Wildeve®
Wildeve®
Wildeve®
Wildeve®
Wildeve®
Wildeve®

Wildeve®

Out Of Stock
  • Pots
  • Partial Shade

We are no longer growing this rose. We maintain this listing for our customer's reference purposes.

You can find a similar rose in our David Austin Roses collection.

Medium sized, perfectly 4-6" rosette (petals 70) shaped soft pink to apricot blooms arch gracefully from this well rounded repeat blooming shrub. With good winter hardiness and rain resistant petals it is ideal for the less than perfect spot in the garden. Mixes well with fragrant perennials and plants.

More Information

Rose Type David Austin
SKU EN812 GALLON
Bloom Types Very Full
Breeder Code AUSbonny
Characteristic(s) Pots, Partial Shade
Color Pink
Specific Color Pink
Fragrance Lightly 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 2003
Approximate Size 3' - 4' x 3' - 4'

Customer Reviews

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gabrielle m.
One of the most underrated roses!

Oh Wildeve! Darby, Ambridge and even Heritage wish they had the form, fragrance and beauty you have. Elegant and with one of my favorite flower forms in my garden. I adore this rose!!!

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MomPerson
Quick Flower Production

We had barely gotten this plant in the ground when it started to produce buds! The very first bloom was perfect! I was not sure I would like this rose much as I lean more toward the classic looking roses like Dolly Parton, Tiffany etc. But I immediately fell deep in love with this little number and she has broadened my perspective!

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Sasha
Great Corner Shrub

Out of the three bushes I bought the same year (the other two were hybrids, but zoned the same), this is the only bush that hasn't had massive die-back from our cold winters. Now three years in, it's a gorgeous bushy shrub (thanks to some careful interweaving of canes) with glossy green leaves and pretty new red growth absolutely COATED in these lovely fragrant old-style roses. My only sigh is that I have to fence it in to keep the deer from nibbling off every last bit of the new growth.

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