Bishop Darlington

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A classic workhorse garden shrub. Big, healthy, beautiful, fragrant, with near constant bloom, this rose is a gardener’s dream. Bred in 1926, it’s been gracing gardens from Zone 5 to 10 and looking equally as gorgeous wherever it is grown. The long pointed buds begin as a rich coral apricot and soften to peachy pink cream when fully open. This is a rose you may cut and bring into the home for a bud vase but its primary function is to show your neighbors that you grow roses and you grow them well!

Hardy: 5b-10b
Bloom: Large, semi double, clusters
Fragrance: Strong, fruity
Color: Apricot, peach, pink, cream
Type: Hybrid Musk

Our farm-grown nursery roses will be shipped in mid-spring 2019. Roses are shipped in nursery pots with extensive roots, so please plan to transfer your roses to larger containers or plant them in the ground upon arrival. Roses will arrive leafed out and ready to produce roses for you in spring! Roses sourced from our growers will be shipped as bare root roses after your last frost.

California Residents: You may pickup your roses at our farm the last week of April. We will refund your shipping costs upon pickup of your roses.

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