Rural England
Rural England
Rural England
Rural England
Rural England
Rural England
Rural England
Rural England

Rural England

$50 Regular price
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  • Pollinator Friendly

Giving us visions of her namesake, Rural England is a continual blooming Rambler that produces masses upon masses of medium sized, soft pink flowers in large, cascading clusters. She is as beautiful as she sounds and is a perfect choice for archways and trellises. We love that she has less thorns than most roses too!

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Rose Type Shrub
SKU SH522 GALLON
Bloom Types Semi-Double
Characteristic(s) Pollinator Friendly
Color Pink
Specific Color Pink
Fragrance Lightly Fragrant
Hardiness Zone 6 (-10° to 0°), 7 (0° to 10°), 8 (10° to 20°), 9 (20° to 30°)
Rebloom Continual Blooming
Year 2006
Approximate Size 10' x 6'

Rural England

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Rosa Lee Wells
Blooming Beautifully and Abundantly Her Second Year.

I bought this dainty beauty from Heirloom in the Spring of 2023. She immediately started sprawling out canes that I had to buy a trellis for and only put out a couple of tiny, pale blooms. This Spring, she's reached way over my head with a few of her rambles and she's churning out the blooms non-stop. I love them! They change color from a pale blush to pink and sometimes to even a faint lilac. So pleased with this gorgeous rambler. 😍

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HV
Great for someone without a green thumb

I ordered 3 roses (Darlow's Enigma, Veilchenblau, Rural England) - and instead of being able to plant them immediately, the roses sat in the box in my house for a week or two, then sat some more on the patio (out of the box and plastic) for another week or two, then my kid and I planted them next to the fence. All three were in a partially shady area, which is why I selected ones tolerant of shade, and all are climbing or rambling roses so that they will climb the fence and cover it. There are three rambunctious dogs who run back and forth along the fence making a nuisance of themselves (which is why I want to cover the fence in roses) and my teenager was not the most gentle in helping plant them. Therefore I had resigned myself to them probably dying (I have a VERY poor track record with plants - including the previous climbing rose I bought from elsewhere that appears to be just a dead stick at this point - such that my kids attempt to discourage me from continually buying new plants... but hope springs eternal). Imagine my shock when I checked on them about a week or two after planting - not only did they have bright green new growth to replace the multiple broken canes, but all three had flowers! I am amazed. I am hoping they continue to grow well and establish themselves over the fence. I'll definitely be buying more to cover the rest of the fence.

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Rosa Lee Wells
Blooming Wildly

I got this little beauty almost a month ago and I haven't been disappointed. She's grown a few inches and sent out several new canes, but best of all, she's got dozens of blooms! They're exactly as pictured; small, noisette-looking and very light blushed pink. I can tell she's going to be a sprawler as she gets her growth. I'm definitely going to have to invest in a trellis or find some type of support. She seems to bloom prolifically from the top-down. Very impressed with this rambler.

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box67lapa@att.net K.
Robust healthy Rose plant

You get what you paid for! Heirloom's Rural England arrived healthy as so much larger than the competitors! RE's age is seems to be a 1 yr - 2 year old rose. Packaged in a roomy sturdy box. It arrived in perfect condition! Rogue and HighCountry. These two vendors are quality roses, they look like 6moths old cuttings. The RE is in the ground for about 4 weeks now, there are 7 branches loaded with clusters of blooms! The stems have grown outwardly doubling the original diameter. Just so healthy!

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sarah
I'm sure it will be lovely once it gets going!

We are zone 7. I haven't grown this rose before , but I wanted one with clusters of pink flowers , and , as I grew up in England , thought this would be appropriate! Only got it this year and it hasn't grown much yet , but I have high hopes! It will look very sweet growing up an obelisk.

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