English Shrub Rose 'Abraham Darby'
Rosa 'Abraham Darby'
Rose [Abraham Darby]
Rosa 'Abraham Darby' is an attractive shrub rose cultivar which is also known by the name Rosa 'Auscot'. It produces big, cup-shaped, rose-pink to apricot-orange flowers, sometimes blooms tend towards peachy-yellow shades. These flowers are attractively scented and appear from early summer. This plant is part of the English Shrub Rose Horticultural Group, they have been bred from crossing the Climbing Rose 'Aloha' with the Floribunda Rose 'Yellow Cushion. The flowers have many petals and they may be single or double in structure and scented.
Chip-budding best done in summer.
Hardwood cuttings best done in autumn.
Full Sun, Partial Shade, Partial Sun
Clay, Loam, Sand, Chalk, Compost
Soil PH preference
Neutral, Alkaline, Acid
Pink, Cream, Orange