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We stock a fantastic range of over 1100 different types of rose suitable for any position and any situation in your garden whether with other garden plants or without. You can browse through below alphabetically by group and click on the headings or search using the filters on the left hand side of this screen.

The Duchess of Cornwall with Peter Beales at Chelsea Flower Show
The Duchess of Cornwall with Peter Beales at the Chelsea Flower Show 2010 smelling rosa 'Highgrove'


Nothing epitomizes the English summer like a beautifully designed garden dripping with scented rose blooms glistening with the late afternoon sunshine.

Here at Peter Beales we have over 40 years experience with finding the right rose for the right spot in the garden so if you have any questions always feel free to pick up the phone and call our advice department 01953 454707.

Bare root or container

Roses are available in two forms, depending on the time of year. Throughout winter from November to March the roses are dormant and can be cut back and safely handled in bare root form. Many established rose gardeners call this the peak time for purchasing and planting roses as a rose planted in Febuary has many months to put down a great root structure to support the blooms and the plant for the years to come. Most roses planted in Febuary will put out a great display of blooms the same year. From late winter throughout the year to November containerised roses are available. These are roses which we have planted into containers the end of the previous year. These roses can be purchased anytime throughout this period and the blooms enjoyed while the roses are still in the containers or after June when the roots have really established can be planted out into the garden. Containerised roses must be watered daily to give maximum blooms.

Bush, Climbers, Ramblers and Ground Coverers?

There are four main groups of rose. Bush and Shrub roses tend to be about as wide as they are tall and are perfect for growing in borders or as large specimen plants. Climbing roses grow up to around 2m (6ft) to 3m (12ft), can repeat flower and tend to flower on the current years growth. They are great for growing up pergolas and arches. Rambling roses can grow up to 10m (40ft) and tend to flower on the previous years growth and their size and vigor lends themselves to covering large areas such as dead trees and unsightly buildings. Ground covering roses tend to "scramble" low and are perfect for covering low fences and for cascading along the ground.


There are many families of rose from Floribunda (clustered roses) to Hybrid Tea (large flower single stem) through to Chinas and Wichuranas. Each has its own characteristics from large blooms to smaller clusters or a certain type of scent.

Normally, the first place to start when choosing a rose is by its group (bush, climber, rambler) then by the colour, scent and size of flower you want.

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Comtesse de Lacepede

Comtesse de Lacepede

Unique to us in the UK.
(Centifolia) Superb, many petalled variety with cupped buds opening to flattish flowers of pale lavender to soft pink. Scented.

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Duchesse de Rohan

Duchesse de Rohan

Unique to us in the UK.
(Centifolia) ‘Duc de Rohan’ A vigorous, growing rose with superb, many-petalled flowers in the Centifolia mould, of lavender-pink. Highly scented.

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Full petalled, flattish, blush pink, fragrant flowers, abundantly produced on a handsome bush.

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(Centifolia) An arching shrub with double, globular, blush-pink flowers. Scented.

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La Noblesse

La Noblesse

Exceptionally tidy for a Centifolia and flowering rather late in the summer. Highly fragrant, well formed blooms of soft silver pink

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Petite de Hollande

Petite de Hollande

(Centifolia) A small, attractive and compact plant producing many small double flowers of about 1 1/2 inches across. Clear pink in colour with a slightly deeper centre. Free flowering and scented. An old rose of unknown origin.

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Petite Lisette

Petite Lisette

(Centifolia) Small pompon flowers of deep rose. Scented. Good for the smaller garden.

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Petite Orléanaise

Petite Orléanaise

Unique to us in the UK.
(Centifolia) Pompon flowers of clear pink borne in large clusters. A good rose for the smaller garden or, for growing in pots or tubs.

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Pompon de Bourgogne

Pompon de Bourgogne

(Centifolia) Small pompon flowers of deep pink to purple. Prolific. Short, compact plant with small leaves. (Synonymous with Rosa centifolia parvifolia and Burgundy Rose).

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