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Celebrating over 50 years of Peter Beales Roses
Celebrating over 50 years of Roses

Perfect roses for small gardens

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At Peter Beales Roses we believe that every garden, no matter how big or small, should have a rose.  The roses within this collection have been carefully selected to offer some of the best for growing within a small garden. So whether you are looking for roses to grow in pots for a patio or balcony or to plant within a small flower bed, we have the perfect rose for you.

Perfect roses for small gardens

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    Blueberry Hill (Bush Rose)
    • Repeat Flowering
    (Floribunda)(Carruth) Open blooms are pinky lilac with a tinge of violet. Foliage is dark and glossy.
  • Blueberry Hill (Bush Rose)

    Blueberry Hill
    (Bush Rose)

    From: £10.25

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    Dublin Bay (Climbing Rose)
    • Summer Flowering
    • Garden Merit Award
    (Modern Climber) This delightful small climbing rose is ideal rose for growing up an obelisk or pillar. With large healthy glossy leaves the rose produces clusters of medium sized fully double, bright scarlet-crimson, flowers. Growing to approximately 8 feet and tolerant of poorer soils, this rose enjoys a sunny position and if left to grow without support will form a lovey large free flowering shrub. Bred by McGready.
  • Dublin Bay (Climbing Rose)

    Dublin Bay
    (Climbing Rose)

    From: £15.95

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    Eden Rose '88 (Climbing Rose)
    • Repeat Flowering
    'Pierre de Ronsard' (Modern Climber) Fully double old fashioned type flowers of creamy-white and washed in pink on petal edges. Dark green foliage. Vigorous.
  • Eden Rose '88 (Climbing Rose)

    Eden Rose '88
    (Climbing Rose)

    From: £16.50

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    Macmillan Nurse (Half Standard Rose)
    • Repeat Flowering
    • Peter Beales Modern Classic
    (Modern Shrub) This rose is a perfect alternative to Winchester Cathedral which we no longer stock. An excellent little shrub rose with large old-fashioned rosette style blooms of white occasionally flushed peach, borne in clusters.They are subtly scented and appear continuously throughout the summer and autumn against dark green, glossy, foliage.

  • Macmillan Nurse (Half Standard Rose)

    Macmillan Nurse
    (Half Standard Rose)

    From: £24.95

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    Stamford's Sanctuary (Climbing Rose)
    • Repeat Flowering
    • Unique to Peter Beales
    Clusters of beautiful clear yellow fully double blooms, fading to lemon with age,with a moderate perfume. Foliage is dark green and healthy, an ideal pillar rose.
    The rose ‘Stamford’s Sanctuary’ has been commissioned by the National Trust’s Dunham Massey in Cheshire, as part of Trust commemorations marking the centenary of the First World War.
    Between 1917 and 1919 Dunham Massey became the Stamford Military Hospital, where 282 wounded ‘Tommies’ from the trenches were cared for. This year Dunham has been transformed back into the hospital, and ‘Stamford’s Sanctuary’ will be a lasting legacy to its role as a refuge from the horrors of war.
  • Stamford's Sanctuary (Climbing Rose)

    Stamford's Sanctuary
    (Climbing Rose)

    From: £16.50

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    Togmeister (Bush Rose)
    • Repeat Flowering
    • Peter Beales Modern Classic
    Floribunda. This rose is a perfect alternative to Molineux which we no longer stock. A delightfully fragrant, bright yellow rose which flowers continuously through the summer on a compact plant with glossy foliage. A good, healthy rose at its best at the front of a border, in groups of 3 or in a pot.
    Named for the late Sir Terry Wogan and his many fans.
  • Togmeister (Bush Rose)

    (Bush Rose)

    From: £11.55

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