Peachy orange hue that gradually matures to apricot-pink
Straight stems and a full, round habit
Rich, semi-glossy foliage
Strong ability to rebloom
You won't be able to keep your eyes off 'Carding Mill' when it blooms…if you do you might miss part of the ever changing color show that will make this plant famous among tour friends. Dense, upright plants begin to bloom in late May and early June with big, double, cupped flowers tht start off with a bold peachy orange hue that gradually, day by day, changes and evolves to soft apricot-pink at maturity. The ever changing show makes for great viewing and can be repeated at length throughout the summer because of its strong reblooming ability. "Carding Mill' is hardy, disease resistant and offers one of the strongest, most charmingly fruity aromas of any of the David Austin Roses. You'll love cutting one of these beauties to brighten up your home.
Characteristics and Attributes
David Austin Roses
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