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Our extensive collection of roses features over 800 varieties, including nearly 200 of David Austin’s English Roses together with a selection of Old Roses, modern roses, climbers, ramblers and species roses. With so many varieties to choose from we can offer a rose for almost every position in the garden. Choosing the perfect rose is a very personal decision and with so many different types of roses to choose from, you may find it helpful to refine your search by using the navigation tool on the left-hand side of this page. For individual help or advice, we encourage you to contact our friendly, knowledgeable team on 01902 376300.

   

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  1. Kew Gardens

    Kew Gardens

    English Shrub Rose
    Small, single flowers held in very large heads, rather like a hydrangea, produced almost continuously from early summer into autumn. Soft apricot buds open to pure white, with a hint of soft lemon behind the stamens. It is extremely healthy and almost thornless. The growth is bushy and rather upright. David Austin, 2009.
    £18.50 - £25.50
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  2. Mortimer Sackler

    Mortimer Sackler

    English Climbing Rose
    A delicately beautiful, rather unusual climber, bearing pretty pointed buds which open to medium-sized, loosely double, light pink flowers. Produced in large open sprays over a very long season, the flowers are held on slender dark stems and gradually open to expose golden stamens. There is a light-medium Old Rose scent with hints of fruit. It is healthy and almost thornless with relatively small, dark green leaves. The right to name this rose was auctioned on behalf of The National Trust. DavidᅠAustin, 2002.
    £18.50 - £25.50
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  1. Ghislaine de Féligonde

    Ghislaine de Féligonde

    Rambling Rose
    This is a useful rambler in that it is almost thornless, very healthy and not too vigorous. The orange buds open to small, pale apricot blooms with a yellow base, then fade to peach, pink and white. In autumn the flowers tend to be more pink. There is a sweet, musky fragrance and it repeat flowers throughout the summer. It can also be pruned to create a tall, rounded shrub. Turbat, 1876.
    £18.50 - £25.50
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  2. Mme. Alfred Carrière

    Mme. Alfred Carrière

    Climbing Rose
    It bears large, cupped, rather informal, creamy white blooms tinged with pink, which have a strong, sweet fruity fragrance. First flowering in June/July, it repeats until late in the season. The growth is strong, bushy and upright with plentiful foliage. Although rather stiff, training the stems will create a graceful effect. Schwartz, 1879.
    £18.50 - £25.50
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  1. Lichfield Angel

    Lichfield Angel

    English Shrub Rose
    Pale peachy pink buds gradually open to form neatly cupped, cream rosettes. Each bloom has a perfect ring of waxy petals enclosing numerous smaller petals. Eventually the petals turn back to form a large, domed flower. It forms a vigorous, rounded, almost thornless shrub, its blooms nodding attractively on the branch. Named after an 8th century limestone sculptured panel, discovered in Lichfield Cathedral. David Austin, 2006.
    £18.50 - £25.50
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  2. Veilchenblau

    Veilchenblau

    Rambling Rose
    Produces large, closely packed clusters of small, cupped flowers. They open purple-magenta with a white centre, occasionally streaked white too, each with an attractive boss of bright yellow stamens. As the blooms age, they fade to lilac-grey – appearing almost blue on occasions. There is a fresh, fruity scent with rich orange notes. The growth is rather stiff and almost thornless. Schmidt, 1869.
    £18.50 - £25.50
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  1. Ballerina

    Ballerina

    Standard Tree Rose
    A beautiful standard rose, deserving of a prime spot in the garden. It is one of the most reliable, free and continuous flowering of all roses. The small, single Polyantha flowers are soft pink, with white centres and prominent golden stamens. They are held in close, many-flowered trusses, reminiscent of hydrangea heads. Its rounded habit and light green foliage gives it an attractive, shapely head. There is a slight scent. .
    £40.00 - £59.95
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  2. The Shepherdess

    The Shepherdess

    English Shrub Rose
    Bears medium-sized, deeply cupped flowers, with a few stamens. They are pale apricot – sometimes with a pinkish hue. The scent is fruity with hints of lemon. It forms an upright, bushy shrub. The name is taken from Sir Philip Sidney’s The Arcadia (1593). David Austin, 2005.
    £18.50 - £25.50
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  1. R. banksiae lutea

    R. banksiae lutea

    Rambling Rose
    Blooms well before most other roses, in April/May, bearing hanging sprays of small, double, primrose yellow flowers. The branches are thornless and the foliage highly polished. This is the most widely grown of the Banksiaes, and the hardiest, growing in more sheltered positions. It flourishes in warmer climates. There is a light scent. R.H.S., 1824.
    £25.50
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  2. Mme. Plantier

    Mme. Plantier

    Old Rose
    Clusters of medium-sized, white, pompon blooms with a strong Old Rose scent. A graceful, arching shrub that may be trained as a climber. Plantier, 1835.
    £18.50 - £25.50
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  1. Reine des Violettes

    Reine des Violettes

    Old Rose
    The medium-sized flowers are flat and well-formed, with many petals in varying shades of magenta. They have a medium-strong fragrance. The growth is almost thornless and the foliage is a dusky greyish-green. MilletᅠMalet, 1860.
    £18.50
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  2. Cambridgeshire

    Cambridgeshire

    Ground Cover Rose
    Clusters of striking, multi-coloured blooms. Repeat-flowering. Compact, bushy growth. Kordes, 1993.
    £18.50
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