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Rosa Harlow Carr (Aushouse)'

Shrub rose

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Key information

Plant type

Deciduous shrub

Flower colour

Pink

Feature

Scented flowers

Hardiness

Hardy

Skill level

Experienced

photo by bbc.co.uk/gardening

Plant details

This variety is one of a collection of four, all named after the four gardens of the Royal Horticultural Society to commemorate the Society's bi-centenary in 2004. A tough shrub rose, it has been named after the RHS Garden in Yorkshire and produces medium-sized, rose-pink flowers. It has a bushy, branching habit and flowers freely for a long period over the summer. The scent is attractive, medium to strong, reminiscent of many of the old-fashioned shrub roses. Introduced at the RHS Chelsea Flower show 2004 by David Austin Roses.

Family: Rosaceae

Genus: Rosa

Cultivar: Harlow Carr (Aushouse)

Plant type: Deciduous shrub

Flower colour: Pink

Foliage colour: Mid-green

Feature: Scented flowers

Sun exposure: Full sun

Soil: Well-drained/light, Clay/heavy

Hardiness: Hardy

Skill level: Experienced

Height: 120cm

Spread: 75cm

Time to take cuttings: November to March

Time to prune: November to March


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