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David Austin English Rose Emily Bronte

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  • Title:  David Austin English Rose Emily Bronte
  • Description:  David Austin English Rose 'Emily Brontë' is an exceptionally beautiful, repeat-flowering rose with distinctive flat blooms. The flowers are a soft pink color with a subtle apricot hue. Sized 3.5-inches across, each flower has approximately 100 petals. The smaller central petals are a deeper rich apricot and surround a button eye, which unfurls to reveal deep-set stamens. It is extremely fragrant, opening with a delicious Tea scent that, over time, becomes more Old Rose with hints of lemon and grapefruit. The bushy shrub grows to about 4 feet tall by 3.5 feet wide. Its growth is strong and upright. It is particularly healthy. Grow in full sun or partial shade, with a minimum of four to five hours of good sun per day. Hardy in USDA Zones 4 - 10. Available in 2020 by mail order from www.davidaustinroses.com/us/ and in 2021 at independent garden retailers coast-to-coast. Named for Emily Brontë, an English writer best known for her novel, Wuthering Heights, published in 1847.
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