David Austin Rosa Abraham Darby
The symmetrically quartered, fully double blooms are of a pleasing buff colour which intensifies into an apricot-orange shade as it unfolds in the sun.
Stems garlanded with glossy foliage sprout all over the bush, each bearing one or even three of these highly perfumed blooms.
If left to grow without cutting back the stems carrying spent blooms, it will grow into a very sizable specimen and could even be trained on a pillar or pergola.
Plant Height: Above Head Height
Colours: Apricot , Orange
Uses: Cut-flowers, Pillar, Trellis