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Graham Thomas is considered one of the best roses in English Roses category. The flower is large, richly packed with petals, of intense fragrance and colour of old gold turning into lighter shades after full bloom. Growing best on sunny spots, it also tolerates partly shaded areas. It makes quite nice decoration on fences, in gardens or in balcony flowerpots. It blooms from May to October.
William Shakespeare’s blooms are of the richest velvety crimson, gradually changing to rich purple with the ageing of flowers. They are deeply cupped at first, the flowers soon opening out to form shallow, quartered cups. This rose has the strong, warm Old Rose fragrance. It forms a neat, upright shrub; each stem bearing a number of flowers.
Teasing Georgia is a yellow rose of delicate beauty; the flowers are of a particularly pleasing cupped formation. The centre petals are in the form of a rich, deep yellow cup, while the outer petals fall back and fade to palest yellow. It has pleasant, strong fragrance. It is planted on sunny spots in fertile, wet or dried soil. It blooms from May to October.
Tess of the D’Urbervilles
Tess of the d’Urbervilles bears bright crimson blooms which are beautifully formed; deeply cupped with loosely packed petals intertwined at the centre of each bloom. The petals eventually turn back. There is a pleasing mild Old Rose fragrance. It blooms from early spring to first frost. Ideal for growing on sunny spots, in fertile relatively wet soil.
Heritage has eye appealing flowers of medium size. Their colour is a very soft, clear pink at the centre, while the outer petals are almost white. There is a beautiful fragrance, with overtones of fruit, honey and carnation on a myrrh background. Heritage is a shapely, well-rounded shrub with strong, bushy growth and typical, pointed, greyish-green foliage.