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  1. Download How to Guides

    Download How to Guides

    To download/print our how to guides please click on the links below   How to Plant and Prune Roses Guide   

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  2. Rose Gardening Calendar

    Rose Gardening Calendar

    A simple month by month guide which can be used as a handy reference tool throughout the year to ensure that your roses will always look their best. JANUARY By the end of the month you should aim to have completed your annual staggered pruning of established Climbers and Ramblers that flower on current seasons wood (Group One). For a guide on how to prune these roses please click here.January is also a good time to plan your summer garden, so ensure you have the most up-to-date catalogues to help inspire you. FEBRUARY Pruning, pruning and more pruning! All established bush and repeat flowering shrubs should receive their annual prune this month. As a general rule bush roses should be reduced down to approximately 5 to 7 buds from the base of the plant and shrub roses should be thinned out, reducing younger stems by a third and older stems cut

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  3. Rose Families Explained

    Rose Families Explained

    There are many different rose families, each with its own characteristics from clusters of small flowers to large shapely blooms and a variety of scents which vary in strength. Below we give a brief description of the many rose families we have available within our extensive rose collection. ALBAS A very old race of roses. The Albas flower in early summer, are almost invariably scented and extremely resistant to disease. Foliage is grey-green and produced abundantly on an upright, vigorous plant which never outgrows its welcome in any garden.   Shop Albas ARVENSIS RAMBLERS Rosa arvensis, ‘The Field Rose’ can be found growing wild in the countryside. Its hybrids have inherited the same vigour of their

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  4. Inspiration


    Roses have many uses and can be used in a variety of different ways to add interest and excitement to your garden. Within this section we look at a few creative ideas which may hopefully inspire you to take rose growing to a new level. MAKE YOUR OWN ROSE HIP TEA Did you know that you can actually make your own rose hip tea?The process is actually very easy and fun to try, plus it’s a great source of vitamin C!During the Second World War, at a time when oranges and other foods high in vitamin C were hard to acquire, schoolchildren were actually given rose hip syrup to keep them healthy. This was something that Peter Beales used to remember vividly telling stories about how he used to collect rose hips from the hedgerows as a boy. To make tea for two you will need 7 large ripe rose hips with the stems removed. Hips from the Rugosa family are the best for this. Just make sure you get your rose hips from a

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  5. Gardens

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  7. Rosarium Restaurant

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  8. The Chelsea Chop

    The Chelsea Chop

    Normally by now the Roses would have returned from the RHS Chelsea flower show and if they hadn’t already had the Chelsea Chop, then they would be trimmed over the next few weeks. “What is the Chelsea Chop?” I hear you all ask. When we break our stand down at the end of the Chelsea Flower Show most of the shrubs and some climbers will be cut down very heavily for ease of transporting them home. Although the big flower shows have been cancelled this year, I have still been doing something similar to invigorate the plants into new growth. This helps to form bushier and hopefully more compact shrub plants. While we aim for more manageable shrubs, this hard prune should also encourage climbers and ramblers into producing lots of long straight stems. Some of the ramblers have already put on nearly 7 ft of new growth!   

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  9. RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2018 Press Day

    RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2018 Press Day

    Celebrating our 25th Gold Medal at the RHS Chelsea Flower 2018 Peter Beales Roses are delighted to announce that Her Majesty the Queen visited their gold-winning stand during yesterday’s Royal Horticultural Society’s Chelsea Flower Show. Walking through the magnificent rose adorned display; she chatted with Ian Limmer Nursery Manager; taking particular interest in the company’s 2018 introductions ‘Ely Cathedral’ and ‘Fragrant Celebration’. Her Majesty also stopped to admire ‘Sandringham’, a beautiful deep pink, heavily perfumed rose, which had been previously launched in 2016 for the Royal Estate in Norfolk. Ian Limmer said, “In this our fiftieth year, it was a great honour to have Her Majesty the Queen visit our exhibit.

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  10. RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2017 Press Day

    RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2017 Press Day

    We are delighted to have been awarded our 24th Gold medal at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2017, our 13th consecutively. The stand featured ironwork archways created by Classic Garden Elements, an interesting gothic window built by Redwood Stone and several tall semi-mature trees supplied by Barcham Trees, all of which were dressed with roses to create a stunning idyllic, yet natural display.  During Press Day on Monday 22nd May, we launched two beautiful new roses, rosa

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The European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development: Europe investing in rural areas

Plant Centre Development The Rosarium restaurant and new plant house at our Garden Centre in Attleborough, Norfolk were part funded by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development and officially opened May 2019