English Miss
English Miss
English Miss

English Miss

$50 Regular price
Tag or Stake
  • Cutting
  • Fragrance
  • Container Friendly

Part of the Peter Beales Collection of Classic Roses, English Miss produces beautiful, classically shaped 4” blooms with 24+ petals in a soft, blush pink. Her blossoms grow in large sprays with a wonderful sweet perfume making her excellent for cutting. English Miss has purple to dark green foliage on a compact plant perfect for borders or pots.

More Information

Rose Type Floribunda
Bloom Types Clustered, Very Full
Characteristic(s) Cutting, Fragrance, Container Friendly
Color Pink
Specific Color Soft Pink
Fragrance Exceptionally Fragrant
Hardiness Zone 5 (-20° to -10°), 6 (-10° to 0°), 7 (0° to 10°), 8 (10° to 20°), 9 (20° to 30°), 10 (30° to 40°)
Rebloom Continual Blooming
Year 1979
Approximate Size 3' x 2' - 3'

English Miss

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Pink Tag
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Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews

It bloomed a bit shortly after planting which surprised me. Now in its second year it’s really taking off. Very healthy happy rose

Pauline C.
A Delightful Surprise

This was an impulse buy and I had some buyers remorse until it bloomed. The blossoms change so much from bud to maturity that it's like having different roses on the same bush. Delicate pink, with a fresh sweet scent, this is a refined rose on a restrained bush. I think it's absolutely delightful.

Suzanne P.

I ordered this rose by mistake, thinking it was an English rose. When it arrived, it sat in the shipping pot for a few weeks. I looked it up and decided to plant it anyway. The first bud came about 10 days later; it was very small and didn't look anything like the pictures when it opened (it was cream with pink edges). I kept watering it, fertilized it, and three weeks later I had a small shrub loaded with buds. I was surprised how quickly it bloomed once it was established.

In my garden (zone 9) it is a mottled peachy-pink and, while the color is soft and subtle, the fragrance is not. It's VERY fragrant and smells like I think a rose is supposed to smell. I liked it so well that I ordered a second one. It's the perfect container rose for a patio or entry.

Sarah R.
Smells incredible

English miss smells more from 1 bud than entire bouquets of other roses. She's doing the best of 3 types in the higher winds in coastal Oregon, and bloomed within 1 month of being planted. Just 3 blooms and I can smell the aroma from several feet away. Mine are both pale, pale pink not at all like the bright pink shown in the first example, but I planted the two EM roses in June, and it's only August so maybe the cool fall will bring out the pink.

It's a winner!

This is its first year in my new rose garden. I bought a total of six roses, and it is by far the fullest, healthiest looking of the lot. It blooms continuously, and the scent is wonderful. While the other rose plants have each produced one or two blooms this summer, I have had a dozen from English Miss. One is sitting beside me in my bud vase as I write.

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