Australia - Patent on 19 Mar 2014
Application No: 2014/025 on 7 Feb 2014 VIEW PBR PATENT
In 2002, an unnamed seedling was selected to be the mother and an unnamed seedling to be the father. The resulting seed was sown in January 2003, resulting in a number of seedlings. The best of these seedlings was then selected. From this plant, in July 2003, 8 buds were taken and grafted (using the 'T'-budding method) onto Laxa root-stock outdoors. The following year, in 2004, the variety was considered good enough to be increased by grafting to 30 plants. Two years later, in 2006, the increase was up to 200 plants, and two years after that, in 2008, it was increased to 1,500 and then up to 5,000 in 2009, sufficient budding for a commercial introduction in the UK in 2010. Breeder: David Austin Roses Limited, Wolverhampton, UK
United States - Patent No: PP 23,099 on 9 Oct 2012 VIEW USPTO PATENT
Application No: 13/065,165 on 13 Oct 2010
This invention relates to a new and distinct variety of shrub rose plant named ‘AUSkitchen’, which was originated by crossing two unnamed, unpatented varieties of Rosa hybrida. ...The following description is of 1 year-old rose plants of the new variety grown outdoors in Albrighton, Britain in the month of August.