Roses fit for Royalty

We have several roses fit for royalty. The Harkness nursery began in Yorkshire in 1879 and soon became well-known as a grower of top-quality roses. It was 80 years later that Jack Harkness began breeding new varieties in Hitchin, determined to create new and ever-more beautiful roses. The Queen Elizabeth II Rose This beautifully fragrant hybrid tea bush rose in shades of apricot pink was selected by the Queen, to celebrate the Platinum Jubilee. It has large classic shaped flowers which combine elements of soft pink light amber gold and cream, and a strong sweet rose scent. It’s a robust … Continue reading Roses fit for Royalty