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David Austin English Rose Tottering-by-Gently


  • Title:  David Austin English Rose Tottering-by-Gently
  • Description:  David Austin English Rose 'Tottering-by-Gently' produces masses of single yellow flowers held in large, open sprays. It blooms freely, with repeat bloom from early summer till frost. The charming flower is simple, with 5 petals surrounding golden stamens. Each flower is about 2.5 inches across. The soft yellow color pales prettily over time. The fragrance is a light-medium musk with fresh notes of orange peel. If not deadheaded it will produce a very fine crop of large, long lasting, orange-red hips. It is a healthy shrub with rounded, branching growth that grows to approximately 4 feet tall by 4 feet wide, depending on climate and pruning. The orange-flowered companion plant is Helenium, a perennial prized for late summer and autumn color. Named for Tottering-by-Gently, a British cartoon series by artist Annie Tempest, which has appeared weekly, since 1993, in Country Life magazine.
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