Delving into the centre of this deep yellow Australian bred rose Victoria Gold, I was surprised by the richness and intensity of the colours in the interior folds and crevices.
Victoria Gold was released to commemorate the Centenary of the Victorian Rose Society in 1999. The Victorian Rose Society was the first rose society in Australia.
It is a vivid gold Floribunda rose which grows to a maximum of 90cm in height and width. It produces flowers in clusters of up to 7 blooms per stem meaning one stem can fill a vase. Victoria Gold is one of the first roses to flower in Spring and can regularly repeat bloom until early Winter. In cold weather the individual petals can take on a fine red edge.