Lichfield Angel
Lichfield Angel
Lichfield Angel
Lichfield Angel

Lichfield Angel

$65 Regular price
Tag or Stake
  • Cutting
  • Pots
  • Thornless/Nearly Thornless
  • Winter Hardy
  • Partial Shade

A top seller and much loved David Austin rose! The charming, peach pink cups of Lichfield Angel open to tidy, creamy apricot rosettes that emit a light, clove fragrance. With up to 110 petals on each bloom, this continually blooming rose provides large, 4”, domed, creamy-white flowers that pop against her semi-glossy, dark green foliage. Lichfield Angel is a shapely shrub, growing to be 4’ wide and 4’ tall. We love her in a cutting garden, in pots, or as a hedge as she fills out quite nicely.

More Information

Rose Type David Austin
Bloom Types Clustered, Cupped, Very Full
Breeder Code Ausrelate
Characteristic(s) Cutting, Pots, Thornless/Nearly Thornless, Winter Hardy, Partial Shade
Color White
Specific Color Peach pink opens to Creamy Apricot
Fragrance Lightly Fragrant
Hardiness Zone 4 (-30° to -20°), 5 (-20° to -10°), 6 (-10° to 0°), 7 (0° to 10°), 8 (10° to 20°), 9 (20° to 30°), 10 (30° to 40°), 11 (above 40°)
Rebloom Continual Blooming
Year 2006
Approximate Size 5' X 5'

Lichfield Angel

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Customer Reviews

Based on 15 reviews
So far so good

Got my Lichfield angel planted a couple weeks ago. It’s leafed out and already has like 5 or 6 buds. Looking forward to seeing the blooms

Beautiful rose with a delicate shade of yellow

We have over 150 different kinds of roses and we love this new addition! With the name having angel in it, we bought a stake and dedicated it to our Mom who has passed.

Slow To Start, Worth the Wait

This lady has been a slow starter, compared to most Heirloom Roses that practically burst into leaf overnight & flower the next week. Got her in June, took her time getting leaves, produced a couple of "meh" flowers, took a rest, & even now has only 2 blooms, but they are lovely. Just as advertised, starts out as a hint-of-peach globe, then explodes into a romantic cream-colored princess gown. Hoping she'll be a bit more generous next year, after a long winter's nap. as she is really very pretty.

Amazing blooms, even in shade

Planted this in late July in NorCal zone 10a. Was hoping for a shade tolerant rose for the north-facing side of the house (couple hours of sun with indirect light most of the day). Was delighted to see this rose leaf out quickly and surprised by five beautiful full blooms about six weeks later! Beautiful cupped heads with numerous petals, lovely blush to ivory color, and fragrance. This angel was made for the shade!

sally ricketts
great rose

I have bought two sets of roses from Heirloom. I'm a novice rose gardener. I purchased a Litchfield rose at the end of June and planted it the first week of July and watered it in well. It started as a green stick in a pot but quickly grew leaves and has already bloomed with blossoms just like the picture which have a lovely fragrance. Heirloom does a great job with hardiness, packaging, and sending.

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