Description of Isn't She Lovely Roses:
The best roses have a way of sucking your gaze into the heart of them, through the labyrinth of petals until your nose is right up against them, breathing in the scent. Isn't She Lovely is like that. The flamboyant outer petals are almost white and the colour builds towards the middle, with a glowing peach and orange hue lurking in the eye of the flower. They may look dainty, but these petals have been bred to overcome that old enemy of the British rose grower: soggy, melting blooms due to damp summer weather. By the same token, these flowers are also top notch for cutting and displaying in a vase. The scent is decent, although, as with any rose, you will get the best aroma in a dry summer.
Characteristics of Isn't She Lovely Bushes:
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History and Parentage of Isn't She Lovely Roses:
Bred by the British grower Colin Dickson in 2008 from Poetry in Motion and Glorious.