Lady Emma Hamilton rose growing in my daughter’s garden in Devon, UK.
Before the flowers even begin to open, the outside of the buds are a most wonderful dark red with dashes of orange. When fully open the flowers are a lovely mixture of rich, almost tangerine orange on the inside of the petals and a more yellow orange on the outside; the whole set off against the very dark, bronzy green leaves that only slowly become dark green with age. It is a fairly upright but bushy shrub of medium height, that will flower freely and remain healthy. The flowers have a strong, delicious, fruity fragrance with hints of pear, grape and citrus fruits. (Rose information from www.davidaustinroses.co.uk/english/Showrose.asp...)
Camera used: Nikon Coolpix E3200