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'Teasing Georgia' rose Description
'Teasing Georgia' rose photo
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Medium yellow Shrub.
Registration name: AUSbaker
Exhibition name: Teasing Georgia
Bred by David C. H. Austin (1926-2018) (United Kingdom, 1987).
Shrub.  English Rose Collection.  
Yellow, apricot shading, light yellow edges.  Moderate fragrance.  Average diameter 3.25".  Medium to large, very full (41+ petals), borne mostly solitary, cupped bloom form.  Blooms in flushes throughout the season.  
Medium, bushy.  Medium, semi-glossy, dark green foliage.  
Height of 42" (105 cm).  
USDA zone 5b through 9b.  Can be used for cut flower or garden.  Vigorous.  a good subject for pegging.  Disease susceptibility: disease resistant, very blackspot resistant..  Remove spent blooms to encourage re-bloom.  
Australia - Application No: 2000/108  on  2000   VIEW PBR PATENT
Canada - Patent No: 1053  on  17 Oct 2001
Application No: 00-2110  on  4 Jan 2000
'Ausbaker' originated from a cross between two English rose varieties which took place at David Austin Roses, Albrighton, United Kingdom in 1987. The variety was selected for its attractive yellow flowers, old-fashioned flower shape, good fragrance and disease resistance.
European Union - Patent No: 4930  on  20 Sep 1999
Application No: 19971389  on  28 Oct 1997
Internal breeder code: P/27/88. No. 112 in the 1999 Monza Competition. (Source: Website Roseto Niso Fumagalli.)
According to the New Zealand Plant Variety Rights (PVR) web page, application for a PVR Grant for this rose was made March 30, 1999 (Aplication No. ROS706). The breeder's Reference for this rose is P/27/88. The New Zealand Trade Name is 'Teasing Georgia'.

The Royal National Rose Society classes this rose as a Cluster-flowered Shrub.