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Here at Peter Beales we believe that roses can be complemented by companion plants. Therefore, we offer a huge range of possibilities to be grown with roses. The choice is quite diverse, from small to tall herbaceous subjects, to deciduous and evergreen shrubs and Trees. You will find that we have an extensive range of perennials, climbers, and shrubs to suit all locations.
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    https://www.classicroses.co.uk/plants/dryopteris-affinis-cristata-golden-male-fern.html
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    Dryopteris affinis Cristata (Golden Male fern)
    Dryopteris
      Tall, 'shuttlecock' clumps of deep green fronds with cresting at leaflet tips, appearing more golden when young. Deciduous to semi-evergreen. Ht.90cm.(3ft.). Grow in part shade and humus-rich, moist soil. Good for moist, shady borders, woodland areas or containers.
    • Dryopteris affinis Cristata (Golden Male fern)
    • Plants
      https://www.classicroses.co.uk/plants/dryopteris-erythrosora-buckler-fern.html
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      Dryopteris erythrosora (Buckler Fern)
      Dryopteris
        Clumps of deciduous, triangular-shaped fronds that emerge coppery-red and slowly turn glossy dark green. ht.60cm.(2ft.). grow in part shade and moist, humus-rich soil. Good for shady, damp borders, woodland areas or containers.
      • Dryopteris erythrosora (Buckler Fern)
      • Plants
        https://www.classicroses.co.uk/plants/gooseberry-hinnamaki-red.html
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        Gooseberry Hinnamaki Red
        Ribes
        • Usually Flowers : June, July
        A very hardy variety, easy to grow with strong growth and good mildew resistance. Medium sized, sweet and juicy, dark red fruit with excellent flavour. June to July. Ht.1mt.(3ft.). Grow in sun or part shade and fertile, well-drained soil. Excellent eaten fresh from the bush.
      • Gooseberry Hinnamaki Red

        Gooseberry Hinnamaki Red

        From: £9.15

      • Plants
        https://www.classicroses.co.uk/plants/gooseberry-invicta.html
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        Gooseberry Invicta
        Ribes
        • Usually Flowers : June, July
        Superb mildew resistant variety with strong upright growth. Very exceptional heavy yields of large, high quality fruit of good flavour. Late May onwards. Ht.1.2mt.(4ft.). Grow in sun or part shade and fertile, well-drained soil. Very good culinary variety for pies, tarts, jam, bottling, etc., and for freezing.
      • Gooseberry Invicta

        Gooseberry Invicta

        From: £9.15

      • Plants
        https://www.classicroses.co.uk/plants/hamamelis-x-intermedia-angelly.html
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        Hamamelis x intermedia Angelly
        Hamamelis
        • Usually Flowers : January, February, March
        • Fragrant
        Compact, vase-shaped, deciduous shrub giving fantastic red and orange leaf colour in autumn. Stems smoothered in bright, acid yellow, spidery flowers with a lovely fragrance. January to March. Grow in sun or part shade and well-drained, fertile, slightly acid soil.
      • Hamamelis x intermedia Angelly

        Hamamelis x intermedia Angelly

        From: £29.95

      • Plants
        https://www.classicroses.co.uk/plants/hamamelis-x-intermedia-aphrodite.html
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        Hamamelis x intermedia Aphrodite
        Hamamelis
        • Usually Flowers : January, February
        • Fragrant
        Spreading, deciduous shrub with bright green leaves that turn yellow in autumn and many fragrant, spidery, ginger-orange flowers January to February. Grow in sun or part shade and moist, well-drained, fertile, slightly acid soil.
      • Hamamelis x intermedia Aphrodite

        Hamamelis x intermedia Aphrodite

        From: £29.95

      • Plants
        https://www.classicroses.co.uk/plants/hamamelis-x-intermedia-ruby-glow.html
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        Hamamelis x intermedia Ruby Glow
        Hamamelis
        • Usually Flowers : January, February, December
        • Fragrant
        Strong, upright, deciduous shrub with elegant and scented, spidery, copper-red flowers. Early to mid winter. Green leaves turn a brilliant orange and red in autumn. Grow in full sun or part shade and moist, well-drained, slightly acid soil.
      • Hamamelis x intermedia Ruby Glow

        Hamamelis x intermedia Ruby Glow

        From: £29.95

      • Plants
        https://www.classicroses.co.uk/plants/ribes-laurifolium-amy-doncaster-flowering-currant.html
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        Ribes laurifolium Amy Doncaster (Flowering Currant)
        Ribes
        • Usually Flowers : February, March
        • Fragrant
        • Evergreen
        Low growing, semi-evergreen shrub with leathery, dark green leaves. Pendant, fragrant, yellowish-green hop-like flowers. February to March. Ht.1.5mt.(5ft.). Grow in sun or part shade and moist, well-drained soil. Good for border infill and containers.
      • Ribes laurifolium Amy Doncaster (Flowering Currant)
      • Plants
        https://www.classicroses.co.uk/plants/ribes-nigrum-ben-tirran-blackcurrant.html
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        Ribes nigrum Ben Tirran (Blackcurrant)
        Ribes
        • Usually Flowers : March, April, May
        New late ripening variety with good disease resistance due to late flowering. Large fruits of excellent quality, fine flavour and high yields. Ht.1.4mt.(4ft.). Grow in sun and fertile, moist, well-drained soil. Good for puree, yoghurts, pies, jams or juices and freezes well.
      • Ribes nigrum Ben Tirran (Blackcurrant)
      • Plants
        https://www.classicroses.co.uk/plants/ribes-nigrum-titania-blackcurrant.html
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        Ribes nigrum Titania (Blackcurrant)
        Ribes
        • Usually Flowers : March, April, May
        Upright bush bearing very large berries with high juice content and plenty of flavour. Ripens evenly from early July to early August. Very high yielding. Good resistance to disease including powdery mildew and rust. Very good for shows. Excellent for pies, preserves, freezing, etc.
      • Ribes nigrum Titania (Blackcurrant)

        Ribes nigrum Titania
        (Blackcurrant)

        From: £8.65

      • Plants
        https://www.classicroses.co.uk/plants/ribes-oderatum-buffalo-currant.html
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        Ribes oderatum (Buffalo Currant)
        Ribes
        • Usually Flowers : March, April
        • Fragrant
        Spineless, erect, deciduous shrub with hairy young shoots. Leaves 3- to 5-lobed, bright green and toothed. Tubular, fragrant yellow flowers in pendant racemes up to 5cm.(2in.) long, mid- to late-spring. Ht.2mt.(6ft.). Leaves turn red and purple in autumn and spherical black fruit follow flowers. Grow in sun or partial shade on fertile, light soil.
      • Ribes oderatum (Buffalo Currant)

        Ribes oderatum
        (Buffalo Currant)

        From: £9.90

      • Plants
        https://www.classicroses.co.uk/plants/ribes-rubrum-jonkheer-van-tets-redcurrant.html
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        Ribes rubrum Jonkheer Van Tets (Redcurrant)
        Ribes
        • Usually Flowers : March, April, May
        Large, upright bush or can be trained as a cordon. One of the first to ripen with a very large crop of large, bright fruits that are sweet and juicy. Grow in sun and fertile, moist, well-drained soil. Good for pies, jams, tarts, desserts and freezing.
      • Ribes rubrum Jonkheer Van Tets (Redcurrant)
      • Plants
        https://www.classicroses.co.uk/plants/ribes-sanguineum-king-edward-vii-flowering-currant.html
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        Ribes sanguineum King Edward VII (Flowering Currant)
        Ribes
        • Usually Flowers : April, May
        Upright, deciduous, compact shrub bearing aromatic, 3- to 5-lobed dark green leaves. Small, tubular, deep reddish-pink pendant flowers borne freely from April to May. Ht.2mt.(6ft.). Flowers sometimes followed by spherical, black fruits with a white bloom. Grows in full sun and fertile, well-drained soil. Good hedging plant.
      • Ribes sanguineum King Edward VII (Flowering Currant)
      • Plants
        https://www.classicroses.co.uk/plants/ribes-sanguineum-white-icicle-flowering-currant.html
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        Ribes sanguineum White Icicle (Flowering Currant)
        Ribes
        • Usually Flowers : March, April
        Upright, deciduous shrub with aromatic dark green, toothed leaves. Pendent racemes of white flowers. March to April. Ht.1.5m.(5ft.). Rounded black fruits after flowers. Grow in sun or part shade and fertile, well-drained soil. Good for borders, woodland areas and hedges.
      • Ribes sanguineum White Icicle (Flowering Currant)
      • Plants
        https://www.classicroses.co.uk/plants/ribes-x-gordonianum-gordons-currant.html
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        Ribes x gordonianum (Gordons Currant)
        Ribes
        • Usually Flowers : May
        Upright, deciduous shrub with aromatic foliage. Pendant clusters of coppery-red and yellow flowers. Late spring. Ht.2mt.(6ft.). Grow in sun or part shade and moist, well-drained soil. Good for mixed borders.
      • Ribes x gordonianum (Gordons Currant)
      • Plants
        https://www.classicroses.co.uk/plants/whitecurrant.html
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        Whitecurrant
        Ribes
        • Usually Flowers : April, May
        Densely branched, upright shrub. Good crops of firm, pale-yellow berries in long bunches. Mid- to late-summer. Grow in sun or part shade and fertile, moist, well-drained, slightly acid soil. Best when sheltered from frost and cold winds. Excellent for jelly, summer pies, soft drinks and home-made wines.
      • Whitecurrant

        Whitecurrant

        From: £9.15

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