The Lady Of The Lake (Ausherbert) is a floriferous rambler, bearing sprays of pretty pale pink flowers, which open to a boss of golden stamen. This rose produces a medium fruity fragrance with citrus notes and is perfect for attracting bees and insects.
This English rambling rose bred by David Austin is named after the ruler of Avalon in the Arthurian legend and is also pivotal in Sir Walter Scott’s famous poem of the same name.
- Medium English Shrub Rose bred by David Austin® (2014)
- 6 litre pot
- Sprays of pale pink semi-double flowers
- Flowers from June until September (repeats)
- Fragrance: Medium fruity scent
- Position in a sheltered location in full sun or partial shade (North, East, South, West facing)
- Suitable for all soil types
- Height & Spread: Up to 12.5ft (384cm)
- Suitable for a 10ft wall, fence, porch, doorway, obelisk or pillar
- Measurements are approximate
- Images courtesy of David Austin® Roses