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A Whiter Shade of Pale - Hybrid Tea

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A Whiter Shade of Pale - Hybrid Tea Rosa A Whiter Shade of Pale From £10.98
Absolutely Fabulous - Floribunda

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Absolutely Fabulous - Floribunda Rosa Absolutely Fabulous From £10.98
Albertine - Rambling

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Albertine - Rambling Rosa Albertine From £10.98
Alecs Red - Hybrid Tea

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Alecs Red - Hybrid Tea Rosa Alecs Red From £44.99
Alfred de Dalmas - Shrub

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Alfred de Dalmas - Shrub Rosa Alfred de Dalmas From £11.94
Alibaba - Climbing

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Alibaba - Climbing Rosa Alibaba From £10.98
Amber Queen - Floribunda

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American Pillar - Rambling

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American Pillar - Rambling Rosa American Pillar From £10.98
Aphrodite - Hybrid Tea

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Arthur Bell - Floribunda

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Ballerina - Shrub

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Ballerina - Shrub Rosa Ballerina From £10.98
Bantry Bay - Climbing

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Bantry Bay - Climbing Rosa Bantry Bay From £10.98
Belle de Jour - Floribunda

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Belle de Jour - Floribunda Rosa Belle de Jour From £10.98
Birthday Boy - Hybrid Tea

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Birthday Boy - Hybrid Tea Rosa Birthday Boy From £10.98
Birthday Girl - Floribunda

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Birthday Girl - Floribunda Rosa Birthday Girl From £10.98
Black Baccara - Hybrid Tea

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Black Baccara - Hybrid Tea Rosa Black Baccara From £10.98

High quality rose bushes are among the most popular British garden plants, often with beautifully scented and always sumptuous looking flowers beginning in late May with some varieties still going stong into the foothills of winter. 
Roses are enormously tough, transplant reliably, tolerant of a range of conditions and soil types and respond well to pruning.

What is so good about Bareroot Roses?

The majority of roses in the UK are planted bareroot, but for many new gardeners, the idea of buying a plant with no soil around its roots feels wrong: how can they survive transit without a pot?

The secret is that they are sleeping (dormant) in winter, and during their brief time out of the field we store them in chilled, humid conditions that keep them nice and moist. A dormant rose's equivalent of a nice warm duvet and a good night's sleep.
When you need them, your roses are carefully packed and sent to you by next day delivery.

• Bareroot roses cost and weigh less than pot grown. They usually need less watering in their first year, and will generally outgrow their potted equivalents.

• Pot grown plants give you a longer planting season, make for prettier gifts (especially our gift wrapped roses!), and will grow happily in their pots if planting is delayed.

• Some varieties are only delivered in pots, others are delivered bareroot in winter and in pots the rest of the year. 

Almost all our roses are grafted, using the best rootstocks. The young plants are grown in heavy clayey soil with masses of organic matter to give them the perfect conditions to grow into well-shaped plants with strong roots.

All our mail-order rose bushes come with free returns and our Replacement Guarantee for bareroot stock, so you can give buy and plant them with complete confidence.
Best advice & friendly support throughout.


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We’ve been packing and sending quality plants since 1949


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Types of Rose Bush

• Shrub: The classic, versatile border or hedging rose, includes Old and Modern varieties. Can be big enough to serve as a small climber.

• Hybrid tea (Modern bush rose): Among the best varieties for cut flowers, with one flower per stem. They tend to flower in three big flushes during summer, and typically tolerate partial shade well. 

• Floribunda (Modern bush rose): Profuse clusters of flowers on each stem, that repeat bloom almost continuously all summer - this exertion means that they are not shade-tolerant.
They are typically short, and good for low ornamental hedging. Modern bush rose.

• Climbing: Tidier and less vigorous than a rambler, with stiffer new stems. Flowers twice a year. Ideal for covering walls & growing along fences.

• Rambling: Bushier and more vigorous than a climber, with more flexible new stems. Usually flowers once a year. Ideal for hiding sheds & growing up a tree.

• Hedging / Wild: Rugged thorny hedge plants, usually in a mixed country hedge, or grown as a wildlife friendly barrier. They have small, simple flowers, and produce the best rose-hips for consumption.

• Standard Stem / Tree: Select varieties are grown on a single stem, grafted at 100cm into a "mini-tree" shape. They are tall but narrow, and so well suited to small gardens and most patios, often on either side of a door.

• Patio: Most types of rose have dwarf varieties, perfect for growing in pots. Some of them are referred to as "ground cover roses" - in our opinion that is a stretching the definition of ground cover a bit too far, but it's close enough. 

• Special Occasion: Purely based on their name, these are thoughtful gifts for all sorts of occasions, be they joyous or heartbroken. 

range of garden bulbs with a border edging of lavender is a classic combination to add interest around the base of rose bushes and cover up their legs a bit in spring. 

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