This rose bears beautiful, medium-sized flowers of rich apricot colouring. They are of a flat rosette shape and slightly quartered at the centre; the outer petals falling back a little and becoming paler. They have a rich tea fragrance. The foliage and young stems are bronzy-red at first, becoming dark green over time. It is named after the model village in the Wirral built by William Hesketh Lever, where they have a beautiful garden of English Roses.
A very disease resistant and reliable shrub with vigorous, rather upright growth. It is particularly suited to growing at the back of a mixed border, where it will compete well with other plants.
Roses thrive on sunshine, ideally a minimum of four hours each day to perform their best. However, roses can still perform well in shadier locations, with selected varieties suitable for growing against a north wall.
Roses can be planted year round, but avoid doing so when the ground is frozen, waterlogged or in periods of drought. Dusting the roots with Mycorrhizal Fungi when planting will aid establishment. Allow your rose plenty of space to develop to its best, sited away from intense competition of trees & hedges.
Apply a thick layer of mulch around the base of the plant in early spring to help retain moisture and help keep competing weeds at bay. Gently fork rose fertiliser into the soil surface and continue to water well throughout the growing season. Dead-head flowers to encourage fresh new blooms to follow.
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