William Morris' David Austin Old English Rose. English roses are a group of roses introduced in 1969 by the English rose hybridizer David Austin. They have the full flower form and fragrance of old roses but bloom repeatedly and come in more colors.
'Heritage' - (David Austin) double light pink blooms, very fragrant lemony scent; upright, bushy plant with dark, semi-glossy leaves, few thorns and lots of flowers; top for hardiness of English roses;
English roses are perhaps the perfect compliment to any garden, but to a garden with cottage style most of all. By many gardeners’ accounts the “perfect” rose, these roses were bred by Englishman David Austin.