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'Royal Jubilee' rose References
Website/Catalog  (2018)  Includes photo(s).
(AuspaddleRoyal Jubilee
The large, chalice-shaped, rich pink blooms are very beautiful, the petals incurving so that we can only just see the stamens within.  Thin, wiry stems show off the flowers with the utmost elegance.  There is a fruity fragrance with hints of blackcurrant.  It repeat flowers extremely well.  Named to celebrate Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee.  David Austin, 2012. [...]
We were honoured to name this rose in celebration of Her Majesty the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee.
Website/Catalog  (14 Nov 2014)  
Royal Jubilee (Auspaddle). David Austin Recommended Variety. Category English Roses./ (English Rose Collection). Bred By David Austin. Flower Type Double/Full Bloom. Hardiness Hardy. Fragrance Strong. Repeating Excellent. ‘Royal Jubilee’ is a unique rose for a unique occasion; we are delighted to introduce it in celebration of the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II. The flowers are very beautiful, being large and of a deep chalice shape; the petals incurving so that we can only just see the stamens within. The colour is a deep pink. Perhaps the most pleasing aspect of this rose is its growth which is typical of the English Albas; the stems being thin and wiry and showing off the flowers with the utmost elegance against typical Alba foliage. It has very few thorns. The blooms have a lovely rich fruity fragrance with hints of blackcurrant. It has excellent health, vigour and repeat-flowering qualities. 5 x 3ft.
Website/Catalog  (12 Nov 2014)  
Name: 'Ausparade'
Synonyms: 'Ausparade'
ARS Approved Exhibition Name: Royal Jubilee
S, dp, Austin, David; flowers large , double , globular, strong , fruity fragrance; recurrent; foliage like the Albas; prickles very few ; stems thin, wiry; growth vigorous (5 ft.). Introductions: David Austin Roses, 2012, U.K.
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