Wildeve rose is one of the David Austin English roses with perfect rosette shaped pink/apricot colored flowers.
The blooms appear pink at first, then open to reveal blush petals touched with apricot. The medium size flowers are perfectly shaped and distinctly quartered. The large, very full flowers appear in small clusters. This English rose blooms prolifically all season long.
This rose bush is rounded, and well-branched. It arches gracefully, with blooms that simply cover the bush.
It makes a very pretty rose bush in the garden. The bush itself is very robust and healthy growing. It is resistant to both black spot and mildew.
If need be, you can plant these English roses in a bit of shade, and it will tolerate a part shaded area.
The flowers stand up very well in the rain, and the
bush is very winter hardy as well.
Type English Musk Rose
Hybridizer David Austin 2003(United Kingdom)
Growth Habits This forms a well rounded rose bush, that grows, 31/2’ tall, and 3 1/ 2 ‘wide.
Blooms Soft pink to apricot colored blooms, are rosette shaped and quartered with around 70 petals.
Foliage Large, semi-glossy, dark green foliage, is disease resistant
Fragrance medium, fresh fragrance
Hardy zone zones 5-10
This great English rose has similar features of a ground cover rose, and also the quality of flower of a beautiful English rose. It is the perfect rose to plant in a border, as well as planting along a fence.
It can be used as a shrub, hedge, or landscape rose as well. They can be planted in large pots or containers. Be sure to cut some for the vase, because they do well as cut-flowers also.
Deadheading the spent flowers will keep the bush producing flowers all season.
These David Austin roses were named after 'Wildeve'. A character in a novel by Thomas Hardy The Return of the Native
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