Rediscover the romance of roses with our collection of old and modern shrub roses. Many combine perfume, beautifully formed blooms and good health and are useful for a diverse range of situations. They are also generally easy to grow and will tolerate a wide variety of conditions and soil types. Shrub roses are perfect for growing individually in garden borders, planted in threes to give an even greater wow factor or planted en masse to create a truly sensational display. Some taller shrub roses can even be trained to grow as small climbers.
(Gallica) This rose is highly scented, pale pink with a deeper centre. When fully open the irregular petals form a loose quartered effect reminiscent of crumpled crepe paper. More vigorous than its close relative ''Empress Josephine''. Learn More
(Rugosa). This rose shows its parentage in its dark green Rugosa type leaves and finely prickled stems. A very vigorous plant with spreading branches bearing large, fully double, scented, amber-yellow blooms. Recurrent. Learn More
(Alba) 'Jacobite Rose','White Rose of York'. Muddle double white blooms with a creamy tinted centre. Very fragrant. Leaden-blue green leaves. Good autumn fruit. 16th Century. An award winning hardy cultivar. Learn More
Unique to us in the UK. (Tea) 'Yellow Maman Cochet'. Large, shapely high centred flowers are lemon yellow becoming deeper with maturity. Very fragrant. Vigorous. Suitable for growing in a warmer climate. Unique to us in the UK. Learn More
(Polyantha) A superb, almost 'Tea' like rose from Newman, Australia named after the best known Australian Rose breeder. A mixture of soft pink and peach, very full. Growth spreading and healthy. Unique to us in the UK. Learn More