Shrub Roses for Sale

The Best Shrub Rose Varieties

Shrub roses are the perfume counter in your garden, gifting you the headiest scents; their fragrances are used in just about every well-known perfume you can buy. They are generally healthy, and most flower either in several flushes a year or continuously. They serve in the backs of borders in ornamental groups of three or more, and as functional thorny barrier hedging, many are also good as low climbers against a wall.

Old Roses, which include many sub-categories like Moss (Centifolia), Bourbon, Alba, Damask, and Tea to name some famous ones, are officially dated to 1867 and earlier, while Modern Roses are in practice from the mid-20th century onwards, because most of the early Modern Roses are no longer sold commercially, having been superseded.  

Take a look at the rest of our rose varieties.

All our rose bushes are covered by our replacement Guarantee, so you can give them a whirl with complete confidence. Best advice & friendly support throughout. All our bareroot roses are UK grown on heavy clay in a well drained site: heaven for rose roots! Pot grown stock uses peat free compost wherever possible.

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    • Height: to 1.8m
    • Spread: to 1.2m
    • Colour: creamy white
    • Shape of flower: semi-double, ruffled
    • Size of flower: small-medium
    • Scent: strongly scented
    • Flowering: repeat through summer
    • Group: shrub rose
    • RHS Award of Garden Merit
    From £12.96  Inc VAT

  1. Rosa glauca

    30-80cms Hedge Plants
    • Wild rose, grey & purple leaves.
    • Grows on chalk & the coast.
    • Good for mixed country hedging.
    • Likes full sun & will tolerate very poor soil
    • Max. Height: 3m
    • Bareroot Delivery Only: Nov-Mar.
    • RHS AGM
    From £2.34  Inc VAT

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