David Austin Rose The Generous Gardener Climbing

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A rose of delicate charm with beautifully formed flowers, each nodding gracefully on the stem. As petals open they reveal numerous stamens reminiscent of a water lily. Each bloom is soft, glowing pink at the centre, shading to palest pink on the outer petals before eventually fading to almost white. The fragrance is strong and delicious, with hints of Old Rose, musk and myrrh, with foliage of greyish green, typical of Musk Roses, that remains well into the winter. Leave later flowers to form large orange hips for autumn and winter interest. Extremely healthy. Popular variety which also holds the RHS Award of Garden Merit.

The Generous Gardener is named in honour of the 75th anniversary of the National Gardens Scheme, which helps garden owners open their wonderful gardens, sharing their passion for plants and raising impressive amounts of money for charity.

One of the best and most popular of the English Roses. 'The Generous Gardener' is a healthy, disease resistant rose and is exceptionally strong. Plant near your house to appreciate its beauty and fragrance at close quarters.

Key Features

Plant Type: Rose
Hardiness: H5: Hardy - Cold Winter (-15C to -10C)
Plant Height & Spread (at maturity): Up to 15ft (4.5m)
Pot Size: 6 Litre
Foliage Colour: Green
Flower Colour: Pale pink
Fragrant Flower: Yes
Aromatic Foliage: No
RHS Award of Garden Merit: Yes
RHS Plants for Pollinators: No
Foliage Type: Deciduous
Soil Type: Chalky; Clay; Loam; Sandy
Soil Drainage: Moist but Well Drained
Light Exposure: Full Sun, Part Shade
Planting Style: Ideal for Walls, Trellis, Arches & Pergolas
Season of Interest: Spring, Summer, Autumn
Flowering (from - to): May - October
Planting (from - to): January - December

Plant Care & Advice

Roses thrive on sunshine, ideally a minimum of four hours each day to perform their best. However, roses can still perform well in shadier locations, with selected varieties suitable for growing against a north wall.

Roses can be planted year round, but avoid doing so when the ground is frozen, waterlogged or in periods of drought. Dusting the roots with Mycorrhizal Fungi when planting will aid establishment. Allow your rose plenty of space to develop to its best, sited away from intense competition of trees & hedges.

Apply a thick layer of mulch around the base of the plant in early spring to help retain moisture and help keep competing weeds at bay. Gently fork rose fertiliser into the soil surface and continue to water well throughout the growing season. Dead-head flowers to encourage fresh new blooms to follow.

Delivery and returns

We deliver products to all UK addresses. All orders are delivered within 5 working days. You will receive an email with a tracking number once the parcel is on its way. This can be tracked on the day of delivery. If you have provided delivery instructions your items may be left without a signature.
Your order will be delivered securely packaged in a sturdy, rose print box and will include a leaflet detailing planting and care instructions.

Delivery to UK mainland addresses is usually between 8am-6pm Monday to Friday, unless otherwise stated. Orders placed after 2pm may not be dispatched until the following working day. Orders for delivery to Northern Ireland, offshore islands and parts of the Highlands can take a day or two more.