ROSES

 ROSES

Roses are an incredibly popular garden plant, prized for their sheer beauty and versatility coming in a wide variety of shapes, colours and sizes. There are numerous roses to choose from, suited to almost all spots within your garden- shrubs, groundcover, ramblers and climbers for covering arches and pergolas. Roses best suited to sunny spots or to shade. The sheer scope of roses to choose from can be bewildering to begin with,  our overview of the Rose 'groups' can help you narrow it down.

               We stock a wide range of up to 25 varieties of Roses to choose from. For more information call us on 0207-351-3343 or come and visit us today!

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  • Rose, Floribunda Roses
    The Floribunda (Latin for ‘many flowered’) bears its flowers in clusters, with several blooms opening at one time in each truss. They are equal in their diverse colour range to the Hybrid Tea Roses with similar shaped blossoms but differing in the mass of flowers that they produce. They generally have shorter stems than the Hybrid Tea and thus are not commonly used for cut flowers. Floribunda are an excellent option for providing a large s..
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  • Rose, Hybrid Tea Rose
    The Hybrid Tea Roses are the most popular class of roses, and are available in both bush and standard form. As their name implies they were created by cross breeding 2 types of roses and are the oldest ‘group’ of Roses. Hybrid Tea Roses have long upright stems with shapely and well formed blooms which are medium to large sized, with many petals forming a distinctive central cone. Generally the blooms are bourne singly or with several side ..
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  • ROSE, MINIATURE ROSES
    Miniature Roses are the smallest of the rose plants and can’t fail to captivate. These ‘dwarf’ roses, with clusters of small flowers and leaves rarely exceed 10-15 inches.  Miniture roses are hardy, grow continuously and can be used for edging beds and garden borders, growing in planters and rockeries or even as an indoor pot plant. Due to their ‘dwarf’ size, they can be grown in containers. They solve the problem of space for those with ..
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  • ROSES, CLIMBERS & RAMBLERS
    The Climbing and Rambling roses can be made to climb, if tied to a support, trellis, arch or pergola etc. The two groups are often confused but the simplest answer, although there are exceptions is that the Rambling Rose flowers only once with great impact in the Summer, usually June, whereas the climbers repeat flower throughout the Summer and Autumn. Ramblers tend to have long pliable stems which bear large trusses of small flowers in on..
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  • ROSES, SHRUB ROSES
    The shrub rose is a large and diverse group of roses. What links them is that they all grow into bushy spreading ‘shrub’ plants and are neither Hybrid Teas’or Floribundas. They are the product of crossing varying ‘species’ roses with the ‘modern bush’ roses. The typical shrub rose is taller and larger than a bedding rose and has thorny stems often with large leaves and single to double flowers. They may bloom only once or repeat flower dep..
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