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In the 1940s, David Austin read a copy of George Bunyard's book on old roses and gave him the idea of crossing old roses with modern roses. His objective was to create new roses in the style of old roses, thus combining the unique charm and fragrance of old roses with the wide color range and repeat-flowering qualities of modern roses. In the year 2000 David began breeding cut roses. He was looking for roses with the shapes and fragrances of Old Garden roses but with the vase life of a commercial cut varieties. Alexandra Farms is growing these varieties for the cut flower markets and are testing many new varieties every year.
David Austin roses are really special roses for special occasions.
We can do solid or customized boxes;
David Austin roses 50cm / 10 stem bunches / 9 bunches per box