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Hyde Hall (Ausbosky)
Patent No. PPAF

Category Potted English Roses
  (Potted English Rose Collection)
Bred By David Austin
Flower Type Double/Full Bloom
Hardiness Very hardy
Fragrance Light
Repeating Excellent

This is a very large shrub which, unlike most other shrubs of its size, has the ability to flower with exceptional continuity throughout the summer. It owes this ability to its unusual and original parentage. It can be expected to achieve some 7 or 8 ft. in height. It is exceptionally tough and disease-resistant.
The flowers, though individually not very showy, do have their own beauty and are produced with quite exceptional freedom. They are rosette shaped and their colour is a medium pink. Their foliage is not dissimilar to that of a Dog Rose.
'Hyde Hall' would be excellent for the back of a border or as a specimen in a lawn - or, being particularly tough, reliable and healthy, as a most attractive boundary hedge.
Although the fragrance is relatively light, it is nonetheless delightfully warm and fruity.
Named after the R.H.S. garden in Essex, which is set to be the Society's main garden for roses - and includes many English Roses.
6 ft. x 5 ft. 1.75m x 1.5m.

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How to grow Roses

- Cutting Roses For Display
- Disbudding Hybrid Tea Roses
- Hybridizing Roses
- Overwintering A Tree Rose
- Overwintering Roses In Harsh Climates
- Overwintering Roses In Mild Climates
- Planting A Bare Root Rose
- Planting A Container Rose
- Pruning A Climbing Rose
- Pruning A Rose Before Planting
- Pruning Hybrid Tea Roses



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