- Flower nameRose 'Pat Austin'
- Scientific nameRosa 'pat austin'
- AliasPat Austin
- Place of originGarden variety
- Place of floweringGarden, Potted flower
- Flowering seasonApril, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December
What is Rose 'Pat Austin'
Pat Austin (Rosa 'Pat Austin') is a horticultural variety of rose (Roza x hybrids), bred by Mr. David Austin in 1995, the creator of the English rose. It has large, bright orange, tea-scented, four seasons of shrubby vines that bloom one after another. It doesn't flower and it doesn't last long, but it falls in two days. The name of the flower is the name of the breeder's wife. The language of the orange rose is 'bond', 'trust' and 'charm'.
Common Name: Pat Austin, Scientific Name: Rosa 'Pat Austin', Origin: Horticultural variety, Height: Semi-erect, Height: 120 cm, Branches: Thorny, Inflorescence: Alternate, Leaf color: Glossy and dark green, Leaf shape: 1 time odd pinnate compound leaf, Mantle: Yes, Leaf margin: No Flowering season: April-December (four seasons); diameter: 8 cm; flowering style: cup-shaped; petals: numerous; number of stamens: numerous; flower colour: bright orange; inflorescence: monophyly, in clusters and cones; use: potted plants, flower beds, fences, obelisks.