Winchester Cathedral – David Austin English Rose – National Rose Month

‘Winchester Cathedral’ is a beautiful white sport of ‘Mary Rose’ that has a wonderful fragrance and a nice growth habit.




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5 Responses to Winchester Cathedral – David Austin English Rose – National Rose Month

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  2. I love the delicate coloration of this rose and I can almost smell that enchanting fragrance.


  3. Pamela Baker says:

    Another beautiful find in your collection of Roses. It looks like a very fragrant rose. We often don’t get many of these Roses in the US – unless ordering online. But am going to try to find this one!


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