year: 2007
  • Bloom Color: Deep Pink
Size Price Avail Qty
Bare Root - Modern Bush $26.99 0 OUT OF STOCK

Interesting Notes:

Strawberry Hill can be used as a climber and will reach 8ft.

Strawberry Hill is named to commemorate a beautiful house at Twickenham, built by Horace Walpole, the youngest son of the first British Prime Minister, Sir Robert Walpole, in the style of the Gothic revival. He laid out a fine garden which is currently being restored.

Strawberry Hill (own root) Characteristics & Attributes

Fragrance
Rose Color
Pink
Type
Disease Resistant
Yes
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