The Lady of the Lake rose can grow to as much as 15 feet. These David Austin Roses are Ramblers with long canes that are slender and flexible.
The delicate looking, blush pink roses are semi-double bloom form, and come in large sprays.
They open to expose a thick boss of golden stamens.
The flowers on The Lady of the Lake rose are around 2" across with approximately 28 petals.
Type Rambler English Rose
Hybridizer David C.H. Austin (United Kingdom) before 2014
Blooms Semi-double, blush pink blooms have 28 petals, and are about 2" wide. Cluster flowered bloom form
Foliage Medium Green foliage
Fragrance Strong fragrance of Citrus
Growth Habits Healthy growing, climbing rose can grow to 15'
Hardy Zones zones 7-11
The large sprays of pretty roses repeats regularly all through the season.
The new foliage is bronze color and ages to green.
'The Lady of the Lake' rose is a healthy growing rose that is well suited for growing on a trellis, a wall, an arch or even into a small tree.
This rose is better suited for warmer climates (note the hardiness zones) 7-11.
This Rambler rose was named after the ruler of Avalon of the Arthurian legend.
Do you grow this rose?
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