I bought Ludlow Castle also at Plant World in Las Vegas, NV, Fall 2002.
Named after England's medieval fortress, this is the quintessential English Rose, with its delicate apricot blush fading to creamy white. The wide shallow flowers are filled with a perfect symmetry of petals, while the fragrance is fruity and warm. Such irresistible flowers can either be grown for cutting, or as a contrast to perrenials.
January 2006- When Ludlow Castle started blooming it was non-stop! It bloomed all summer and fall last year it was beautiful.
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