The shrub rose has been created by David Austen Roses to celebrate Emily’s bicentenary.
Rebecca Yorke from the Brontë Parsonage also visited the garden bringing a copy of Emily’s classic novel Wuthering Heights from the museum to the garden.
About the rose:
Emily Brontë (Ausearnshaw) by David Austin Roses
An exceptionally beautiful rose with distinctive, strongly fragrant blooms of a beautiful soft blush colour with central petals deepening to apricot.
David Austin named the rose Emily Brontë to celebrate the bicentenary of the birth of this renowned novelist who wrote Wuthering Heights.
Available to purchase immediately www.davidaustinroses.co.uk
The rose has been an immediate hit and was the best seller on the stand on the first day of the show.