Rosa x hybrida 'AUSkitchen' ('Princess Anne')

Princess Anne Rose

Patents: PP#23099

Family: Rosa

Genus: Rosa

Category: Shrub - Deciduous

Zones: 5 to 8

Size: 4' tall and 3' wide

Exposure: Sun, Filtered Sun


Double large flowers, 4" diameter. 85 petals. Deep pink, almost red, becoming more pink with a hint of yellow on the undersides. Repeat flowering. Blooms over a long period in large clusters. Compact bushy upright shrub. Medium tea fragrance. Good disease resistance. Hybrid David Austin English Rose Collection.


Plant patent application filed in 2011. Objective "to produce a rose that retains the full-petalled character of an English rose, but has an overall character that is quite different. In particular, in this rose breed the young flowers are a deep pink, almost red, gradually fading to a pure deep pink that are borne on large, pyramidal clusters, where the individual blooms open in succession. The rose is also very disease resistant with thick, glossy foliage."

Best New Plant Variety at UK Grower of the Year Awards 2011, Gold Standard for All Roung Garden Performance at 2011/12 trials in Cambridge.


My Experience: 

I purchased a bareroot plant from David Austin Roses in January 2015.

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