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Hi Res Gallery Rosa 'Graham Thomas'

  • Graham Thomas CU

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    David Austin's rose ‘Graham Thomas’ (Ausmas) was recently awarded the title of World’s Favorite Rose by the World Federation of Rose Societies (WFRS), which also inducted 'Graham Thomas' to its highly-selective Rose Hall of Fame. English rose hybridizer David Austin is internationally-known for his introduction of new types of fragrant, full-bodied English Roses that have the plump form and heavy perfume of Old Roses combined with the broad color range and repeat-flowering of modern roses.
    Image approx 5.5 x 8.5 @ 300 ppi

  • Graham Thomas Border

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    Rosa ‘Graham Thomas’ (Ausmas) from David Austin Roses has lovely yellow, cup-shaped blooms with a strong, fresh tea rose fragrance with a cool violet character. R. ‘Graham Thomas’ forms a bushy shrub sized five feet high by four feet wide. Hardy in USDA zones 5 to 9, it has proved a good performer in areas where summer heat and humidity can be problematic. It is spectacular as a garden shrub or climbing rose.
    Image approx. 8.5 x 13 @ 300 ppi

  • Rosa 'Graham Thomas' climbing

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    David Austin Roses' R. ‘Graham Thomas’ (Ausmas) is a robust Fragrant English Rose that excels as a climber, particularly in warmer climates where it can reach 10 to 12 feet and thus is ideal for climbing a wall, rose pillar, obelisk or fence. Hardy in USDA zones 5 to 9, it enjoys full sun but performs surprisingly well in partial shade. Its pure yellow, cup-shaped blooms have a strong, fresh tea rose fragrance.
    Image approx. 8 x12 @ 300 ppi

  • Rosa Graham Thomas

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    Rosa ‘Graham Thomas’ (Ausmas) from David Austin Roses has lovely yellow, cup-shaped blooms with a strong, fresh tea rose fragrance with a cool violet character. R. ‘Graham Thomas’ forms a bushy shrub sized five feet high by four feet wide. Hardy in USDA zones 5 to 9, it has proved a good performer in areas where summer heat and humidity can be problematic. It is spectacular as a garden shrub or climbing rose.
    Image approx. 5.5 x 8.4 @ 300 ppi

  • David Austin Sr. with Rosa 'Graham Thomas'

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    World-famous rose hybridizer David Austin with his rose ‘Graham Thomas’ (Ausmas) which was recently awarded the title of World’s Favorite Rose by the World Federation of Rose Societies (WFRS). The rose was also inducted into the WFRS's highly-selective Rose Hall of Fame. David Austin is internationally-known for his introduction of new types of fragrant, full-bodied English Roses that have the plump form and heavy perfume of Old Roses combined with the broad color range and repeat-flowering of modern roses.
    Image approx. 8.5 x 6.5 @300 ppi

  • Graham Thomas

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    Graham Thomas and Rosa 'Graham Thomas (Ausmas'. British rose hybridizer David Austin named his 1983 introduction Rosa 'Graham Thomas' for one of the leading horticulturalists of the 20th century, the late British horticulturalist, artist and garden writer Graham Stuart Thomas (1909 – 2003). Thomas was an enthusiastic collector of Old Roses and a frequent visitor to David Austin’s nursery in Albrighton in the West Midlands region of England.
    Image approx. 3 x 3 @ 300ppi