James Galway®
James Galway
James Galway®
James Galway
James Galway®
James Galway®
James Galway
James Galway
James Galway
James Galway
James Galway
James Galway®
James Galway
James Galway
James Galway®
James Galway®

James Galway®

$65 Regular price
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  • Thornless/Nearly Thornless
  • Partial Shade
James Galway is the versatile Shrub or Climbing Rose you’ve dreamed of. David Austin describes him as "A superb large shrub with long, slightly arching, almost thorn-less growth". James Galway is a tough, disease-free rose that is excellent for the back of a mixed border and can also be grown as a Climber topping out around 12’. His flowers are 4" across and full with over 100 petals shading to pale pink at the edges. He is a continuous bloomer with a delicious, old rose fragrance. Give James Galway space and light and he will take off! Or keep him tidy and contained for an excellent, upright growing Shrub.

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Rose Type David Austin
SKU EN520 GALLON
Bloom Types Very Full
Breeder Code AUScrystal
Characteristic(s) Thornless/Nearly Thornless, Partial Shade
Color Pink
Specific Color Pale Pink
Fragrance Moderately 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 2000
Approximate Size 8' - 12' x 4' - 5'

James Galway®

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Customer Reviews

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L.B.
My first David Austin

I purchased this rose last year, wanted to wait until it gave me something to write about. It was my first David Austin rose, and , unfortunately for my pocket, became one of many I own now. JG gave me one small cute bloom last season, survived our terrible TX Panhandle summer, winter , and spring late freeze , winds and other unmentioned factors without cane loss. It doubled in width and length this year, I am training her to climb an arbor with a bench. Lots of buds and flowers during the first flush, color as described, upwards facing, multi- petal, lovely fragrant flowers, smaller than I expected, but she’s still a baby. Healthy foliage. Not completely thornless. It does have fewer thorns but the ones she has …are real deal, I would have purchased it again in a heartbeat; however, I would have planted it elsewhere, not climbing the bench . It is ok though, I will train it so it doesn’t grab my bottom when I sit😃. Thank you, Heirloom for your plants .

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T.G.
Gorgeous climber

I am throughly enjoying this rose. It is a beautiful pink flower that continues to bring me joy all season long.

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Nancy
This bush is NO SLEEPY HEAD

Very pleased did not take long to leaf out and start growing tall even gave me a few 3 1/2 inch blooms ...Can't wait to see it show off next spring .... Great purchase heirloom roses are the best

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LAnne
Wishes met

Heirloom Roses are SO healthy. Placed three along 8' x 12' foot trellis this summer to create wall between planned pergola and raised bed vegetables. Each has trebled in size and bloomed, multiple blooms. Really beautiful. Pergola installed in November and while growth ongoing, my wish for a beautiful living wall of roses is being met.
LAnne, Zone 9a
PS: Celestial Night for contrast; Raspberry Cream Twirl opposite side trellis.

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Janet
Beautiful buds

I planted this rose on St Paddy's Day, ( I thought it was appropriate) it's mid-November now and it's still blooming and has grown up to four feet on a trellis. It gets morning sun this time of year, but it just keeps growing. It's a beautiful rose. I'm very happy with it. No bugs, no issues. Blooms are not huge, about 3" across. Hoping for it to reach the top of the arch by next summer at this rate. I'm in zone 9B.

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