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The Rose of the Year

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The beautiful roses that have won the prestigious Rose of The Year Competition.

Rosa 'Scent from Heaven' was unveiled as The Rose of the Year 2017, at The Festival of Roses, at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show 2016.

Rosa 'Scent from Heaven' is The Rose of the Year 2017. Pictured in The Festival of Roses Marquee, at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show 2016.

Rosa 'Scent from Heaven' has double orange flowers, which open to real the roses' stamens. Bees and other pollinating insects are able to access the pollen and nectar from this rose, meaning Rosa 'Scent from Heaven' is a great choice if you're looking to plant roses that are good for pollinating insects.

Rosa 'Scent from Heaven' is a double flowered, scented rose that produces pointed buds, ideal for button holes. Rosa 'Scent from Heaven' was unveiled as The Rose of the Year 2017, inside The Festival of Roses Marquee, at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show 2016.

David Domoney presents rose breeder Chris Warner with a commemorative vase, as Rosa 'Scent from Heaven' is unveiled as the winner of the prestigious title of 'Rose of the Year 2017'. David Domoney and Chris Warner are pictured inside The Festival of Roses Marquee, at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show 2016.

Rose Of The Year 2015, Rosa 'Sunny Sky' (Koraruli) was awarded the coveted accolade of Rose Of The Year 2016. Rosa 'Sunny Sky' has pretty rosebuds that are delicately scrolled.

A beautiful floral arrangement with the Rose Of The Year 2016, Rosa 'Sunny Sky' (Koraruli) and Alchemilla mollis. Rosa 'Sunny Sky' was bred by W. Kordes' Söhne of Germany and has been introduced to the UK by Roses UK and Mattocks Roses.

This yellow, hybrid tea rose, Rosa 'Sunny Sky' (Koraruli) was awarded the coveted accolade of Rose Of The Year 2016. Rosa 'Sunny Sky' was bred by W. Kordes' Söhne of Germany and has been introduced to the UK by Roses UK and Mattocks Roses.