Princess Anne Rose

Deep Pink David Austin Rose

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The Princess Anne rose is a deep pink, fragrant rose from David Austin. This one has it's own very special beauty.

This repeat flowering beautiful rose produces large clusters of flowers that are very full petaled. The petals are a bit narrower than most, giving it a unique look. It produces blooms for a long period.

The flowers begin a very deep shade of pink, (almost red) and as they open, they turn to a medium, clear pink color with just a hint of yellow at the base of the underside.


Type English Shrub rose

Hybridizer  David Austin (United Kingdom) 2010

Blooms  Deep pink colored blooms, About 85 petals Flowers are around 4" across

Foliage  Glossy/green

Growth habit  Compact, bushy, upright habit of growth. It grows 3' high by 2' wide.

Fragrance  Medium/strong Tea fragrance

Hardy zones  zones 5-9


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Learn more about the Princess Anne Rose...

When introduced in 2012, this rose was a very exciting new development for David Austin. It had flowers a bit different than the standard English roses.  If you view (and grow) this rose you will see why.

The Princess Anne English shrub rose is on the smaller size for an English rose, and is perfect for borders, or low hedges, because it is repeat-flowering, and has thick, succulent, glossy foliage.

It also is a good choice if you are looking for a rose to plant in containers or a large pot.

Not only is it a striking color, repeat bloomer, and has a delicious scent, but it is also very disease resistant!

This rose "princess Anne" was named the "Best New Plant Variety" at the UK Grower of the Year Awards in 2011.

It was named in honor of Her Royal Highness, the Princess Royal.



If you grow this striking English rose, we would like to see a picture of it, and hear your comments about it. Won't you share comments (good or bad) and a picture?  (Thanks in advance)

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