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David Austin offers 5 new roses

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Spring 2011 rose collection announced.

| October 5, 2010

David Austin Roses announced the offering of five new varieties of roses for spring 2011.

The English Roses feature the full, fragrant old-fashioned flowers and full bushes that are Austin's hallmark. The roses can be used as long-flowing landscape shrubs, climbing roses, or in beds, borders and large pots. The five new English Roses are: pure-white Rosa 'Susan Williams-Ellis'; white species-look Rosa 'Kew Gardens'; lovely apricot Rosa 'Lady of Shalott'; rose-pink Rosa 'The Wedgwood Rose' and deep-cerise Rosa 'Tam o' Shanter'.

Additional information can be found at David Austin's website.

 

 

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