Gallica Roses

The Gallicas are probably the oldest of all garden roses. They were grown by the Greeks and Romans. In the 17th century the Dutch started to breed new varieties, and later the French continued their devel... Read more

The Gallicas are probably the oldest of all garden roses. They were grown by the Greeks and Romans. In the 17th century the Dutch started to breed new varieties, and later the French continued their development on a very large scale. Among them are to be found some very fine roses with magnificent mixtures of colour - particularly among the crimson, purple and mauve shades - and they have beautiful flower formation. They form short bushy shrubs, many of which are quite suitable for small gardens. Read less

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Charles de Mills
Tuscany Superb
Rosa Mundi
Empress Joséphine
D’Aguesseau
Belle de Crécy
Belle Isis
Sissinghurst Castle
Cardinal de Richelieu
Tuscany
Violacea
Surpasse Tout
Tricolore de Flandre
Georges Vibert
Gloire de France
Hippolyte
Ipsilante
Nestor
Pompon Panache
President de Sèze
Burgundy Rose
Camaieux
Alain Blanchard
Anaïs Ségalas
Beau Narcisse
Du Maitre d’Ecole
Cramoisi Picoté
Duchesse de Buccleugh
Duc de Guiche