English Roses, David Austin
|height: Shrub above 5 feet (1.5 m)|
|scent: Good or wonderful old rose scent|
|introduction: 1951 - 1965|
|usda zone: Zone 4 (-27ºC/-16.6ºF to -33ºC/-27.4ºF)|
|flowers: Fully Double|
|repeat: Repeat Flowering|
An arching shrub, as wide as high, with stems to 1.3m. Flowers large, loosely double, in loose clusters, pale pink, well-scented. In rose literature, though not in Shakespeare, the name is sometimes spelled Cymbaline. Cymbeline was a legendry British King, Cunobelinus, said to have reigned from 33BC. Introduced by David Austin in 1962. The View was photographed at Grignan village in southern France, and the close-up was taken at Mottisfont Garden Hampshire UK.
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