Our Annual David Austin Rose Program
Our next David Austin Rose pre-order program will begin in late January 2020!
We're always excited to unveil our rose choices, with new gorgeous rose varieties added each year. David Austin roses are known for their beauty, strength and individual unique qualities. Each one is special, with a fragrance, colour and flower shape that creates personality in your garden. Whether it’s for a garden bed, rose border, hedge or wall, we’ve got the perfect rose addition!
Our rose pre-order program allows you to order your roses ahead of time, ensuring your selection. Your rose plant is then ready to be picked-up in April! This means you can use your pre-ordered David Austin Rose as a beautiful Valentines or Easter surprise gift, which can be planted in the garden in the spring and enjoyed for years and years.
Varieties of Rose Plants
We include different varieties of rose plants, so there's one to fit into every garden!
Shrub Rose – These roses have natural, shrubby growth in a traditional bush shape. Their habit can be bushy, upright or elegantly arching and their height can vary from being quite short to very tall.
Rambling Rose –Much more vigorous than shrub roses, they will produce great quantities of small flowers, although most do not repeat flower in one year. They are excellent for growing into trees and covering pagodas or large structures such as garages or sheds.
Climbing Rose – Generally have large blooms on not too vigorous, rather stiff growth, and most repeat flower during the year. Climbers are best grown on walls, trellises, arches and obelisks.
Standard Rose –These plants are created by budding three shrubs on a stem; hence the dramatic ‘tree-like’ effect. They are ideal for creating focal points in key areas of the garden and can also be used to line a path, frame a doorway or bring interest to a bare wall.
Planting Your Rose
Need some pointers on planting and caring for your new rose? Our blog post “Planting Your New Rose Like A Boss” will give you all the information you need to start out with your new rose, and continue keeping it happy in your garden! You can also take a look at our easy DIY rose video below where Jason shows you how to plant your rose bush!