'Alnwick Castle' rose References
Website/Catalog (2018) Includes photo(s).
(Ausgrab) The Alnwick Rose
Pretty, many petalled, cupped blooms of soft pink. There is a rich Old Rose fragrance with raspberry notes. It flowers in flushes from early summer until the first frosts. It forms a nicely rounded, slightly upright, bushy shrub with plentiful, glossy green foliage. David Austin, 2001. [...]
Named for the Duchess of Northumberland, who has created one of the most impressive large gardens of our time at Alnwick Castle, which includes a magnificent display of English Roses.
Magazine (Aug 2003) Page(s) 35.
'AUSgrab'; S, pb, 2001: published in August 2002 American Rose; correct AEN is Alnwick Castle.
Article (misc) (Aug 2002) Page(s) 31.
Parentage: unnamed seedling x AUSgold
David Austin Roses, Ltd., 2001
... flowers pink blend... no fragrance...