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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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    Cooper's Burmese (Climbing Rose)
    • Summer Flowering
    (R.laevigata) This fantastic, creamy-white rose must be carefully placed on a southern aspect when its glossy foliage will provide a foil for its large, single, scented flowers of immense attraction. Very vigorous.
  • Cooper's Burmese (Climbing Rose)

    Cooper's Burmese
    (Climbing Rose)

    From: £18.50

  • Roses
    Paul's Perpetual White (Rambling Rose)
    • Repeat Flowering
    (Related to R.moschata) A medium growing climber with light green foliage. Small single off-white flowers. Fragrant.
  • Paul's Perpetual White (Rambling Rose)

    Paul's Perpetual White
    (Rambling Rose)

    From: £17.50

  • Roses
    Rosa banksiae normalis (Rambling Rose)
    • Spring Flowering
    • Little or no thorns
    Flowers are white and single, foliage light green and plentiful, stems free of thorns. Not fully hardy.
  • Rosa banksiae normalis (Rambling Rose)

    Rosa banksiae normalis
    (Rambling Rose)

    From: £18.50

  • Roses
    Rosa bracteata (Climbing Rose)
    • Repeat Flowering
    (Macartney Rose) Single large white flowers with prominent yellow stamens. Good disease resistance. Semi-evergreen. Slightly tender, so would require a sheltered spot in colder regions. Numerous thorns.
  • Rosa bracteata (Climbing Rose)

    Rosa bracteata
    (Climbing Rose)

    From: £18.50

  • Roses
    Rosa moschata (Rambling Rose)
    • Summer Flowering
    (Species) Fragrant, white flowers in trusses. Mid-July onwards. Dense growth with grey foilage.
  • Rosa moschata (Rambling Rose)

    Rosa moschata
    (Rambling Rose)

    From: £17.50

  • Roses
    Rosa omeiensis pteracantha (Shrub Rose)
    • Summer Flowering
    (Species) 'Rosa sericea pteracantha' Delicate fern-like foliage. Spectacular thorns which are translucent on the upright young shoots and glow like rubies in the morning and evening light. The flowers, small, single and white are followed by red hips.
  • Rosa omeiensis pteracantha (Shrub Rose)

    Rosa omeiensis pteracantha
    (Shrub Rose)

    From: £17.50

  • Roses
    Rosa phoenicia (Rambling Rose)
    • Summer Flowering
    • Unique to Peter Beales
    Unique to us in the UK. (Species) Historically important as a possible parent of the Damasks. Masses of tiny white flowers. Needs protection to flourish. Very ancient. From Roger Phillips.
  • Rosa phoenicia (Rambling Rose)

    Rosa phoenicia
    (Rambling Rose)

    From: £18.50

  • Roses
    Rosa rugosa Alba (Shrub Rose)
    • Repeat Flowering
    • Garden Merit Award
    • Wildlife Friendly
    (Rugosa) The late, pure white flowers contrast splendidly with the huge red hips. Bright green foliage, turn an attractive yellow in the autumn. Fragrant. Unknown origin.
  • Rosa rugosa Alba (Shrub Rose)

    Rosa rugosa Alba
    (Shrub Rose)

    From: £16.50

  • Roses
    Rosa Sempervirens (Rambling Rose)
    • Summer Flowering
    White, fragrant, single flowers produced in small clusters on a semi - vigorous plant. Foliage mid to dark green as near evergreen as a rose can be. Small orange-red fruit in late autumn.
  • Rosa Sempervirens (Rambling Rose)

    Rosa Sempervirens
    (Rambling Rose)

    From: £17.50

  • Roses
    Rosa wichurana (Shrub Rose)
    • Summer Flowering
    (Species) Corymbs of fragrant, pinkish-white single flowers on a dense shrub of long, slender shoots, it forms a good, prostrate ground-cover plant, semi-evergreen.
  • Rosa wichurana (Shrub Rose)

    Rosa wichurana
    (Shrub Rose)

    From: £17.50

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    Rosa x dupontii (Shrub Rose)
    • Summer Flowering
    (Species) A tall, pale green bush with early, single, off-white to pink flowers. Possibly as early as 1596. Good hips. Scented. Beautiful coronet of stamens.
  • Rosa x dupontii (Shrub Rose)

    Rosa x dupontii
    (Shrub Rose)

    From: £17.50

  • Roses
    Rosa x Paulii (Shrub Rose)
    • Summer Flowering
    (Species) A prostrate, ground-cover plant with thorny banches and large single, white flowers.
  • Rosa x Paulii (Shrub Rose)

    Rosa x Paulii
    (Shrub Rose)

    From: £17.50

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