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Golden Celebration is a popular English shrub rose known for bearing rich yellow blooms and a strong fragrance. Ensure your Golden Celebration roses look stunning by planting and maintaining them well.
When planting, choose a sunny location with well-draining soil. Dig a hole that is twice as wide as the root ball and deep enough to accommodate the plant's roots. Mix in some organic matter, such as compost or aged manure, to improve soil fertility and drainage. Water the plant thoroughly after planting. Apply a balanced fertiliser in early spring, when the plant begins to produce new growth. Repeat the application in mid-summer to encourage repeat flowering.
Golden Celebration roses should be pruned in late winter or early spring, just before the plant begins to produce new growth. This is because this rose variety is a shrub with ample foliage. Start by removing any dead or diseased wood. Next, remove any branches that are crossing or rubbing against each other. Cut back remaining branches to promote branching and encourage the growth of new flower buds. When pruning, make clean, angled cuts just above an outward-facing bud, which will help the plant grow in a more open, balanced shape. Overall, proper pruning can help promote healthy growth, and abundant flowering in your Golden Celebration rose.
The blooming season for Golden Celebration roses typically begins in late spring to early summer and can last throughout the summer and into the fall, depending on the climate and growing conditions. These roses are known for their large, golden yellow blooms that can be up to 5 inches in diameter and have a strong, sweet fragrance. With proper care and maintenance, Golden Celebration roses can produce abundant blooms year after year and become a rounded shrub with dark glossy green foliage, making them a popular choice for gardens and landscapes.
Golden Celebration is a specific variety of English shrub rose that was introduced by David Austin Roses in 1992. It is also known by its registered cultivar name 'Ausgold', which is short for ‘Austin's Golden’. While there are other yellow or gold-coloured roses, Golden Celebration is a distinct cultivar with its own unique characteristics and traits.
No, Golden Celebration is not a climbing rose, but rather a shrub rose. Shrub roses tend to have a more compact and bushy growth habit while climbing roses have longer canes that can be trained to grow up trellises, walls, or other structures. However, some shrub roses can also be climbers with proper support and training. Golden Celebration is a David Austin variety and one of the largest flowered English roses on the market, known for its cup-shaped flowers held beautifully poised and strong, and its fruity fragrance.
Yes, Golden Celebration roses are known for their strong and sweet fragrance. The scent of this David Austin English Rose variety is often described as a fruity and musky blend with wonderfully combined notes of vanilla and strawberry. Some even say it holds a strong tea fragrance. The scent can be enjoyed both indoors and outdoors, making it a popular choice for cut flower arrangements and garden landscapes.
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