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Graham Thomas, Deep Yellow, English Rose (Shrub)


Also known as: AUSmas, English Yellow, Graham Stuart Thomas
Flowers:
Cupped, Double, Full, Medium, 35 Petals, Orange buds.
Strongly fragrant : Tea scented,
Peony-shaped buttery yellow blooms
Height: 5 feet x 4,
Habit:
Upright-bushy, Arching stems
Foliage:
Shiny, Small sized Dark Green
Cultivation: Vigorous, Climbs if Trained, Needs Support, OK in Poor Soil, OK in Container, Good for Pillar, Needs Sun, Disease Resistant
Introduced:
England: D. Austin: AUS- Austin Roses 1983
Parentage: Seedling x (Charles Austin x Iceberg seedling)
ARS Colour: dy Deep Yellow ARS rating: 8.4

Named in honour of Graham Stuart Thomas, famed English rosarian, garden designer, author and plant expert.

Rose Data (c) 2000, www.EveryRose.com - the Rose Reference Database used by permission.

Photos (c) 2003 Trevor Inkpen Used by permission

 

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