20 bouquets with the David Austin Wedding Rose Juliet
The David Austin Wedding Rose Juliet was the first of David Austin’s Cut Roses to be released and is sometimes known as the ‘£3 million rose’. After over fifteen years of intensive breeding, Juliet combines the beautiful cupped rosette form of old roses with a very contemporary color.
The unusual and sophisticated color of the David Austin Wedding Rose Juliet was not found in roses of the past and is hard to find among modern roses. Pale peach buds open to reveal deeper inner tones neatly arranged within the heart of the bloom. Beautifully cupped rosettes are held elegantly upright on strong stems. Juliet deserves its place as our most popular variety. A light fragrance reminiscent of snowdrop and daffodil.
The David Austin Wedding Rose Juliet has the lightest fragrance of our cut roses. Despite this, it is always one of the most popular of our cut roses for weddings, commemorations, events and special occasions.
The large, elegant blooms made Juliet utterly different from most other contemporary cut roses. When fully open, the blooms reveal many neatly-arranged petals nestling in folds within the heart of the bloom.
No wonder why the David Austin Wedding Rose Juliet is our best selling rose! With its peach colors and elegant blooms it is truly unique. Juliet is a very versatile rose and matches with so many other shapes and colors. We have seen so many different bouquets with Juliet roses over the years, and it was really hard to only pick 20, but these 20 bouquets definitely showcase the beauty and versatility of this gorgeous rose. Enjoy!
More information about the Juliet roses can be found on the David Austin Wedding Rose Juliet page. You will also find more information there on how to order them. If you want to order right away or have any questions about the roses, feel free to email us at email@example.com. We’re always happy to help!
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