Common Name: Hybrid tea rose
Cultivar: 'Chris Beardshaw'
Skill Level: Beginner
Exposure: Full sun
Soil type: Well-drained/light
Time to prune: October to March
Named for the award winning garden designer and TV presenter, this soft pink hybrid tea has a sweet sherbet-like perfume. Blooms are usually produced singly, but occasionally they are in clusters of five or more. Flowering from June through to November, this bush will grow to a height of approximately 90cm. Young, new growth is a lovely dark red which clearly stands out against the dark green of the mature semi-glossy leaves.
Looks good with:Rosa 'Ballerina'
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