Rosa ‘Royal Jubilee’ is an English Shrub Rose that was bred by David Austin and named in honour of Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee. This rose was first introduced in 2012, at the Royal Horticultural Society’s Chelsea Flower Show. Rosa ‘Royal Jubilee’ produces beautifully rounded, almost Fuchsia pink coloured flowers, that are accessible to bees, hoverflies, butterflies, and other pollinating insects. This is a fragrant rose, with a fruity scent.
Plant Rosa ‘Royal Jubilee’ in a bright sunny position. This rose will thrive in any moist, but well-drained soil. Roses grow well in rich, fertile soils. Mulch around your plants, with a good quality, peat free compost, after heavy rainfall, in early spring and again in summertime.
Rosa Royal Jubilee’ grows to around 1.5m (4.5ft), depending of course on the particular rose’s growing conditions.
Articles that mention Rosa ‘Royal Jubilee’:
- Mar. 2018 – Sustainable Gardening Ideas
- Aug. 2015 – The Festival of Roses at The RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show 2015