Juliet owes her status as David Austin’s most popular wedding and event rose both to her trademark color and her shapely form. Roses in her luminous shade of peach – pale at the edges with darker apricot hearts – were unknown in the past. Add to this the distinctive, deep-cupped elegance of her blooms and it’s easy to see why Juliet is in demand all over the world. Showy yet subtle, she sits well with soft-toned blush pinks and vanilla creams but Juliet’s precious, central color ensures she always remains the focal point.
Fragrance strength: Light
Fragrance character: A soft hint of tea.