Charles Dickens (Raw1064) Exclusive! - Hybrid Tea Bush Rose
Launched at Hampton Court Flower Show 2016
Personally selected by Marion Dickens, great-great-granddaughter of Charles Dickens and trust members of The Charles Dickens Centre to help raise funds for the building of a public museum, visitor centre and Rose garden at Gads Hill Place in Kent where the famous writer lived for the last 13 years of his life. Beautifully formed, eye catching bright red swirling blooms on long stems which flower in repeat waves from mid June to late autumn. Striking dark red early foliage which ages to an attractive semi glossed olive green with strong purple veins. Bred by highly regarded amateur breeder Ronnie Rawlins, this stunning rose is a high performance variety with excellent disease resistance.
Fragrance: Lightly Scented
Bush Rose Height : 90cm - 120cm / 3 - 4ft