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We stock a fantastic range of over 1,100 different types of rose and with over 40 years’ experience we can help you find the perfect rose for the right spot in your garden. From Floribunda (clustered roses) to Hybrid Tea (large flower single stem) through to Chinas, Damasks, Rugosas, Wichuranas and more, there are many families of rose to choose from. Each has its own characteristics from large blooms to smaller clusters or a certain type of scent. Plus with a wide variety of Bush and Shrub roses, Climbers and Ramblers, it is easy to find a rose suitable for your garden, whether you are looking for something to grow up and through an existing tree in a dry shady spot or wanting something to grow on a sunny patio in a pot.
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Roses at the Chelsea Flower Show

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    Alister Clark (Shrub Rose)
    • Repeat Flowering
    • Unique to Peter Beales
    • Disease Resistant
    (Polyantha) Unique to us in the UK. Delightful, fully double blooms are a mixture of soft pink and peach. Growth is spreading and healthy, a superb, almost 'Tea' like rose. Bred by Newman.

    Named after the best known Australian rose breeder (1864–1949), who bred over 150 varieties.
  • Alister Clark (Shrub Rose)

    Alister Clark
    (Shrub Rose)

    From: £17.50

  • Roses
    City of London (Shrub Rose)
    • Repeat Flowering
    • Garden Merit Award
    • Wildlife Friendly
    (Modern Shrub) Large, shaggy, blush-pink fragrant flowers on an upright but bushy and healthy plant. Good for cut flowers and suitable to be planted as a hedge. Bred by Harkness.
  • City of London (Shrub Rose)

    City of London
    (Shrub Rose)

    From: £16.50

  • Roses
    Pink Gruss an Aachen (Shrub Rose)
    • Repeat Flowering
    • Little or no thorns
    (Polyantha) A superb shapely rose with large soft salmon pink, scented flowers. Dwarf, hardy and few thorns. Perfect for cut flowers and suitable to be grown in a container. In common with others, this rose was erroneously listed as 'Irene Watts' but is now correct here. This rose is a perfect alternative to 'Eglantyne' which we no longer stock. Bred by Kluis & Koning.
  • Pink Gruss an Aachen (Shrub Rose)

    Pink Gruss an Aachen
    (Shrub Rose)

    From: £17.50

  • Roses
    Rosa eglanteria (Rosa rubiginosa) (Shrub Rose)
    • Summer Flowering
    (Species) 'Eglantine Rose', 'Common Sweet Briar' Foliage scented of apple. Quite thorney and dense in habit. Flowers soft pink and single. A most useful hedging rose. Red hips later.
  • Rosa eglanteria (Rosa rubiginosa) (Shrub Rose)
  • Roses
    Rosa elegantula persetosa (Shrub Rose)
    • Summer Flowering
    (Species) 'Rosa farreri persetosa' 'Threepenny Bit Rose'. A charming shrub with fern-like leaves which turn to purple and crimson in the autumn. The tiny hips, are of a bright orange red colour. Small lilac pink flowers.
  • Rosa elegantula persetosa (Shrub Rose)

    Rosa elegantula persetosa
    (Shrub Rose)

    From: £18.50

  • Roses
    Rosa pendulina (Shrub Rose)
    • Summer Flowering
    • Little or no thorns
    (Species) (Rosa alpina) Beautiful single cupped deep cerise purple flowers with pronounced yellow stamens. Purple wood.
  • Rosa pendulina (Shrub Rose)

    Rosa pendulina
    (Shrub Rose)

    From: £18.50

  • Roses
    Rosa roxburghii
    • Summer Flowering
    • Wildlife Friendly
    Beautiful single pale pink flowers on a shrubby plant . Setting unusual large hips that are covered in spikes that reminiscent the the shell casing of a horse-chestnut tree.
  • Rosa roxburghii

    Rosa roxburghii

    From: £18.50

  • Roses
    Rosa woodsii fendlerii (Shrub Rose)
    • Summer Flowering
    (Species) Probably the best feature of this good all rounder is its waxy-red fruit which are left till the very last feast, even by hungry birds. The flowers are bright lilac-pink. Cultivated.
  • Rosa woodsii fendlerii (Shrub Rose)

    Rosa woodsii fendlerii
    (Shrub Rose)

    From: £17.50

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    Rosa x macrantha (Shrub Rose)
    • Summer Flowering
    (Species) A trailing, ground cover shrub with single flowers of blush-pink paling to creamy-white.
  • Rosa x macrantha (Shrub Rose)

    Rosa x macrantha
    (Shrub Rose)

    From: £18.50

  • Roses
    The Fairy (Shrub Rose)
    • Repeat Flowering
    • Garden Merit Award
    (Polyantha) Clusters of bead-like buds open to rosette, pink flowers which are most effective en masse, produced almost continuously throughout the summer. Good glossy foliage. A spreading variety attaining the useful height of only 2', thus ideal for massed, ground cover planting or a low hedge. Also suitable to grown in a container. Tolerant of poorer soils and shade. Bred by Bentall.
  • The Fairy (Shrub Rose)

    The Fairy
    (Shrub Rose)

    From: £16.50

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