Celebrating over 50 years of Peter Beales Roses   •  Passionate about roses since 1968
Celebrating over 50 years of Peter Beales Roses
Celebrating over 50 years of Roses


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.
More Less

Roses at the Chelsea Flower Show

4 Results
    Eye of the Tiger (Bush Rose)
    • Repeat Flowering
    • Rose of the Year
    • Wildlife Friendly
    (Floribunda) Light yellow semi-double blooms with red smudged eyes in centre, in small clusters or solitary. Flowers fade to cream. Glossy foliage on compact thorny growth. Tolerant of poorer soils. Suitable to be grown in a container on the patio or stunning as a hedge. Bred by Warner.
  • Eye of the Tiger (Bush Rose)

    Eye of the Tiger
    (Bush Rose)

    From: £13.50

  • Roses
    Plaisanterie (Shrub Rose)
    • Repeat Flowering
    • Unique to Peter Beales
    • Wildlife Friendly
    (Hybrid China Musk) Unique to us in the UK. Beautiful semi-double yellow and pink blooms that age to rose pink. Borne in large clusters amid semi-glossy reddish-purple foliage. Has smaller flowers than 'Mutabilis'. Tolerant of poorer soils. Suitable for planting as a hedge and can be used for cut flowers. Bred by Lens.
  • Plaisanterie (Shrub Rose)

    (Shrub Rose)

    From: £17.50

  • Roses
    Rosa Mundi (Shrub Rose)
    • Summer Flowering
    • Garden Merit Award
    • Little or no thorns
    (Gallica) 'Rosa gallica versicolour'. A striking and very old, bushy rose. The large, semi-double blooms have splashes of pink and white on a crimson background. Hardy. Will bare ornamental hips if left undeadheaded. Tolerant of poorer soils and shade. Can be planted in a container or as a hedge.

    Said to be named after Fair Rosamund, mistress of Henry II. Unknown origin circa 12th century.
  • Rosa Mundi (Shrub Rose)

    Rosa Mundi
    (Shrub Rose)

    From: £16.50

  • Roses
    York and Lancaster (Shrub Rose)
    • Summer Flowering
    • Wildlife Friendly
    (Damask) Unique to us in the UK. 'Rosa damascena versicolor'. Perfumed, blush white flowers, striped or mottled with pink. Needs very good soil to do well. More a collector's piece than of real garden merit. Of unknown origin, pre 1551.
  • York and Lancaster (Shrub Rose)

    York and Lancaster
    (Shrub Rose)

    From: £16.50

4 Results

Join our exciting mailing list for exclusive news, tips, voucher codes & special offers!

Your email address will be used to subscribe you to the emailing list.  You can unsubscribe by clicking the unsubscribe link at the bottom of any mailout.

Your personal data is always safe with us

Please wait while we add you to our newsletter...

Welcome to our mailing list!

An error occured adding you to our mailing list

try again