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The Mill on the Floss is a David Austin rose named after the George Eliot novel. Large clusters of neat, large cupped blooms are joined by a small boss of stamens each. These blooms begin with a mid-pink colour, before becoming paler as they open up. Growing above the foliage, they gracefully sit on gently arching stems, giving off a sweet and strong fruit fragrance. This healthy rose bush grows into a bushy shrub, covered with glossy foliage.
Please note that your plant may look different to the image on the website. It is likely to be in perfect condition for the time of year and just ‘resting’ before it bursts into action in the coming season. Plants do look very different throughout the year. Particularly in winter, many shrubs will look rather bare and stick-like and perennial plants may not even be showing through the soil. We are passionate about roses. Which is why we are proud to stock roses from David Austin, renowned worldwide.