Nothing fairly says outdated world appeal like the common-or-garden rose. With magnificence second to none and historically with a scent to match, it’s little surprise it’s as beloved in landscaping as we speak because it was 100 years in the past.
Bred by David Austin, the Golden Celebration Rose is without doubt one of the most interesting English Roses available on the market with its very massive, deeply cupped, absolutely petaled golden-yellow flowers (55-75 petals) atop darkish shiny inexperienced foliage. Exceptionally aromatic, this rose shall be ideally suited for our Hawthorn undertaking because it exudes an unbelievable fragrance, a mixture of tea rose and fruit aromas paying homage to citrus, lychee or strawberry. ‘Golden Celebration’ may also hold the heritage flavour of the backyard alive and assist to steadiness the outdated conventional methods with our new fashionable method.
Blooming in flushes from late spring till early winter, this is a wonderful repeat bloomer.
‘Golden Celebration’ grows as much as 1.three metres and 135cm huge in a compact, rounded, barely arching shrub. It’s best grown in full solar or partial shade in wealthy, fertile, well-drained soils. Whereas yellow roses are sometimes extra susceptible to black spot, ‘Golden Celebration’ doesn’t appear to be affected by illness. Superb as a brief climber, over arbours and pergolas, in beds and borders, potted and as hedges or screens, this actually is a panorama gardener’s dream plant.
Winner of each the ‘Greatest Shrub’ and ‘Most Aromatic Rose’ awards on the Rose Awards Day 2000 and the ‘Award of Backyard Advantage’ of the Royal Horticultural Society in 2002, want we are saying extra?