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'Miss Edith Cavell' Rose Plant - Limited stock available
The 'Miss Edith Cavell' Rose is named after British Nurse, Edith Cavell, who was executed in Belgium on 12th October 1915.
(Polyantha) Large trusses of small, semi-double, scarlet-crimson flowers amid dark foliage. Rediscovered in the garden of Mrs Doris Levine of Brundall, Norfolk in 1985. The rose plant will reach a size of approximately 60cm (2ft) x 60cm (2ft).
Family: Polyanthas and older floribundas
Colour: A darker/vibrant shade of Red
Flowering Period: Continuous Flowering
Bloom Shape: Button
Bloom Type: Double
Bloom Size: Small
Shade Tolerance: Will tolerate a small amount of shade
Thornyness: Some thorns
Disease resistance: Average disease resistance
The rose plants are provided by Peter Beales Roses with a percentage of the proceeds going to Cavell Nurses' Trust.
Please note: This item is only available within the United Kingdom and P+P is included in the price. No international shipping offered.