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Rose (patio) Flower Power Gold - Bare Root 0

Rose (patio) Flower Power Gold – Bare Root

manageable Patio Roserepeat-flowering All Summer And Into Autumnwith Contrasting Glossy Leaves choose Rose Variety Flower Power Gold For Your Patio Or Balcony For Inviting Bright And Fragrant Yellow Roses Which Come Into Bloom From Around June And Last The Whole Summer. This Rose Variety Is Neat And Compact So Suits A Formal Garden Nearby To Box Balls Or Other Examples Of Topiary.plant Patio Rose Flower Power Gold In Containers Individually And Fill With Rich Soil. You Can Surround Your Rose With Yellow-flowered Bedding Like Marigolds Or Monkey Flowers.as An Alternative Bring A Row Of Plants Together At The Front Of A Border To Form A Knitting Hedge, Great For Pollinating Insects Like Bees And Butterflies.useful Tip:rose Flower Power Gold Is Both Hardy And Disease-resistant. We Recommend That You Remove Any Withered Flowers Regularly And Flower Power Gold Will Thank You By Producing More And More Flowers To Take Their Place For A Longer Flower Display Every Year.give Your Newly Planted Bare-root Plant A Rich, Moist Soil Like John Innes No3. Whether They Are In Containers Or Planted At The Front Of Beds They Will Appreciate The Rich Formula That John Innes No.3 Offers.

Rose (patio) Scarlet - Bare Root 0

Rose (patio) Scarlet – Bare Root

beautiful Vibrancy And The Perfect Growth Height For Patios And Containershardy And Has Outstanding Disease Resistanceproducing Flowers From June To Septemberdouble Blooms For Even More Flower Powerenjoy Adding A Touch Of Scarlet To Your Patio Or Border This Summer. Rose Scarlet Is An Exciting Compact Rose To Add To Your Garden. It’s Lightly Scented And Big In Colour. We Love Combining Rose Scarlett Patio With Rose White Patio For An Amazing Colour Contrast Of Vibrant Red And Crystal White.rose Scarlet Has Excellent Disease Resistance, And Is Hardy To Uk Weather. Meaning That You Will Be Able To Enjoy Your Flowers All Summer Long. You Can Also Expect Your Roses To Return Year After Year.this Rose Prefers To Be Grown In A Sunny Location In The Garden And In Doing So You Will Be Rewarded With A Better Display Of Flowers. However, It Can Also Flourish Well In Partially Shaded Areas.

Rose (patio) Wildfire - Bare Root 0

Rose (patio) Wildfire – Bare Root

patio Rose, Great For Small Spacesrepeat-flowering In Clustersdouble Roses For Extra Flower Power choose Rose Variety Wildfire For Your Patio Or Balcony For Years Of Summer Colour. With Its Fragrant Flame-orange Roses That Appear In Big Numbers From June And Last The Whole Summer It Makes A Welcome Addition To A Sunny Site Outdoors Especially With Nearby Topiary, Bay Trees Or Box.position Patio Rose Wildfire In Containers, One Plant To A 30cm (12in) Pot, And Fill With Rich Soil Which Your Rose Will Very Much Appreciate When In Full Flower.for A Wildlife Garden Create A Row Of These Roses To Form A Low Boundary Hedge, Great For Pollinating Insects Like Bees And Hoverflies.useful Tip:rose Wildfire Is Hardy And Disease-resistant Making It As Reliable As It Is Pretty. We Recommend That You Remove Any Withered Flowers Regularly And Rose Wildfire Will Pay You Back With More And More Flowers To Take Their Place.give Your Newly Planted Bare-root Plant A Rich, Moist Soil Like John Innes No3. Whether They Are In Containers Or Planted At The Front Of Beds They Will Appreciate The Rich Formula That John Innes No.3 Offers.

Rose (patio) Claire Marshall - Bare Root 0

Rose (patio) Claire Marshall – Bare Root

patio Rose, Great For Small Spacesfragrant And Repeat-flowering In Clustersmulti Layers Of Petals For Fragrance And Impact rose Claire Marshall Is A Delightful Rose Variety Which Gives You Lots And Lots Of Clustering Blooms Of Fragrant Pink Flowers On Compact And Tidy Perfect-for-patio Plants. Flowering Happily From June Right Into September Claire Marshall Is Disease-resistant So As Dependable As It Is Beautiful.position Patio Rose In Containers, One Plant To A 30cm (12in) Pot, And Fill With Rich Soil Which Your Rose Will Very Much Appreciate When Revealing Its Beautiful Blooms.we Recommend That You Partner This Pretty And Free-flowering Patio Rose With Formal Topiary Box And Bay Plants For An Attractive And Exuberant Display. Offset The Pink Blooms With A Surrounding Ring Of Busy Lizzies Or Petunias.useful Tip:rose Claire Marshall Is Both Hardy To Variable Uk Weather Conditions And Disease-resistant Making It As Reliable As It Is Pretty. We Recommend That You Dead-head Your Rose On A Regular Basis And Rose Claire Marshall Will Continue To Flower More And More.give Your Newly Planted Bare-root Plant A Rich, Moist Soil Like John Innes No3. Whether They Are In Containers Or Planted At The Front Of Beds They Will Appreciate The Rich Formula That John Innes No.3 Offers.

Rose - Mandarin - Bare Root 0

Rose – Mandarin – Bare Root

Enjoy This Patio Rose Variety Which Reveals Beautiful Roses With Pink Outer Petals And Orange Centres, And Gives Off A Pleasant Aroma As You Walk By.the Flowers, Which Last Through The Whole Of Summer And Into Early Autumn Change Colour As The Season Continues, Giving You An Ever-changing Display Of Colours Every Year.flowers Are Offset By Attractive Glossy Green Leaves For A Lovely Comparison. Cut Off A Stem Or Two To Put In A Bouquet For A Loved One.your Bare Root Roses Will Be Delivered At The Right Time For Planting, Normally Between Autumn And Early Spring, Depending On Weather Conditions. Unpack Them Immediately And Plant As Soon As Possible After Delivery.your Bare Root Roses Will Be Sent Out With Full Planting And Care Instructions.

Astrantia Collection X3 Bare Roots 0

Astrantia Collection X3 Bare Roots

This Astrantia Collection Include The Following Bare Root Plants; Astrantia pink Pride, Buckland And Claret. Their Range Of Colours Makes Them Perfect Planting Companions For Each Other As Well As Many Other Common Garden Plants. If You Have A Moist, Shady Spot Then These Astrantias Are For You. astrantia Buckland Has Attractive, Pale Pink Flowers With Hints Of Green And White. The Flowers, Which Appear From June To August, Are Held Above Deep Green, Lobed Leaves And Compared To Many Other Astrantias, Buckland Produces Much Larger Flowers. Perfect For Cottage-garden Displays, It Can Be Used Equally Well In Contemporary Planting Schemes. Great For A Sunny Or Partially Shaded Spot As Long As The Soil Remains Moist.astrantia Claret Flowers are Surrounded By Long-lasting Bracts. Astrantia Flower Heads Look Like Pincushions Hence The Plants' other Common Name Of Hattie's Pincushion.  Astrantia 'claret' Has Crimson Flowers That Are Produced In Profusion Above attractive Lobed Foliage.astrantia Pink Pride a Cottage Garden Beauty That Fits Into Many Flower Schemes – Good At The Front Of Borders Or In Containers. Beautiful Pincushion Flower Heads Of Candy-pink Appear On Wiry Stems Above Bright Green Palmate Foliage Throughout The Summer. After They Flower, You Can Expect A Second Flush Later In The Season, Just Cut Back The Flowering Stems Once They Flowered For The First Time And They May Flower Again In September.astrantia Are Perfect Plants For Moist, Shady Borders. Plant The Bare Roots Into Weed Free Soil And Water In. Cut Back Spent Stems In Late Autumn When Flowering Has Finished And Plants Will Re-emerge Next Spring.