Rosa Comte de Champagne
David Austin Comte de Champagne Rose

Rosa Comte de Champagne

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Rosa Comte de Champagne is a large shrub rose with broad and bushy foliage and a wonderful display of medium sized roses, which open yellow and mature to a rich apricot. The repeat flowering blooms are wonderfully open, revealing a mass of golden stamens which attract native pollinators, especially bees. Image courtesy of David Austin Roses.

Please note, our roses are available to purchase all year round, so depending on the time of year your rose may either arrive in bloom or have been pruned or deadheaded appropriately for the season.


This rose was bred by the renowned David Austin family in 2001 and named after Theobald I Navarre, Count of Champagne, who was famous for his poetry and for leading the Baron’s Crusade to the Holy Land in 1239. Theobald returned with a damascene rose in his helmet, then named Provins, but also known as the apothecary’s rose or rosa gallica, and it spread across Europe.

  • Shrub rose grown for flowers, scent and hips
  • Flowering period: repeat, from late spring to first frost
  • Fully hardy
  • Classic plant for herbaceous border and larger garden
  • Enriched, well-drained soil
  • Any aspect
  • Full sun or partial shade
  • Exposed or sheltered

Dig a hole larger than the root ball and loosen surrounding soil, sprinkle with Mycorrhizal Fungi to promote root growth, position rose, infill and water well. Deadhead spent blooms to promote new buds or leave for spectacular rose hips. Please see our Rose pruning guide - Shrub rose


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