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.
(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
(Sweet Briar) A spectacle when blooming. A mass of slightly scented deep pink, semi-single blooms in June on a very vigorous bush. The hips compensate for dullness for the rest of the summer. Learn More
(Sweet Briar) A hardy and very vigorous member of the group, with sweetly scented foliage and single dark crimson red flowers with golden centres these are followed by oval scarlet hips in the Autumn. Learn More
(Pimpinellifolia) 'Scotch Rose.' Early flowering small, cupped, double, scented, white flowers borne in abundance on the whole length of the arching branches. Small, round, blackish hips in late autumn. Fern-like foliage. Learn More