carding mills
carding mills
carding mills

Carding Mill™

$65 Regular price
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  • Container Friendly

2023 LIMITED RELEASE! Carding Mill is delightful with lovely, soft, apricot coloring which pales to cream on the outer petals. Older blooms will pale to the yummiest cream. She is a true, delicate, English Rose with 3” blooms of 41+ petals against green, semi-glossy foliage. Thriving in the sun, this free-flowering rose will produce blooms in large clusters on long, slightly arching stems. You will love Carding Mill's tea rose fragrance, which is always best in the early morning.

More Information

Rose Type David Austin
SKU EN772 GALLON
Bloom Types Very Full
Breeder Code Auswest
Characteristic(s) Container Friendly
Color Apricot
Specific Color Apricot-Orange
Fragrance Moderately Fragrant
Hardiness Zone 6 (-10° to 0°), 7 (0° to 10°), 8 (10° to 20°), 9 (20° to 30°), 10 (30° to 40°)
Rebloom Repeat Blooming
Year 2004
Approximate Size 4' x 3'

Carding Mill™

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Customer Reviews

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D.W.
Defective bush

I ordered one Carding Mill and 1 Lady of Shallot as I adore orange roses. Unfortunately this plant, despite being cared for as directed and the same as the Lady of Shallot, never produced a single leaf much less a rose. My Lady of Shallot is thriving though

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Patricia Cousin
First bloom in January in Hou,TX

I had my first bloom today! Small, delicate and so beautiful! Can’t wait to see how the blooms look once they the bush matures!

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Rebecca E.
Absolutely stunning

2 gorgeous blooms already- photos do not do this rose justice. I’m so happy this was added to my collection.

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Emmie
LOVE the color(s)

What I love about this rose is the range of color. Sometimes the blooms are a very pinky apricot, sometimes more peachy. Both are lovely. The buds are a gorgeous apricot. What I don't like about it are the short stems--makes bouquets a bit harder to make.

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Antoinette
Everything one hopes for in a rose

I saw some cut flowers from this plant at a school where I volunteer. It does very well in our damp, rainy island climate in the northwestern part of Washington. My friend loves it, and I'm going to order it as soon as it is available! The colors are so subtle and the fragrance very delightful, even to my aging nose. (I've been trying for years to get the Heirloom people to come and talk to our garden club along with a truckload of disease-resistant, continual blooming roses. These roses are everything one hopes for in a rose.).

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