Abraham Darby is a well-rounded, vigorous rose bearing very large, cup-shaped flowers in shades of apricot and yellow, becoming coral-pink as they age. It has a rich, fruity fragrance with a refreshing sharpness.
Introduced by David Austin in England in 1985. The English rose was bred by crossing the climber 'Aloha' with the floribunda 'Yellow Cushion' and is named after the industrialist Abraham Darby, the constructor of the first iron bridge, which is situated less than 15 km from David Austin's nurseries.
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