The last replenishment of my rose collection happened last year. My new English roses David Austin: "Princess Alexandra of Kent, Ausmerchant) and "Abraham Darby," In beauty, these roses are definitely one of David Austin's best. In rose flowers, I really appreciate the change of shades and the game of light. These two classes of English roses (bone) have a large number of petals. Aromat is very strong. In my assessment, both roses get 10/10. Judge it yourself.
The English rose of David Austin Falstaff. It's a rose with large colors of dark mild or brown color that become dark purple with age. The shape of the flower is an open cup filled with blades. When the Falstaf rose is completely open, the yellow heart becomes visible. The color of the Falstaf rose has a strong smell of old-fashioned roses. The bush is straight, strong, quite tall. In David Austin's pet, this rose is considered to be one of the best in the collection in its flower gamma. The Falstaf rose is named after Sir Falstaf, the famous comic character of several Shakespeare works. In my personal rating, the Falstaf rose is getting an estimate of 9/10.
♪ It's a low bush rose with thin, curved runs and machroes of warm pale and pink colours, which then flourish to almost white. The big flowers of St. Sweetne roses have a strong aromatic of worlds typical of old-fashioned roses. The shape of the flower is an open cup filled with smaller, twisted petals. Name St. Swithun I've been honored by the 900-year-old Winchester Catch. The Rose of St. Sweetumn can be raised as a low pletist. In my rating, St. Sweetne's rose gets 8/10.