Troilus was released by David Austin in 1983. It was named after the Trojan War hero in Shakespeare’s tragedy, 'Troilus and Cressida'. The Troilus rose flowers continuously from spring to late autumn. It is a sturdy, upright shrub of medium height.
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How pretty! :) Just love this rose.ReplyDelete
I love David Austin roses, this one is lovely.ReplyDelete
I do believe I took a photo of this gorgeous rose in a Seattle garden, not knowing its name but admiring it deeply. Your photo is very beautiful (as always).ReplyDelete
I has been gone for a few weeks but I am back now. Here is my contribution this week:ReplyDelete
Gorgeous rose. Happy Friday and thank you for hosting.ReplyDelete
Very nice rose!ReplyDelete
I love David Austin roses, this one is such a lovely colour.ReplyDelete
Here is my contribution this week: http://gurgaongardener.blogspot.in/2014/04/petunia-petunias.html