David Austin Tess of The D’urbervilles

Large, fragrant flowers of bright crimson. Deeply cupped during the early stages, the outer petals turn back to give a less formal but still attractive flower, bending over with their weight to give an elegant effect. Growth is robust, bushy and spreading. Named after a character from Thomas Hardy’s novel. 1.2m x 1m. Can be used as a moderate climber.

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