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The Lark Ascending - David Austin English Rose


  • Title:  The Lark Ascending - David Austin English Rose
  • Description:  A delightfully different English rose, 'The Lark Ascending' has medium-sized, semi-double flowers of just 22 petals each in a soft, warm apricot hue that softens over time. The petals are loosely cupped, and surround many stamens of deep golden-apricot. On the bush, the roses are produced from the ground upwards in heads of up to 15 nicely spaced blooms. The light fragrance varies according to the age of the flower, from Tea through to Myrrh. Choose 'The Lark Ascending' for a mixed perennial border or to feature among flowering shrubs where its tall airy growth will meld beautifully. It is vigorous and has exceptional health. Approximately 22 petals per flower. Grows to 5 feet tall x 3 feet wide. (David Austin 2012, Ausursula.)
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