Yellow English Rose: Graham Thomas
Graham Thomas is amongst my favorite yellow roses. A good true yellow, with plenty of fragrance. It's also very
vigorous, and can be extremely prolific given the right conditions.
I have a soft spot for the English roses anyway, and Graham Thomas is a good example of why!
- Class: English Rose (David Austin), Shrub.
- Availability: Commercially available
- aka: AUSmas
- Origin: Bred in United Kingdom (1983) by David Austin.
- Bloom: Deep yellow [dy] blooms. Strong, Tea fragrance. 35 petals. Blooms in flushes throughout the season.
- Habit: Height of 5' to 10' (150 to 305 cm). Width of 4¼' to 8' . (130 to 245 cm).
- Growing: Zone 5 thru 10.
- Disease susceptibility: very disease resistant.
- Seed: Charles Austin
- Pollen: Iceberg (floribunda, Kordes 1958) x Seedling
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