Lichfield Angel® (Ausrelate) is a vigorous and nearly thornless shrub, which develops pale peachy pink buds that will open to form neatly cupped, cream rosettes. This rounded shrub is ideal for cutting, especially being less thorny than other rose varieties.
This English shrub rose bred by David Austin is named after an Anglo-Saxon painted sculpture discovered in Lichfield Cathedral.
- Lichfield Angel – English shrub rose bred by David Austin (2006)
- Size: 6 litre potted Rose
- Colour: Cream
- Rose head: Large domed, neatly cupped rosettes
- Fragrance: Light musk
- Suitable for: Hedges, shady areas, borders, cutting, pots & containers
- Position: Full & partial sunlight (North, East, South, West facing)
- Height & Spread: 4.5ft x 4.5ft (140cm x 140cm)
- Suitable soil type: All
- Measurements are approximate
- Images courtesy of David Austin® Roses