Abraham Darby: David Austin Rose
Abraham Darby was introduced by David Austin in England in 1985. This English rose was bred by crossing the climber 'Aloha' with the floribunda 'Yellow Chusion'. It has deeply cupped flowers with an average diameter of 5 inches. Each rose can consist of up to 70 petals. The blossoms are apricot and yellow tinted with pink. They have a rich fruity fragrance, and are perfect for making old fashioned rose bouquets.