Constance SpryThis flower is good for your area This flower is too tender for your area
6 to 12 feet Z5-11 O Fr lp
Named for the great amateur rosarian who was so influential in saving many varieties of old garden roses from the devastation of WWII, ‘Constance Spry’ was the first of the "English" roses to be bred by David Austin. The flowers of ‘Constance Spry’ are perfectly gorgeous. Large, cupped, and cabbagey, the double flowers are perfectly pink and have a potent and unique scent of myrrh. Long, vigorous canes make this plant suitable for training as a climber or they can be pruned to form a large shrub. This rose is very vigorous, so give it plenty of room.