Stanwell Perpetual Shrub Roses

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Misc RHS AGM
Shade Partial Shade
Area Frost Pockets, Scotland & The North
Soil Poor/Dry
Colour Pink - Light
Type Hedging, Shrub Rose
Also Good Fragrant, Berries, Repeat Flowering
Flowering Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct

Stanwell Perpetual Shrub Roses
Rosa Stanwell Perpetual

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SIZES 1-2 3-910-2425+
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Rosa Stanwell Perpetual - Shrub Roses

Description of Stanwell Perpetual Roses:
This rugged old rose has thorny stems and a pretty much continuous flowering period from summer until Christmas (and that is not a typo). The plump, pale pink, swirling flowers have a lovely, though not very strong, scent. Stanwell Perpetual likes to be pruned quite hard as it ages and so it does very well as a hedge plant. As a specimen, we recommend you follow Gertrude Jekyll and plant three in a triangular group with about 60 cms between plants. They will then form a mounded shrub about 150 cms (5 feet) tall. Stanwell Perpetual is incredibly hardy and very disease resistant - perhaps its only shortcoming - for some - is that it is extremely thorny. 

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Characteristics of Stanwell Perpetual Bushes:

  • Colour: Soft pink.
  • Flower Shape: Semi to fully double, variable structure.
  • Fragrance: Good
  • Flower Period: Summer-Autumn
  • Leaves: Small, matt, dull green.
  • Height x Spread: 1.5 x 1.5 metres.
  • Disease notes: Very disease resistant. Some natural blemishes on old leaves.

Read about Growing Roses here.

History and Parentage of Stanwell Perpetual Roses:
Also known as Perpetually Yours and Sophie's Perpetual, this old British rose goes back to 1837. It was found as a seedling in Stanwell, Middlesex and the most likely parents are Rosa damascena bifera and Rosa pimpinellifolia.


Planting times for barerrot plant is November to April
Bareroot and potted - what' s the difference?

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