Help Selecting David Austin Roses

Choosing Roses for Specific Locations

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Need help selecting David Austin roses?


If you love those English roses, but are unsure of which ones to plant where... Or which ones are best for your specific spot... Take a look at these recommendations for choosing roses.



Click on any of the links to go to the page on that specific rose to learn more about it.

Best Bedding Roses

Ambridge rose

Bishop's Castle

Carding Mill

Charlotte

Darcy Bussell

Eglantyne

Jubilee Celebration

L.D. Braithwaite

Lady Emma Hamilton

Mary rose

Molineux

Munstead Wood

Queen of Sweden

Scepter'd Isle

Sophy's rose

Susan Williams Ellis

Tamora

The Alnwick rose

The Mayflower

Winchester Cathedral

Best David Austins for Hedges

Roses make great hedges!

For beautiful flowering hedges to make an impenetrable barrier or internal boundary, here are some suggestions;

Short Hedges:

Anne Boleyn

Darcy Bussell

Rose de Rescht

Munstead Wood

Sophy's Rose

Tamora

The Alnwick rose

Tall Hedges:

Hyde Hall

Strawberry Hill

Tam o'Shanter

Medium Height Hedges:

Bonica

Charlotte

Crocus rose

Harlow Carr

L.D.Braithwaite

Lady of Shallot

Mary rose

Molineux

Queen of Sweden

Scepter d'Isle

Susan William Ellis

Teasing Georgia

The Mayflower

Best of the Austin Roses to grow for Cutting..

Do you like cutting your roses? Would you like to know which ones make the best ones for the vase? Take a look below...

Charlotte

Eglantyne

Golden Celebration

Graham Thomas

Jubille Celebration

L.D. Braithwaite

Molineux

Queen of Sweden

Sir John Betjeman

Tess of the d'Urbervilles

The Alnwick rose

William Shakespeare 200

Molineux Rose

molineux austin rose

The Most Fragrant of the Austin Roses..

Abraham Darby

Claire Austin

Comte de Chambord

Crown Princess Margareta

Evelyn

Gertrude Jekyll

Golden Celebration

Harlow Carr

Jubilee Celebration

Jude the Obscure

Lady Emma Hamilton

Mme Issac Pereire

Princess Alexandra of Kent

Scepter'd Isle

Strawberry Hill

The Generous Gardener

Tamora

William Shakespeare 200

Young Lycidas

Shade Roses..

Need help selecting Shade roses?

The following roses will grow and flower in (partial) shade. Not full shade.. Partially Shaded spots!

Be careful not to plant to close to trees that will compete for moisture and nutrients.

Abraham Darby

A Shropshire Lad

Benjamin Britten

Bonica

Crocus Rose

Gertrude Jeykell

Golden Celebration

Graham Thomas

Grace

Hyde Hall

James Galway

Jude the Obscure


Kew Gardens

L.D. Braithwaite

Lady of Shallot

Mary Rose

Queen of Denmark

Rosa Mundi

Roseraie de l'Hay

St. Swithun

Susan Williams Ellis

Tam o'Shanter

Teasing Georgia

Tess of the d'Urbervilles

The Mayflower

Winchester Cathedral

Climbers for Shady Spots

A Shropshire Lad

Abraham Darby

Benjamin Britten

Constance Spry

Crown Princess Margareta

Gertrude Jekyll

Golden Celebration

Graham Thomas

James Galway

Malvern Hills

Mortimer Sackler

St Swithun

Teasing Georgia

The Generous Gardner

Climbers for Pergolas

Constance Spry

Malvern Hills

Teasing Georgia

The Generous Gardner

The Wedgewood rose

Climbers for Arches

A Shropshire Lad

Crown Princess

Margareta

Falstaff

Gertrude Jekyll

Golden Celebration

Jude the Obscure

Mortimer Sackler

Snow Goose

Strawberry Hill

St. Swithun

Teasing Georgia

Tess of the d'Urbervilles


Here you'll find a whole list of David Austin Climbing Roses...


Suggested David Austin Roses for Climates With Hot Summers..

In very hot climates, your roses will benefit from some afternoon shade.

It might be best to plant them where they will get only morning sun.

Some of the best ones for hot, dry climates;

Suggestions for Hot, Dry Areas..

Abraham Darby

Ambridge Rose

Benjamin Britten

Darcy Bussell

Graham Thomas

Harlow Carr

Heritage

Huntington rose

James Galway


Jude the Obscure

Lady of Megginch

L.D. Braithwaite

Molineux

Sharifa Asma

Sophy's Rose

Tamora

Tess of the d"Ubervilles

The Dark Lady

Suggestions for Hot, Humid Areas..

Abraham Darby

Ambridge Rose

Carding Mill

Charlotte

Darcy Bussell

Evelyn

Huntington Rose

Jude the Obsucure

L.D. Braithwaite

Lady of Megginch

Lady Emma Hamilton

Mary Rose

Molineux

Scepter'd Isle

Snow Goose

Sophy's Rose

Tamora

The Alnwick rose

The Dark Lady

William Shakespeare 2000

Winchester Cathedral

Help Selecting David Austin Roses for Cold Winters..

These are hardy to zone 4

A Shropshire Lad

Abraham Darby

Charlotte

Cottage Rose

Crocus Rose

Crown Princess Margareta

Gertrude Jeykll

L.D. Braithwaite

Mary Rose

Redoute

Scepter'd Isle

Sharifa Asma

Sophy's Rose

St Swithun

St. Cecilia

Susan Williams Ellis

The Dark Lady

The Mayflower

Winchester Cathedral

For Coastal Locations

Roseraie de l'Hay

This one you can plant in sand locations close to the sea.

Hyde Hall

Kew Gardens

Queen of Sweden

The Alexander rose


>Choose from these four For planting slightly further from the sea, and better conditions.

For Growing in Containers

Consider using clay pots rather than plastic ones, because they are heavier, and will be more stable in windy spots.

Try to choose a very large container, to give the roots plenty of room to develop, and keep the pot from drying out to quickly.

A container rose is entirely dependent on you for fertilizer and water, so pay careful attention!

Ambridge rose

Anne Boleyn

Benjamin Britten

Bishop's Castle

Charlotte

Christopher Marlowe

Darcy Bussell

Gertrude Jeykll

Golden Celebration

Grace

Harlow Carr

Kew Gardens

Lady Emma Hamilton

Mary Rose

Munstead Wood

Sophy's rose

Sister Elizabeth

Tamora

Wildeve

William Shakespeare 2000

Winchester Cathedral

Young Lycidas

David Austin roses will grow in a wide range of climates, don't miss out on growing them.....

I hope this information is helpful to you in selecting some for your garden!


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