Rosa ‘Kew Gardens’ is an English rose from the Rosaceae family of plants. David Austin introduced it in 2009. It is a shrub rose. It flowers from late spring to fall.
They also call it Rosa ‘Ausfence’, Hybrid Musk Rose. The flowers are single and pure white they start as light peach-colored buds. Each has four petals bright yellow stamens. They grow in terminal clusters. It flowers profusely. Flowers are followed by red hips. Rosa ‘Kew Gardens’ grows to about 1.5m or 5ft tall.
How to grow Rosa ‘Kew Gardens’:
Grow Rosa ‘Kew Gardens’ in the sun. Plant it in rich, fertile, moist but well-drained soil. Prune in summer to encourage more flowers. It is generally disease-free and pest-free. Watch out for rose rust, powdery mildew leafhoppers, sawfly. Also, watch for rabbits and deer as they can cause damage. Fertilizer in the growing season helps with more flowers. Propagate by hardwood cuttings.