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David Austin's English Roses
(1993)  Page(s) 124.  
(AUSap) 'Lilian Austin' x 'Tamora', 1988. Description. Free-flowering. Flowers: yellow … they have a tendency to become tinged with pink in hot sunlight -- just as we find in the Hybrid Tea 'Peace'.
(1993)  Page(s) 120.  Includes photo(s).
Parentage unknown, 1983. Description. More of a Modern Shrub Rose than a typical English Rose. Pale Apricot, free-flowering.
(1993)  Page(s) 27.  Includes photo(s).
An excellent garden shrub… notable for its resistance to disease
(1993)  Page(s) 86.  Includes photo(s).
Bredon 1984. 'Wife of Bath' x 'Lilian Austin'... a short, bushy shrub... The flowers are of medium size, rosette shape and buff-yellow coloring, becoming paler towards the edge of the flower... a useful little rose for the small garden, for bedding or even perhaps as a low hedge...
(1993)  Page(s) 26.  
One of the first English Roses David Austin introduced when he formed his nursery in 1970.
(1993)  Page(s) 87.  Includes photo(s).
Description. One of the most beautiful of the single … roses, other than the Species Roses … pink. As a shrub, it does not have great strength and for this reason is not widely grown, but it received a "good" rating from the American Rose Society.
(1993)  Page(s) 103.  Includes photo(s).
Parentage unknown, 1982. Description. [Its flowers are] some of the most perfect of all the English Roses … a strong myrrh fragrance … It is close to an Old Rose both in flower and growth.
(1993)  Page(s) 90.  Includes photo(s).
'Duchesse de Montebello' x 'Constance Spry', 1970. Description. Flowers: rose-pink, Old Rose character, having a strong fragrance of myrrh. 'Chaucer' is one of Austin's earliest introductions and a parent of many of his better varieties.
(1993)  Page(s) 104.  
(AUSchild) 'Lilian Austin' x 'The Squire', 1987. Description. Deep garnet-crimson. It may suffer from blackspot in Britain, but will withstand winters in Zone 5 and above better than most roses. The company Fisherman's Friend bought its name in an auction for the charity "Children in Need."
(1993)  Page(s) 104.  Includes photo(s).
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