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Boscobel - David Austin English Rose

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  • Title:  Boscobel - David Austin English Rose
  • Description:  English Rose 'Boscobel' has beautifully formed flowers of a rich salmon coloring that changes over time to a rich, deep pink. Its small petals are of varying shades, mingling to provide a most pleasing effect. The delightful, medium to strong myrrh fragrance has a hawthorn character with hints of elderflower, pear and almond. 'Boscobel' forms an upright, medium-sized shrub that is strong and healthy with dark green, glossy foliage. Approximately 78 petals per flower. Grows to 3 feet tall x 2 1/2 feet wide. (David Austin 2012, Auscousin.)
  • Copyright:  This image is provided copyright free for editorial purposes only. All other rights reserved. David Austin Roses Ltd.
  • Filename:  David_Austin_English_Rose_Boscobel_A41.jpg
  • Pixels:  2395x3600
  • Please credit:  DavidAustinRoses.com
  • Filesize:  1.49MB
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