Australia - Patent No: AU4059P on 26 Aug 2010
Application No: 2004/132 on 15 Apr 2004 VIEW PBR PATENT
In 1992, seed parent unnamed seedling was crossed with pollen parent ‘Ausgold’. The seeds produced were sown Jan 1993 and grown in a greenhouse until flowering. Mr Austin selected the best seedling and from this and six buds were grafted to ‘Laxa’ rootstock. This seedling (to be later known as ‘Auspeet’) was further trialled and in 1995, selected for multiplication, and numbers increased to 60. Bud grafting was conducted each year to produce approximately 5000 plants by 1999. Throughout this period ‘Auspeet’ appeared to be genetically stable with no offtypes noted. Selection criteria: an English style rose with good fragrance and disease resistance. Breeding directed by D.C.H. Austin, of David Austin Roses Ltd, Albrighton, England.
First sold in USA July 2001.
Canada - Patent No: 3813 on 17 Mar 2010
Application No: 04-4095 on 9 Mar 2004
'Auspeet' originated from a cross between two unnamed seedlings, made at Bowling Green Lane, Albrighton, United Kingdom in 1991. Selection criteria included plant growth habit and repeated flowering.
European Union - Patent on 2004
New Zealand - Patent on 2004
United Kingdom - Patent on 2003
United States - Patent No: PP 13,992 on 22 Jul 2003 VIEW USPTO PATENT
Application No: 10/032,197 on 20 Dec 2001
Observations made from plants of six years of age grown in a garden environment at Albrighton, England, July, 1998