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Top 10 pink roses

Posted on August 27, 2015 by Potter & Rest

We’re tickled pink about this…according to research conducted by The Horticultural Trades Association, more than 49% of Brits with a garden, grow roses. Hooray!

The red rose is of course, apparently, the most traditional bloom of the bunch to grow, but we like to change things up here, so are going all out for those pretty pink petals. Don’t forget autumn is a perfect time to get your roses in as the ground is still lovely and warm and snuggly for their roots. Here are 10 of our favourite pink roses:

Floribunda Rose ‘Tickled Pink’


This Rose of the Year 2007 has generous masses of pink flowers that have a medium scent.

Rose Constance Spry (Ausfirst)


Constance Spry from David Austin Roses™ produces magnificent, pure rose pink, deeply cupped blooms of luminous delicacy. It offers every shade of pink. It has a very strong myrrh fragrance. In fact, it was this rose that introduced the myrrh fragrance to the English Roses.

Rose James Galway™ (Auscrystal)


This rose has neatly formed rosettes with a delicious old rose scent. It is exceptionally reliable and healthy, and almost thornless. It is repeat-flowering.

Rose St Swithun (Auswith)

A lovely pink flowering David Austin rose that spreads to 1.2m x 0.9m. Strong myrrh fragrance. Old fashioned in appearance English roses offer all of the disease resistance of Floribunda or Hybrid Tea roses.

Rose Wildeve™ (Ausbonny)


A repeat-flowering extremely robust, reliable and healthy rose with superb pink blooms that have a fresh fragrance. An excellent performer.

Rose ‘Alan Titchmarsh™’ (Ausjive)– syn. Bardolino


A repeat-flowering, beautiful, fragrant rose of old rose character. 

Rose ‘Handel’


A climbing rose with dark stems and glossy green foliage. Large semi-double pink flowers with silver-white edges. Good fragrance. It also has an Award of Garden Merit (AGM) from the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS).

Rose ‘Princess Alexandra of Kent’ (Ausmerchant)


This English rose was named after Queen Elizabeth II cousin who is an avid gardener and rose lover.

It has large, full, double, warm, pink flowers that have a deep cup shape and a strong, fresh tea scent that changes as the flower ages, from a lemony fragrance to something reminiscent of blackcurrants.

Rose ‘Zephirine Drouhin’


A climbing/rambling rose with a deep pink, semi-double/full flower that has an old rose strong fragrance.

Shrub rose (H. Musk) ‘Cornelia’


A rose with large clusters of semi double coral pink flowers, which fade to apricot as they age.

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