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

Rambling Roses

Rambling roses are perfect for growing over arches and trellis’, due to their flexible branches which are easy to bend and tie in. Many rambling roses only flower once during early to mid-summer, but usually flower prolifically, producing clusters of flowers. The blooms of ramblers tend to be smaller than those of climbing roses, but are produced in such abundance that once established the result is often breath-taking. Many ramblers also go on to produce attractive hips in the autumn. Scrambling roses, or scramblers, are similar to rambling roses, but generally even more vigorous making them great for growing up into trees or planted to cover large areas.
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Rambling Roses

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    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

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    Thalia (Rambling Rose)
    • Summer Flowering
    • Unique to Peter Beales
    • Wildlife Friendly
    (Multiflora Rambler) ‘White Rambler’. Unique to us in the UK. Large clusters of smallish, creamy-white flowers on a medium-sized plant with semi-glossy foliage. Almost thornless. Bred by Schmitt.
  • Thalia (Rambling Rose)

    (Rambling Rose)

    From: £18.50

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