This year's Chelsea Flower Show rose garden features an impressive pergola walkway, offset by soft rose hedges.
The courtyard style garden features four rose beds punctuated with standard roses. A statue of a woman enthroned by a rose arch provides the focal point for the garden.
A selection of photos from the David Austin Roses Japan Spring Festival in 2017
A stunning pergola walkway, festooned in roses, is the centrepiece of this year's show garden.
We are delighted to announce that our rose garden exhibit at the Hampton Court Palace Flower Show has been awarded Gold.
Our new peach coloured rose, 'Roald Dahl' (Ausowlish) takes centre stage alongside our other new varieties - the fragrant English Climbing Rose, 'Bathsheba' and the delicately frilled petals and pretty lemon blooms of 'Imogen'.
Introducing story-telling to our Chelsea rose garden! A giant copper peach, surrounded by the new 'Roald Dahl' rose, is a tribute to Roald's first children's story, James and the Giant Peach.
RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2016
David C H Austin, paid tribute to Her Majesty The Queen, and wished her a Happy 90th Birthday during her visit to our English Rose garden.
Pictures from the world famous Bodnant Garden, featuring many of our English Roses.
Roses are seldom better displayed than when looking down at us from above, so Climbing Roses are the amongst the most valuable of all garden roses. They are perfectly suited to growing over arches and on pillars, trellises, pergolas, pillars and obelisks...
One of the best places to grow a climber is on a wall, particularly the walls of a house. Roses always look best when closest to where we live. The formality of architecture contrasts beautifully with the natural growth of the roses...
English Rose hedges are particularly valuable in the garden. Unlike most other hedges they will flower prolifically, producing flushes of glorious, fragrant blooms throughout the summer. They have attractive, healthy green foliage and most have thorns which act as a deterrent to intruders...
English Roses are some of the best-loved, high-performance flowers in the garden, so they are perfect for growing in the mixed border...
Roses in pots can bring character and interest to the garden when placed at entrances or alongside paths. They will also soften areas of gravel or paving. Grouping a number of potted roses together will create the feeling of a small garden.
Ramblers are a great way of bringing height into the garden. They flower with great freedom, producing a mass of bloom, but usually only once a year. In general, they are ideal for growing on trellises, arches, pergolas, pillars, arbours, obelisks, as well as into trees.
Ramblers usually flower with great freedom once a year. They send up strong, long stems from the base of the plant, which makes them ideal for covering large areas. Most ramblers will thrive on a sunny south or west facing wall, although some varieties will still flourish on a shady north-facing wall...
The garden had an intimate feel - with benches tucked away in corners and a courtyard with an al fresco dining area, laid for Afternoon Tea, served on David Austin's English Rose tableware...
The garden, surrounded by walls and hedging, had an intimate feel. Once inside, you felt transported from the bustling showground to an English country garden at the height of summer. The borders overflowed with a blend of English Roses and shrub roses, whilst the walls and pillars were festooned with floriferous rambling roses...
A border of roses is hard to beat for sheer exuberance of flower and fragrance. Many roses, including David Austin's English Roses, will flower from June until the first frosts. Some people prefer to limit their choice to a range of harmonising colours but this is in no way essential.
If you have sufficient space, it is possible to plant an entire garden of roses. A rose garden is a wonderful place to unwind and can also add value to your home...
A border of roses is hard to beat for sheer exuberance of flower and fragrance. Many roses, including David Austin's English Roses, will flower from June until the first frosts. Some people prefer to limit their choice to a range of harmonising colours but this is in no way essential...
Standard Roses are valuable in the garden, particularly in more formal areas. They create a pleasing effect when grown above shorter plants or roses in flower beds. Alternatively, they are lovely grown in a lawn or alongside a path. Standard Roses are created by budding three shrubs on a stem; hence their dramatic effect...