Rosa 'English Miss'

Rosa 'English Miss'
Hybrid parentage Rosa 'Dearest' and Rosa 'Sweet Repose'
Cultivar 'English Miss'
Origin Cants of Colchester, 1977

'English Miss' is a floribunda rose bred by Cants of Colchester, England, and introduced in 1977.[1][2] The flowers are flush pink, camellia-like and emit a strong and sweet fragrance. The flowers are often borne in large clusters in the traditional floribunda style on a medium-sized rose. 'English Miss' is repeat-flowering, starting from June and progressing through to mid-October. Its flowers can stand up to rain. 'English Miss' can tolerate exposed conditions and it has good disease-resistance, especially against the common rose disease black spot.


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