Graham Thomas Rose - trade gallon
Graham Thomas Rose - trade gallon We don’t grow many roses, only two or three, because we haven’t the patience to spray and prune and spray and prune and spray, as many roses require in order to perform in the garden. But we consider Rosa ’Graham Thomas’ to be a winner. Introduced in 1983 at the Chelsea Flower Show by David Austin the blooms are double, of pure yellow and very fragrant. It’s generally classified as an English shrub rose, and it gets tall, 8 to 9 feet, so plan ahead. Correct cultivar name is Rosa ’Ausmas’ named for a duly famous English plantsman. Zones 5 - 9

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