Category: Bare Root Bush Roses

Rose (bush) New Arrival - Bare Root 0

Rose (bush) New Arrival – Bare Root

stunning Yellow Flowers From Early Summer Through To Autumna Great Colour Choice To Add Pale Lighter Shades To Your Gardena Great Association For A New Baby In The Family.deep Foliage With Intricate Petalswe Are Excited To Introduce Into Our Range A New Arrival Also Known As Rose New Arrival. A Rose Often Associated With A New Birth Or A New Life And As A Result Often Provided As A Wonderful Gift.a New Birth Doesn’t Have To Be The Only Reason To Purchase New Arrival, Many Garden Lovers Simply Love New Arrival For The Beautiful Rose That It Is. Wonderful Yellow Petals Feed Back Into An Intricate Centre Point. Its Pale Appearance Works As A Wonderful Contrast Against Other Brighter Coloured Yellows.you Can Expect Your New Arrival Rose To Blossom From Spring And Offer Your Garden Colour All The Way Through To Autumn.

Rose (bush) Mum In A Million - Bare Root 0

Rose (bush) Mum In A Million – Bare Root

flowering Twice Every Yeardelivered To You Ready For Planting Right Awayhighly Fragrant these Hybrid Tea Rose Plants Give You Big Bloom After Bloom Of Fuchsia Pink Fragrant Flowers Throughout The Summer. Repeat-flowering, Your Plants Do Not Tire From Revealing Big Roses At A Time Of The Year You Are Out In The Garden Enjoying Their Scent And Colour.with Accompanying Glossy Evergreen Leaves On Sturdy Plants Rose Mum In A Million Is A Fantastic All- Round-impressive Shrub Great For Adding Structure In Your Flower Beds Or Positioning In Containers Filled With Rich John Innes No3 Compost.ideas For The Garden:get Hold Of Four Or Five Rose Mum In A Million Plants And Dots Around Your Flower Bed. Partner With Pink And Mauve Perennials Like Purple Echinacea, Veronicastrums, Verbena Bonariensis And Clematis.all These Plants Favour A Rich Soil. Dig Well-rotted Organic Matter Into The Soil A Couple Of Weeks Before Planting And Improve The Nutrient Levels Of Your Soil So Mum In A Million Thrives.how Your Plants Arrive:your Bare Root Roses Will Be Delivered At The Right Time For Planting In Autumn Or Into Winter. Unpack Them Immediately And Plant As Soon As Possible After Delivery. If You Can’t Plant Right Away, Keep The Roots Buried Under Soil In Cool, Moist Soil And Lay The Stems On Dry, Hessian Sack Or Straw. Look To Planting In Its Permanent Position Within A Week.your Bare Root Roses Will Be Sent Out With Full Planting And Care Instructions.helpful Tip:prune Roses To Shape In Spring. Deadhead Spent Flowers As They Fade In The Summer To Prolong Your Garden Displays Of Pretty And Scented Roses.

Rose (bush) Nostalgia - Bare Root 0

Rose (bush) Nostalgia – Bare Root

rare White And Red Hybrid Tea Selectionfully Fragrant And Colour-changingrecommended By Royal Horticultural Society get Hold Of Rose Nostalgia And Transport Yourself To A Scented Flower Garden Of Your Childhood.this Hardy Hybrid Tea Variety Reveals Lots Of Big Roses In Red And White That Give Off A Delicious Scent And Offset The Glossy Green Leaves. Rose Nostalgia Is Repeat-flowering From June To September Filling Your Summer Garden With Heady Scent And Beautiful Flowers Every Year.partner Rose Nostalgia With Tall Perennials In A Flower Bed For An Impressive Display Of Tall And Confident Flowers Such As Nearby Acanthus, Phlox And Verbena Bonariensis.enjoy Rose Nostalgia In The House As Well As In The Garden By Cutting Some Of The Flowers For Vases.useful Tip:rose Nostalgia Is Both Hardy To Variable Uk Weather Conditions And Disease-resistant Making It As Reliable As It Is Impactful. Remove The Dead-heads Of Withered Blooms On A Regular Basis And Rose Nostalgia Will Flower Continually Through The Whole Of Summer.when Your Newly Planted Bare-root Plant Arrives Plant It In A Rich, Moist Soil Like John Innes No3 And Keep Your Plant Well-watered. When It Comes Into Flower Give Your Plant A Weekly Liquid Feed High In Potash For The Best Flowers.

Rose (bush) Pure Poetry - Bare Root 0

Rose (bush) Pure Poetry – Bare Root

disease-resistant And Uk Hardysummer-long Large Rosessuper Scentedenjoy The Charm Of Hybrid Tea Rose Pure Poetry In Your Garden Whether You Grow The Plant In A Decorative Container For Your Patio Or Position It In A Flower Bed To Add Permanent Structure To Surrounding Temporary Bedding Flowers Through The Season.each Individual Rose Gives Off A Powerful Scent From Its Fuchsia-pink Petals Which Appear Around The Canopy Of Attractive Bronze Leaves Through The Summer And Sometimes Into Autumn.rose Pure Poetry Reaches Around 1m (3 1/2ft), The Perfect Height For You To Appreciate The Scent From Above. You Can Cut Some Of The Stems Too For Popping In Vases Indoors And Bringing The Scent Into Your Home.useful Tipwe Recommend That You Partner Rose Pure Poetry With Purple-flowering And Tall Verbena Bonariensis, Veronicastrums, Delphiniums And Dahlias For Flower Displays With Extra Oomph. In Containers Surround Your Rose With Annual Bedding Such As Petunias And Lobelias.

Rose (bush) Rock And Roll - Bare Root 0

Rose (bush) Rock And Roll – Bare Root

disease-resistant And Uk Hardysummer-long Large Rosesrare White And Red Paint-splashed Petalshave Fun In The Garden With Hybrid Tea Rose Rock And Roll. Dramatic And Lively Every Flower Opens Up To Reveal Red And White Petals With Paint-splashed Markings And Welcome Fragrance. Happy In Patio Containers Rock And Roll Reaches Around 90cm (3ft) In Height, The Perfect Dimensions To Appreciate The Scent From Above And Dead-head Withered Flowers As Required.growing Happily In Flower Beds Too, Rock N Roll Adds Permanent Structure And On-going Impact From One Season To The Next Each And Every Year.every Rose Of Rock And Roll Appears Around The Canopy Of Attractive Glossy Green Leaves Through The Summer And Into Autumn. You Can Cut Some Of The Stems Too For Popping In Vases Indoors And Bringing The Scent Into Your Home.useful Tippartner Fun Rose Rock And Roll With Other Bright And Dramatic Plants Including Summer Bedding Coleus With Colour-splashed Leaves And Petunias Or Marigolds With Stripy Petals.

Rose (bush) Hot Chocolate - Bare Root 0

Rose (bush) Hot Chocolate – Bare Root

royal Horticultural Society Award Of Garden Meritpast Rose Of The Year Winnerrare Russet-brown Petalsenjoy The Impact Of Floribunda Rose Hot Chocolate – A Rare Russet-brown Variety That’s Sure To Turn Heads. Hot Chocolate Produces Lots Of Roses In Clusters All Summer For An On-going Summer Flower Display. Repeat-flowering You Can Expect To See Roses To As Late As The End Of September With This Hard-working Variety.your Plants Reach A Height Of Around A Metre (3 ½ Ft) Which Makes Them Excellent Contenders For Container Roses And Placed On The Patio Or By Your Back Door. They Are Also Happy In Flower Beds To Give Permanent Structure To Surrounding Perennials And Annual Bedding.hot Chocolate Makes Great Cut Flowers For Vases Indoors. Pair This With Tactile Grasses For An Interesting And Textured Vase Display.useful Tip:in Winter Prune Out Wispy, Weak Stems To Keep Your Plants In Good Shape And With An Attractive Framework Of Branches To Put On A Good Show The Following Year. Give Your Plants A Yearly Dosage Of Mulch In September To Keep The Soil Warmer And Feed With A Liquid Fertiliser High In Potash For Lots Of Beautiful Flowers.

Rose (bush) You're Beautiful - Bare Root 0

Rose (bush) You’re Beautiful – Bare Root

past Rose Of The Year Winnerclustering Roses In Big Numbersfragrant And Floriferousenjoy The Fragrance And Visual Display Of Rose You’re Beautiful, A Charming Floribunda Variety That Keeps On Flowering From June Right Through To September With Double Flowers Which Means There Is Layer Upon Layer Of Fragrant, Candy-pink Petals On Every Flower.choose To Grow Your Rose Variety You’re Beautiful In Patio Containers If You Are Short On Space Or Just Have A Balcony. Choose A Rich Soil For Containerised Roses Where The Roots Will Appreciate The High Nutrient Content.planted In A Flowerbed Rose You’re Beautiful Complements Pretty Perennials And Bedding From One Season To The Next. The Rose Gives You A Permanent Framework And Visual Interest Even In Winter When Perennials Are Dormant.useful Tipprune Weak, Dead, Damaged And Diseased Stems From Your Plants In Winter To Keep Your Plants Well-aired And With An Attractive Network Of Stems.

Rose (bush) Super Trouper - Bare Root 0

Rose (bush) Super Trouper – Bare Root

rare Fiery-orange Selectionclusters Of Many-petalled Rosesrecommended By Royal Horticultural Society make Rose Super Trouper A Permanent Part Of Your Summer Garden. This Floribunda Rose Blooms In Abundance Revealing Fiery Orange Roses In Big Numbers As They Form In Large Clusters On Each Flowering Stem.hardy In The Uk And With Such Dramatic Impact Super Trouper Enjoys The Accolade Of Royal Horticultural Society Award Of Garden Merit. It’s An Award Winner That Should Certainly Take Pride Of Place In Containers On Your Patio Or Balcony When They Stay Well In Proportion Thanks To The Naturally Neat And Compact Growth.useful Tip:rose Super Trouper Is Both Uk-hardy And Disease-resistant Making It As Reliable As It Is Attractive. Remove The Dead-heads Of Withered Blooms On A Regular Basis And Rose Super Trouper Will Flower Continually Through The Whole Of Summer.we Recommend That You Plant Your Bare-root Rose In A Rich, Moist Soil Like John Innes No3 And Keep It Well-watered. When It Comes Into Flower In Early Summer Give Your Plant A Weekly Liquid Feed High In Potash For An Impressive Flower Display.

Rose (bush) Happy Anniversary - Bare Root 0

Rose (bush) Happy Anniversary – Bare Root

bushy Double Flowering Offers A Fantastic Spread Perfect For Pots Or Bordersgood Disease Resistance For A Rosecelebrate A Wedding Anniversary With The Perfect Gifta Beautiful Fragrance To Fill A Garden Or Home.introducing Rose Wedding Anniversary Into Our Range. It Is The Perfect Symbolic Rose As A Gift Fit For Its Name. Treat Your Loved One To Rose Wedding Anniversary And As It Returns To Flower In Your Garden Year After Year So Will Your Memories.happy Anniversary Is Known As A Floribunda Rose. This Is What We Consider To Be A Modern Garden Rose. Cross Bred To Offer Exciting New Varieties For The Garden. As It Is A Floribunda It Does Come With Additional Benefits Such As Being A Tolerant Rose. However, It Does Prefer To Be In Full Sun Where It Will Blossom At Its Strongest. It Is Entirely Your Choice If You Choose To Pot Or Add To A Border. It Looks Great In Both.wedding Anniversary Offers A Bushy Growth Habit, Which Also Means Big Impressive Heads Which Return To Your Garden Year After Year. A Warm Reminder Of A Happy Time, When You Look Out Into Your Garden And See The Stunning Displays.

Rose (bush) Happy Retirement - Bare Root 0

Rose (bush) Happy Retirement – Bare Root

recognised By The Rhs For Its Wonderful Green Foliagehardy To Uk Weather Conditions.ideal For Borders Or Pots And Containersthe Perfect Gift For A Loved Onehappy Retirement Brings With It Soft Pink Tones, Bushy Heads And A Gloss Finish. It Is Attractive Enough To Plant Into Its Own Pot Or Container. It Also Works Well In A Border Offering A Wonderful Contrast Between Richer Pink Roses Or Flowers.rose Happy Retirement Is A Rose That Can Easily Hold Its Own In Any Garden. It Comes Backed With Rhs Recognition For Its Foliage Capabilities, And Enjoyed For Its Beautiful Flowering.  What Also Great To Know Is, It’s A Extremely Hardy To The Uk Climate And Is Also Noted To Be A Fast Grower.like Most Roses, Happy Retirement Prefers To Be Grown In Full Sun, In A Moist Yet Well Drained Soil. If You Are Choosing To Plant Over Winter We Recommend That You Choose A Frost Free Period, Where The Bare Root Isn’t Being Planted Into Soil That Is Frozen.