Lady Ashe

Lady Ashe

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Lady Ashe is a very disease-resistant, hardy Climber that can also be grown as a Shrub. She has strong fragrance and fully double blooms in subtle shades of peachy pink and apricot. Her shiny, leathery, rich, deep green foliage provides the perfect background for her lovely blooms. Lady Ashe is a great addition for gardens in zones 5-10.

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Rose Type Climbing Roses
SKU LC100 GALLON
Alternate Name(s) Dixieland Linda
Bloom Types Very Full
Characteristic(s) Fragrance
Color Apricot
Specific Color Apricot Blend
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 Repeat Blooming
Year 1977
Approximate Size 9' - 10' x 5'

Lady Ashe

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Lisa F.
Almost everything proof!

I planted my Lady Ashe a little over a year ago and it is the only rose I have that seemed impervious to the rose slugs over here in PA. Plus I don't see any fungal infections and the leaves have remained perfect. The roses almost look like porcelain, an almost perfect hybrid type type of bloom. In the first year, it almost looks full grown. Great plant!

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A S.
Unbelievable

In five years, I have watched this climbing rose bloom and grow, producing an abundance of beautiful and fragrant flowers and rising more than ten feet as I have trained it to grow up and over our front portico. The conditions under which it has done this: near the beach (providing warm days and cool evenings) with a partially-shaded sunny exposure (shaded until about 1pm in summer months). It was planted in deeply excavated, turned (to a depth of three feet) and supplemented soil. If only all my roses would be so happy!

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Grandma Terry
My length of time growing roses, the virtues of Lady Ashe, how well she was grown and packed, and...

I have grown roses, both in the UK and here in Zone 7 for over 50 years, and Lady Ashe is, without doubt, one of the very best, for beauty, scent, health and performance, all of which are superb. I have grown her on pergolas, at the back of large borders, and as a splendid freestanding shrub, both in cool, wet climates, in hot, dry ones and in rose disease hotspots. In windy areas, in dry heat and below zero winters, this lovely rose has paid no attention whatsoever to these minor details, coming back more beautiful every year.
I can't tell you how happy I was, after a long search, to find her again at Heirloom Roses and to see how well she had been grown and packed for her Journey to North West Arkansas. I would urge you to put your request for this rose on the wish list at once - she's very hard to find in the USA, and I guarantee that you will not be disappointed!
Terry Edwards.AKA Grandma Terry

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Laura K.
Delightful and dependable!

Lady Ashe has outpaced her neighbor roses, bought elsewhere than Heirloom. Bought It 3 years ago. It is disease resistant and usually covered in buds and flowers. It is longlasting in bouquets. Has a charming combination of colors. A robust salmon pink, with peachy pale orange, with gold center and does not fade much. Letting it climb an arbor this year, but it makes a healthy shrub, spreading sideways. Very strong stems that never droop with the weight of flowers and raindrops! SO disease resistant, even with Blackspot-challenged neighbors! A keeper fof sure!

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