From £9.90Size:0.75m (2.5ft) Colour:Pale pink Shape:Loose double Scent:Gentle Flowering:Repeat Group: Floribun
From £9.90Height: 0.8m Colour: Red Shape: Double Scent: Light Flowering period: Repeat Type: Floribunda
From £9.90Height: 1m Colour: Copper Shape: Double Scent: Light Flowering period: Repeat Type: Hybrid Tea
Buxom Beauty roses are, as the name suggests, a stunning variety. Deep pink in colour with large flowers that have up to 50 petals, they also give off a strong, fruity scent, making them a veritable feast for the senses. Members of the Hybrid Tea group they have been cultivated to be hardier than the classic tea rose, but just as beautiful. Buxom Beauty roses grow to between 3 and 4 feet tall, making them perfect for adding colour to your garden and shrubbery. Hailed as the most fragrant of all the roses these stunning plants make perfect cut flowers and look beautiful on the mantle piece. However if Buxom Beauty is not for you, take a look at the hundreds of other rose varieties we sell, or see the full range of hybrid tea roses available to buy online.
These stunning roses are happiest planted in a large bed or container and really stand out as part of a mixed border. They prefer full sun and well drained soil with plenty of organic content but they are relatively unfussy. Buxom Beauty roses are not just attractive to us; bees find them irresistible, their bright colour and heady perfume keeps wildlife happy too. On an upright and quite thorny framework, the voluminous blooms look naturally at home in a cottage-style garden. The complementary dark green foliage really makes the blooms pop when they are out. Which they are most of the time between the last spring frosts and the onset of winter.
Type: Hybrid Tea
Colour: Deep pink
Flower shape: Large, full
Fragrance strength: Strong
Final Height and spread: 3-4 ft x 2 ft
Approximate flowering months or season: Late spring until frost
Repeat flowering: Yes, good
Disease resistance: High
Buxom Beauty can look after itself and stands up well against pests and diseases, although it can suffer from mildew in bad summers.