Looking for something?

X
Close
Old Roses

Old Roses

The Old Roses are divided into two categories: Summer Flowering Old Roses and Repeat Flowering Old Roses. Summer Flowering Old Roses are the true Old Roses of early European origin. It was these roses that played a key part in the development of David Austin’s English Roses. The true Old Roses consist of the Gallicas, Damasks, Albas, Centifolias and Mosses. Although they only flower during the early summer, with one or two exceptions, they give a magnificent display. Many varieties have a wonderful fragrance and they are all full of character, as well as generally being extremely tough and easy to look after. Repeat Flowering Old Roses originate from the China Roses, which had the unique ability to repeat flower throughout the summer. They were introduced from China to Europe in the 18th century where they were soon cross-fertilized with the true Old Roses to create a group of repeat-flowering Old Roses, which includes the Chinas, Portlands, Bourbons and Hybrid Perpetuals. It may be said that the English Roses have now superseded these.

   

1-160 of 160 results - per page

Page
  1. 1
  1. Ferdinand Pichard

    Ferdinand Pichard

    Old Rose
    Bears full, globular, pink flowers, clearly striped with fuchsia, magenta and white. After its first crop of blooms, it flowers in flushes in late summer. There is a strong, rich fragrance. It forms a bushy shrub with luxuriant pale green foliage and prickly stems. It prefers a warm, protected position.Tanne, 1910.
    £17.50 - £24.00
    Shop now
  2. Tuscany Superb

    Tuscany Superb

    Old Rose
    A very similar rose to 'Tuscany' but with larger flowers and taller growth. The magenta-red semi-double, many petalled flowers are fragrant with golden stamens. It forms a sturdy shrub with spreading, upright growth and plentiful foliage. ThomasᅠRiversᅠ&ᅠSonsᅠLtd., 1837.
    £17.50 - £24.00
    Shop now
  1. Ispahan

    Ispahan

    Old Rose
    Exquisite half-open blooms of lovely mid pink, open to form loosely reflexed flowers. It is always one of the first of the Summer Flowering Old Roses to bloom and has a strong and particularly fine Old Rose fragrance. Unknown, c.1832.
    £17.50 - £24.00
    Shop now
  2. William Lobb

    William Lobb

    Old Rose
    Large, open sprays of purple magenta blooms, fading to shades of purple, mauve and violet-grey. They have a rich perfume and plentiful green moss. A tall, vigorous shrub with thorny stems and dark green foliage; it can also be trained as a climber. Laffay, 1855.
    £17.50 - £24.00
    Shop now
  1. Rosa Mundi

    Rosa Mundi

    Old Rose
    A sport of R. gallica 'Officinalis', sharing all of its characteristics except the fuchsia flowers are striped with white. Although only once flowering, it is a very showy plant, producing a mass of fragrant blooms. It forms a bushy, compact shrub. Priorᅠtoᅠ1600.
    £17.50 - £24.00
    Shop now
  2. Rose de Rêscht

    Rose de Rêscht

    Old Rose
    A very fragrant variety, bearing small, neat, very double, bright magenta flowers packed full with petals. It forms a compact shrub with shapely, bushy growth. The flowers are held well above the dense, rough textured, deep green foliage. 1840.
    £17.50 - £24.00
    Shop now
  1. Queen of Denmark

    Queen of Denmark

    Old Rose
    One of the finest of all the Old Roses. Pretty, cupped buds open to large, beautifully formed, quartered, slightly reflexing flowers, each with a central button eye. They are a soft glowing shade of pink, with a particularly strong and delicious Old Rose fragrance. It forms a vigorous shrub with thorny growth and attractive grey-green leaves. Booth, 1826.
    £17.50 - £24.00
    Shop now
  2. Charles de Mills

    Charles de Mills

    Old Rose
    Particularly large, opulent flowers with many closely packed petals giving the impression of very flat, 'sliced-off' blooms. They are rich magentared and have a medium-strong fragrance. An attractive shrub; the growth is upright and arching. Unknown, c.1790.
    £17.50 - £24.00
    Shop now
  1. Jacques Cartier

    Jacques Cartier

    Old Rose
    Similar to 'Comte de Chambord', but with even more perfect flowers. It bears large, shapely rosettes, each with a button eye at the centre, and has the same clear, mid pink colouring, paling a little with age. There is a strong, rich fragrance. The growth is compact and erect with light green foliage. Moreau-Robert, 1868.
    £17.50 - £24.00
    Shop now
  2. Empress Joséphine

    Empress Joséphine

    Old Rose
    Large, loosely double, bright pink blooms, followed by orange hips. Fruity Old Rose fragrance. A bushy shrub with ample grey-green foliage. Descemet, 1815.
    £17.50 - £24.00
    Shop now
  1. R. gallica ‘Officinalis’

    R. gallica ‘Officinalis’

    Old Rose
    Large, semi-double, fuchsia flowers and a pure Old Rose scent. Very free-flowering, creating a mass of colour. Hips in autumn. A low branching shrub with ample foliage. Priorᅠtoᅠ1400.
    £17.50 - £24.00
    Shop now
  2. Mme. Hardy

    Mme. Hardy

    Old Rose
    Glistening white blooms, each with a green eye, held in nicely poised clusters. A strong Old Rose fragrance. Strong, bushy growth. Hardy, 1832.
    £17.50 - £24.00
    Shop now
  1. Bullata

    Bullata

    Old Rose
    A sport of 'Centifolia' but with very large, deeply crinkled leaves, rather like the leaves of a lettuce. The flowers are exactly the same - rose pink, cupped and richly fragrant. A curiosity.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Cramoisi Picoté

    Cramoisi Picoté

    Old Rose
    A pretty and unusual little rose. Small, very double, deep pink flowers, edged with crimson. Short, compact growth with small, dark green leaves. Lightly fragrant.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. Georg Arends

    Georg Arends

    Old Rose
    A good shrub with large, rose pink blooms of perfect Hybrid Tea shape; the petals curling back at the edges in a most beautiful manner. Deliciously fragrant. Recurrent flowering.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Jeanne de Montfort

    Jeanne de Montfort

    Old Rose
    Unusually tall and vigorous for a Moss Rose. Loosely formed flowers of rich warm-pink, revealing yellow stamens. Sweetly scented. The buds have ample brown moss on long sepals.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. Sir Joseph Paxton

    Sir Joseph Paxton

    Old Rose
    Small clusters of large, full, cup-shaped flowers. They are a very bright rose pink with tints of crimson. Medium strength fragrance. Very strong, healthy and upright growth. No repeat-flowering.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Spong

    Spong

    Old Rose
    A miniature Centifolia with small, rich pink flowers on bushy, branching growth. Attractive, although needs dead-heading as the petals do not drop cleanly.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. Triomphe de l’Exposition

    Triomphe de l’Exposition

    Old Rose
    Full, flat and quartered cherry-red blooms, each with a button eye. Repeat-flowering. Strong, bushy growth.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Unique Blanche

    Unique Blanche

    Old Rose
    A sport of 'Centifolia', bearing creamy white flowers with lovely silky petals and a good fragrance. Although they are cupped at first, they open rather untidily, revealing a button eye. Strong growth.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. Comte de Chambord

    Comte de Chambord

    Old Rose
    A most charming rose of true Old Rose character. Its light magenta, full-petalled flowers open flat and quartered. They have a strong and delicious Old Rose fragrance. It forms a strong, upright shrub with prickly stems and ample foliage - the leaves coming up to the flower in true Portland style. Moreau-Robert, 1860.
    £17.50 - £24.00
    Shop now
  2. Celsiana

    Celsiana

    Old Rose
    Small clusters of large, open, semi-double flowers of a lovely pale pink colouring, with golden stamens. A graceful shrub with grey-green foliage. Delicious Old Rose fragrance. Unknown, c.1750.
    £17.50 - £24.00
    Shop now
  1. Fantin Latour

    Fantin Latour

    Old Rose
    Beautifully formed, full-petalled flowers, cupped at first, later reflexing at the edges; mid pink deepening to shell pink at the centre. Strong, delicious fragrance. A shapely, vigorous shrub. Unknown, c.1940.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Louise Odier

    Louise Odier

    Old Rose
    Richly fragrant flowers of a lovely bright pink, shaded with lilac. Cupped at first, they open flatter and neatly rounded, with each petal precisely in place. A vigorous shrub with plentiful foliage and thick prickly stems. Margottin, 1851.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  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.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Mme. Isaac Pereire

    Mme. Isaac Pereire

    Old Rose
    Huge, fuchsia, cup-shaped flowers; the petals eventually turning back prettily at the edges. Powerful and delicious fragrance. A large, vigorous shrub with open growth. Garcon, 1841.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. 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.
    £17.50 - £24.00
    Shop now
  2. Anaïs Ségalas

    Anaïs Ségalas

    Old Rose
    Perfectly shaped, flat flowers of mauve-crimson fading to pale lilac-pink, each with a green eye. It is free-flowering and has a strong fragrance. Forms a low-growing, branching bush with light green foliage.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. Assemblage des Beautés

    Assemblage des Beautés

    Old Rose
    Very double, cherry red flowers, later tinged mauve; the petals reflexing almost to a ball, with a button eye at the centre. Very fragrant. Will make an upright, healthy shrub.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Blanche Moreau

    Blanche Moreau

    Old Rose
    Dark brown moss and thorns, contrasting with the creamy white, very double, cupped flowers, which later become flat. Strong, sweet fragrance. Occasionally flowers in the autumn. A slender, lax shrub that may need the occasional spray to keep it healthy.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. Blush Hip

    Blush Hip

    Old Rose
    A vigorous variety with beautiful, fully double, soft pink flowers. Strongly fragrant. Unfortunately, the flowers are susceptible to the rain.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Capitaine Basroger

    Capitaine Basroger

    Old Rose
    Full, medium-sized flowers of intense crimson-purple. A lanky, vigorous shrub that can be used as a climber. Rather sparse moss but does repeat flower to a certain extent.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. Capitaine John Ingram

    Capitaine John Ingram

    Old Rose
    Small, full petalled flowers of mottled, dark maroon-crimson with a light reverse; a pleasing colour effect. The buds are rather sparsely covered in red moss. A vigorous, bushy shrub with dark foliage and many thorns. Needs spraying to keep it healthy.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Commandant Beaurepaire

    Commandant Beaurepaire

    Old Rose
    Large, double, strongly fragrant flowers of the most beautiful colouring: light pink, flecked and striped with deep pink, purple and scarlet. Abundant flowering in early summer. Forms a dense, leafy shrub with strong growth. Requires some thinning.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. Comtesse Cécile de Chabrillant

    Comtesse Cécile de Chabrillant

    Old Rose
    A beautiful rose with neat, rounded flowers. They are rich pink, veined with many other shades of pink, and paler pink on the reverse. Strongly fragrant and free-flowering; repeats well if dead-headed. An attractive, compact shrub. Can be trained as a climber.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. D’Aguesseau

    D’Aguesseau

    Old Rose
    Bright cerise-scarlet flowers fading to cerise pink - the brightest red colouring to be found among the Gallicas. Full petalled and fragrant. Strong growth. Ample foliage.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. Delambre

    Delambre

    Old Rose
    Compact bush bearing full petalled, deep pink flowers against ample dark green foliage. Very sweet fragrance.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Duchesse de Verneuil

    Duchesse de Verneuil

    Old Rose
    A charming rose of delicate refinement with fragrant flowers of clear, fresh pink colouring, the petals being slightly paler on the reverse. It has well mossed buds, good foliage and forms a shapely shrub. An excellent garden variety.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. Duke of Edinburgh

    Duke of Edinburgh

    Old Rose
    One of the best red Hybrid Perpetuals with full, rounded, fragrant flowers. It repeat flowers quite well in the autumn. Strong, upright growth.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Empereur du Maroc

    Empereur du Maroc

    Old Rose
    Very beautiful, dark, velvety maroon-crimson flowers. They are full petalled, flat and quartered with a strong fragrance. The growth is rather weak; requires a high standard of cultivation to look its best. Prune back after flowering to encourage more blooms.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. Général Kléber

    Général Kléber

    Old Rose
    Large blooms of soft clear pink, opening flat and quartered, each with a button eye. Prettily mossed buds. Lovely fragrance. Good bushy growth, with light green foliage. One of the most beautiful of the Moss Roses.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Georges Vibert

    Georges Vibert

    Old Rose
    Small, blush pink flowers, striped with light crimson, opening flat with quilled petals. Strongly fragrant. Narrow, upright growth. Many thorns and unusually small leaves.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. Gloire de France

    Gloire de France

    Old Rose
    A relatively short but lax shrub with large, beautifully shaped, full flowers of lilac-pink, paling at the edges. Strongly fragrant.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Gloire de Guilan

    Gloire de Guilan

    Old Rose
    Cupped blooms opening flat and loosely quartered in a beautifully clear pink. An informal, rather lax shrub with fresh green leaves. Particularly disease resistant. Grown in Persia for attar of roses, the flowers being deliciously fragrant when warm.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. James Mitchell

    James Mitchell

    Old Rose
    Rather small, pompon-shaped flowers of magenta-pink fading to lilac-pink. They are pretty in the bud, wrapped in dark moss. Strongly fragrant. An effective garden shrub with graceful, vigorous growth.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. James Veitch

    James Veitch

    Old Rose
    One of the very few repeat-flowering Old Roses. The flowers change colour dramatically as it ages from crimson through to violet with grey tones. Fragrant. Heavily mossed although rather bristly.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. Japonica

    Japonica

    Old Rose
    Magenta-pink blooms, fading to soft lilac-grey. There are finer flowers but it is unique in that it has green moss not only on the buds but enveloping the whole length of the stems and even running onto the leaves. The young foliage has purple and copper tints.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. John Hopper

    John Hopper

    Old Rose
    Large lilac-pink flowers, the colour deepening towards the centre. The fragrance is very strong. Vigorous, upright growth. Poor repeating.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. Kronprinzessin Viktoria

    Kronprinzessin Viktoria

    Old Rose
    A sport of 'Souvenir de la Malmaison' with identical characteristics except that the flowers are creamy white shaded with pale lemon-yellow. Weaker than its parent and needs good care.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Le Vésuve

    Le Vésuve

    Old Rose
    Dainty scrolled buds of tea rose appearance. They are a soft creamy pink colour, gradually deepening, taking on tints of carmine. Lovely tea rose fragrance. Flowers produced continually on a branching, twiggy bush.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. Louis Gimard

    Louis Gimard

    Old Rose
    Large, globular flowers, tightly packed with petals, which are light crimson fading to tones of pale lilac as they open. It has deep green foliage and the buds are enclosed in dark moss. Good fragrance.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Marbrée

    Marbrée

    Old Rose
    Deep purple-pink flowers, mottled paler and opening flat. The growth is tall and strong for a Portland Rose, with plentiful dark green foliage. Light fragrance.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. Maréchal Davoust

    Maréchal Davoust

    Old Rose
    Attractive buds, covered with green-brown moss, open to large, shapely flowers of intense carmine-pink, turning to lilac and purple. Each has a button centre and a green eye. An excellent garden shrub of elegant, arching growth, laden with flowers. Fragrant.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Mme. Lauriol de Barny

    Mme. Lauriol de Barny

    Old Rose
    Very beautiful, silvery-pink flowers on a vigorous shrub that is often better trained as a climber. Strongly fragrant. Only very occasional flowers later in the season.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. Mme. de la Roche-Lambert

    Mme. de la Roche-Lambert

    Old Rose
    A beautiful and distinctive Moss Rose. Attractive crimson buds with dark moss and long sepals, opening to many petalled, well-shaped, flat flowers of rich crimson, with maroon and purple at the centre. Good bushy growth. Occasionally repeat flowers.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Mme. Zoetmans

    Mme. Zoetmans

    Old Rose
    A lovely variety. Full-petalled, rosette-shaped flowers with a button eye; white, tinted with blush at the centre. Graceful, free growth and fresh green leaves. Strong fragrance.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. Nestor

    Nestor

    Old Rose
    Flat, quartered, lilac-pink flowers with mauve and grey tints. Lightly fragrant. Bushy, almost thornless growth that may well benefit from staking.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Oeillet Parfait

    Oeillet Parfait

    Old Rose
    The many petalled flowers are warm-pink and open flat but then reflex into balls. Compact, twiggy growth with small, pale green leaves. There is also a striped Gallica of the same name.
    £19.00
    Shop now
  1. Omar Khayyam

    Omar Khayyam

    Old Rose
    More of historic interest than garden value. Fragrant, medium-sized, soft pink flowers, each with a distinct button eye. Grey-green, downy foliage that may well need spraying to keep it healthy.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Paul Ricault

    Paul Ricault

    Old Rose
    Very full petalled flowers of rich rose pink, the petals arranged in an attractive quartered shape. They are strongly fragrant and are produced in great profusion, hanging gracefully upon the stems.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. Petite Lisette

    Petite Lisette

    Old Rose
    A charming, miniature-flowered Damask, with perfect, little, fragrant flowers of clear pink colouring, held in open sprays. Neat, grey-green foliage. Excellent well-rounded growth.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Pompon Panache

    Pompon Panache

    Old Rose
    Pretty, neatly formed, miniature flowers with deep pink stripes on a cream background. Held in ones and twos on wiry, upright stems. Excellent fragrance. Erect growth with small leaves.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. Prince Charles

    Prince Charles

    Old Rose
    Large, flat, dark crimson-purple flowers that turn almost lilac as they age, the petals being veined and crimpled. Strong growth with large leaves and few thorns. It has little fragrance and is not recurrent.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. René d’Anjou

    René d’Anjou

    Old Rose
    A dainty spreading bush with bronze tinted foliage. Pretty reddish pink buds have a covering of brownish green moss. These open to deliciously scented double blooms of soft pink. Golden stamens can be glimpsed at the centre of the bloom.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. Rose du Roi à Fleurs Pourprés

    Rose du Roi à Fleurs Pourprés

    Old Rose
    Supposedly a sport from 'Rose du Roi' to which it is very similar but with rich purple flowers. Rather spreading growth habit. Strong fragrance and good repeating.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Salet

    Salet

    Old Rose
    Clear rose pink blooms, with red moss a good, sweet fragrance. One of the best of the Moss Roses for repeat-flowering, although the flowers and growth are both rather coarse.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. Surpasse Tout

    Surpasse Tout

    Old Rose
    Large, full petalled, tightly packed flowers of light rose-crimson, turning to bright cerise-pink. The petals eventually reflex, revealing a central button eye. There is a strong fragrance. A good bushy plant.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Vick’s Caprice

    Vick’s Caprice

    Old Rose
    Very full petalled, deep pink flowers, opening rose pink delicately striped and flecked all over with lighter pink and white. Large but refined with very good fragrance and repeating. The ample foliage comes all the way up to the flowers.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. White de Meaux

    White de Meaux

    Old Rose
    A white sport of 'De Meaux', to which it is similar in every way except that the flowers are white, tinged with pink. They are tiny, neat pompons, tightly packed with petals. This is a miniature Centifolia with dense, twiggy growth and light green foliage.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Belle Isis

    Belle Isis

    Old Rose
    A pretty little rose, ideal for smaller gardens. Bears quite small flowers of the purest pink; a colour rare amongst Gallicas. A parent of 'Constance Spry', with the same palest myrrh fragrance. Parmentier, 1845.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. Celestial

    Celestial

    Old Rose
    A rose of exquisite beauty. Translucent shell pink flowers with a strong, Old Rose scent. A robust and reliable shrub. 1759.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Duchesse de Montebello

    Duchesse de Montebello

    Old Rose
    A most charming rose. Dainty, fully double flowers of pure blush pink. The growth is spreading. Good fruity fragrance. 1829.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. Félicité Parmentier

    Félicité Parmentier

    Old Rose
    Beautifully formed, many petalled, fresh pink blooms, which fade to cream at the edges. Delicious fragrance. A short, bushy shrub. Parmentier, 1834.
    £17.50 - £24.00
    Shop now
  2. Gloire des Mousseux

    Gloire des Mousseux

    Old Rose
    Large flowers of clear pink, paling with age. Abundant light green moss. Vigorous, upright growth. Fragrant. Laffay, 1852.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. Honorine de Brabant

    Honorine de Brabant

    Old Rose
    Shallowly cupped, quartered flowers of light pink splashed with shades of crimson and purple. Strongly fragrant. Good repeating; the later flowers often being of better quality. Robust, bushy growth. Ample foliage. Can be grown as a tall shrub or short climber .
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Mme. Pierre Oger

    Mme. Pierre Oger

    Old Rose
    A sport of 'La Reine Victoria', with the same chaliceshaped flowers, but of pale silvery pink. Rich perfume. Slender growth and very perpetual. Verdier, 1878.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. Old Pink Moss

    Old Pink Moss

    Old Rose
    The original Moss Rose and one of the most beautiful. Clear pink flowers; globular at first, later opening flat, with a wonderful fragrance. Graceful growth and foliage. 1700.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Pompon Blanc Parfait

    Pompon Blanc Parfait

    Old Rose
    An unusual rose. Small, neat, tightly packed, pompon flowers of pale lilac-pink, held on short, thin stems. Slow, twiggy and stiff growth, with small grey-green leaves. Slight fragrance. 1876.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. Souvenir de la Malmaison

    Souvenir de la Malmaison

    Old Rose
    Named in memory of Empress Joséphine’s famous garden at Malmaison. Large, soft pink flowers, cupped at first, but opening flat and quartered. Strong fragrance. Beluze, 1843.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Souvenir de St. Anne’s

    Souvenir de St. Anne’s

    Old Rose
    An almost single sport of 'Souvenir de la Malmaison' with delicate, beautifully formed flowers of blush pink, fading almost to white. Repeat-flowering and strongly fragrant. The growth is vigorous and, with generous treatment, it can form a fine shrub. Thomas, 1950.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. York and Lancaster

    York and Lancaster

    Old Rose
    Semi-double flowers, sometimes white, sometimes pink, sometimes a mixture of both. Not showy but nicely held in elegant sprays, with pleasing growth and foliage. Requires good soil. Fragrant. Priorᅠtoᅠ1551.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Amelia

    Amelia

    Old Rose
    A small shrub for an Alba. Produces large, fragrant, pure pink, semidouble flowers. Red hips. Vibert, 1823.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. Baronne Prévost

    Baronne Prévost

    Old Rose
    One of the earliest and best Hybrid Perpetuals. Classic Old Rose flower form with full, quartered blooms and a button eye. Soft rose pink with a powerful Old Rose fragrance. Strong, very upright growth. Desprez, 1842.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Belle Amour

    Belle Amour

    Old Rose
    Clusters of cupped, semi-double flowers. They are a soft salmon-pink - a shade almost unique among Old Roses. Myrrh fragrance. Strong growth. Discovered in a convent at Elboeuf, Normandy 1840.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. Bourbon Queen

    Bourbon Queen

    Old Rose
    Loosely cupped, strongly fragrant flowers with crinkled petals and exposed stamens. They are medium pink, veined darker and paling towards the edges. Very free-flowering with some flowers later on. Tough and reliable. May be grown as a tall shrub or climber. Mauget, 1834.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Centifolia

    Centifolia

    Old Rose
    Also known as 'Cabbage Rose' or 'Provence Rose'. It forms a graceful lax shrub with heavy, nodding clear pink blooms, later opening to form many petalled cups. Richly fragrant. .
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. Chapeau de Napoléon

    Chapeau de Napoléon

    Old Rose
    Large, clear pink, globe-like flowers. Richly fragrant. Distinguished by the greatly enlarged wings of its calyces that attractively envelop the buds in green. 1845.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Cottage Maid

    Cottage Maid

    Old Rose
    Large, full, globular, creamy white blooms, delicately striped rose pink. Rich fragrance. A bushy, thorny shrub. Vibert, 1845.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. De Meaux

    De Meaux

    Old Rose
    A neatly formed dwarf shrub with miniature flowers, with leaves to match. The dainty flowers are pure pink, neatly formed and tightly packed with petals. 1785.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Duchesse d’Angoulème

    Duchesse d’Angoulème

    Old Rose
    Mid pink flowers of pleasing delicacy and incurving formation. These are gracefully held, nodding on short, arching growth. Vibert, 1821.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. Hermosa

    Hermosa

    Old Rose
    This is an excellent shrub that bears pretty little pink flowers. These are produced with remarkable continuity on a sturdy, bushy shrub. Marcheseau, 1840.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Ipsilante

    Ipsilante

    Old Rose
    One of the best Gallicas, with large, flat, quartered blooms of lustrous soft pink. Excellent shapely growth. Rich fragrance. Vibert, 1821.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. La Ville de Bruxelles

    La Ville de Bruxelles

    Old Rose
    Exceptionally large, full-petalled blooms of clear, rich pink. Strong, fruity fragrance. An upright, vigorous shrub with plentiful pale green foliage. Vibert, 1849.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Maiden’s Blush

    Maiden’s Blush

    Old Rose
    Soft pink, loosely double, rosette-shaped flowers. Rich perfume. A hardy, well-formed shrub. Priorᅠtoᅠ1400.
    £17.50 - £24.00
    Shop now
  1. Marie-Louise

    Marie-Louise

    Old Rose
    Splendid, full-petalled flowers of intense pink, opening to flat rosettes. Arching growth. Plenty of good foliage. Strong fragrance. 1813.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Mousseline

    Mousseline

    Old Rose
    Alfred de Dalmas' A Moss Rose which also has the advantage of repeat-flowering. Medium-sized, cupped, soft pink flowers with green-brown moss. Sweetly fragrant. Bushy, upright growth. Pale green, spoon-shaped leaves. 1855.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. Old Blush China

    Old Blush China

    Old Rose
    Graceful clusters of dainty, soft pink flowers. There is a delicious fragrance. A very good, twiggy garden shrub, starting to flower early and finishing late. 1750.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. President de Sèze

    President de Sèze

    Old Rose
    Full, Old Rose scented flowers of the most beautiful colouring, which has been variously described as cerise, violet and silvery grey, the overall effect being of lilac-pink. Herbert, 1836.
    £17.50 - £24.00
    Shop now
  1. Quatre Saisons

    Quatre Saisons

    Old Rose
    Loosely double, clear pink flowers with a powerful fragrance. Spreading growth. Greyish-green foliage. .
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Soupert et Notting

    Soupert et Notting

    Old Rose
    An attractive Moss Rose. The blooms are mid pink and have a pleasing, neat formality. Dwarf, vigorous and bushy growth. Strong fragrance. PernetᅠPere, 1874.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. Arthur de Sansal

    Arthur de Sansal

    Old Rose
    Neatly shaped, very double, dark crimson-purple flowers, which are paler on the reverse side of the petals. Richly fragrant. Compact, upright growth with ample foliage. Prefers a warm, dry climate. 1855.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Belle de Crécy

    Belle de Crécy

    Old Rose
    Abundant, well-formed flowers. Rich cerise-pink on opening, turning by degrees to soft parma violet. Rich fragrance. Strong, arching growth. 1848.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. Burgundy Rose

    Burgundy Rose

    Old Rose
    Burgundiaca', 'Parviflora', 'Pompon de Bourgogne. A truly miniature shrub with tiny, 1" pompon flowers of dark Tyrian-pink suffused with claret. Very small, dark green, pointed leaves and dense, close-jointed growth that builds up over the years. 1664.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Du Maitre d’Ecole

    Du Maitre d’Ecole

    Old Rose
    Magnificent, fragrant flowers of up to 4" across. Deep rose pink, turning to lilac-pink, opening flat and later reflexing. Short growth with good foliage. Lightly fragrant. Meillez, 1840.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. Duc de Guiche

    Duc de Guiche

    Old Rose
    Large, wine-crimson flowers shaded with purple. Strong fragrance. Prevost, 1810.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Little Gem

    Little Gem

    Old Rose
    Small, light crimson, pompon blooms. Very fragrant. Green moss, tinged with pink. A good, low shrub with small leaves. Paul, 1840.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. Mrs. John Laing

    Mrs. John Laing

    Old Rose
    A good, reliable and vigorous rose of almost Hybrid Tea growth, but with beautiful, large, deeply cupped, fully double, silvery pink flowers and grey-green foliage. Strong fragrance and very good repeat-flowering. Bennett, 1847.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Mrs. Paul

    Mrs. Paul

    Old Rose
    Probably a seedling of 'Mme Isaac Pereire' with large, bright pink flowers which fade to blush white and are strongly fragrant. Growth is robust but rather floppy, so may need some support. It bears plentiful large leaves. Paul, 1851.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. Portland Rose

    Portland Rose

    Old Rose
    The original Portland Rose. A bushy, spreading shrub, producing good quantities of bright, fuchsia, semi-double flowers. Medium Old Rose scent. 1750.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Reine Victoria

    Reine Victoria

    Old Rose
    Charming shell-like flowers of cupped formation, held with perfect poise above the foliage. Warm lilac-pink. Excellent perpetual flowering qualities and delicious scent. Slender, upright growth. Schwartz, 1872.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. Robert le Diable

    Robert le Diable

    Old Rose
    A mixture of many colours - purple shaded with slate-grey, splashed with cerise and scarlet. The flowers are neat, tight-petalled rosettes. A vigorous shrub. .
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Rose du Roi

    Rose du Roi

    Old Rose
    Attractive, loosely double, magenta-crimson flowers mottled with purple. Strong fragrance. Repeats well. Lelieur, 1815.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. Sissinghurst Castle

    Sissinghurst Castle

    Old Rose
    Beautiful, rich plum-coloured flowers, edged and flecked with light magenta-crimson. Golden stamens. Particularly tough. Lightly scented. 1850.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Sophie’s Perpetual

    Sophie’s Perpetual

    Old Rose
    Sprays of quite small, cup-shaped, deep pink blooms. Healthy dark green foliage. Few thorns. Delicious, perfume like fragrance. 1860.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. Tricolore de Flandre

    Tricolore de Flandre

    Old Rose
    An excellent rose with beautiful colouring. Large, semi-double white flowers striped with magenta-purple. Fragrant. Short, upright growth. Smooth, pale green foliage. VanᅠHoutte, 1846.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Variegata di Bologna

    Variegata di Bologna

    Old Rose
    Large, cupped, full flowers of white or blushwhite, striped with crimson. Very fragrant. Once-flowering. Grow as a shrub or a climber. Bonfiglioi, 1869.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. Violacea

    Violacea

    Old Rose
    Almost single blooms of rich magenta, the golden stamens contrasting beautifully with the petals. Long arching stems. This Old Rose looks outstanding in a mixed border. 1810.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Cardinal de Richelieu

    Cardinal de Richelieu

    Old Rose
    Dusky flowers of the very darkest purple, reflexing almost to a ball. Dark green foliage and a few thorns. Lightly scented. Parmentier, 1847.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. Gloire de Ducher

    Gloire de Ducher

    Old Rose
    Large, cupped flowers of deep crimson, later turning to purple. Very fragrant. A tall shrub with strong growth. Ducher, 1865.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Hippolyte

    Hippolyte

    Old Rose
    Small, mauve-violet flowers reflexing into a ball. Tall, vigorous growth with few thorns and dark green leaves. 1842.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. Indigo

    Indigo

    Old Rose
    A beautiful Portland with large, dark purple flowers. Delicious fragrance. A fine upright shrub Laffay, 1830.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Nuits de Young

    Nuits de Young

    Old Rose
    Very dark flowers of dusky maroon-purple. Attractive dark moss. Very fragrant. A slender, upright shrub. Laffay, 1845.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. Roger Lambelin

    Roger Lambelin

    Old Rose
    A sport of 'Prince Camille de Rohan'. The full carnation like flowers are fragrant and have deep purple-crimson petals fringed with white. Like its parent, it is not strong and requires very good conditions. 1850.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. The Bishop

    The Bishop

    Old Rose
    Very double, rosette-shaped flowers; cerise-magenta becoming slate-grey and violet. Fragrant. Tall erect growth habit. 1790.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. Baron Girod de l’Ain

    Baron Girod de l’Ain

    Old Rose
    Fine, large, dark crimson flowers, cupped at first and later opening wide; the petals being edged with a thin band of white. Very fragrant. A broad, shapely shrub. Reverchon, 1857.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Camaieux

    Camaieux

    Old Rose
    White flowers, heavily striped and splashed with crimson. Beautiful at all stages. Medium-strong Old Rose fragrance. 1830.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. Fabvier

    Fabvier

    Old Rose
    Small bright scarlet flowers with a white streak at the base of the petals. It is constantly in bloom, the petals falling before they fade, giving an effect of continuing brilliance. Forms a very short, low growing shrub. Can be susceptible to mildew. Laffay, 1832.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Henri Martin

    Henri Martin

    Old Rose
    Neatly rounded, semi-double, fragrant flowers of pure crimson, later becoming purple-crimson; held daintily on thin, wiry stems. The long buds are sparsely covered with light green moss. Red hips later in the season. Vigorous growth, which may need supporting. Laffay, 1863.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. Henry Nevard

    Henry Nevard

    Old Rose
    Large, cupped, deep crimson flowers, held on long stems. Powerful fragrance and repeats well. Tall, upright habit with large, leathery, deep green leaves. Needs regular spraying and good conditions to look its best. Cant, 1924.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Prince Camille de Rohan

    Prince Camille de Rohan

    Old Rose
    One of the darkest of all roses with very double, rich velvety crimson-maroon flowers. There is a powerful fragrance. Unfortunately, the growth is weak and susceptible to disease unless treated very well or grown in a warm, dry climate. Verdier, 1861.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. Souvenir du Dr. Jamain

    Souvenir du Dr. Jamain

    Old Rose
    Medium-sized, flat flowers, showing just a hint of their yellow stamens. They are of the richest maroon colouring and have an equally rich fragrance. Repeat flowers well but is rather lanky in habit and needs treating on a regular basis to keep it healthy. Lacharme, 1865.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Tuscany

    Tuscany

    Old Rose
    Flat, semi-double flowers of darkest maroon-crimson with contrasting stamens. Strong, bushy growth, spreading on its own roots if deeply planted. Fragrant. 1600.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. Alba Maxima

    Alba Maxima

    Old Rose
    One of the longest living of all roses. Full and slightly informal double flowers; blush-tinted at first, later creamy white. Very fragrant. Once flowering, but a lovely, garden-worthy variety. .
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Alba Semi-Plena

    Alba Semi-Plena

    Old Rose
    A beautifully refined, elegant and luxuriant shrub. Clusters of large, flat, almost single, milk-white flowers with golden stamens. Very fragrant. .
    £17.50 - £24.00
    Shop now
  1. Blanchefleur

    Blanchefleur

    Old Rose
    Full-petalled, creamy white flowers, lightly tinted with blush at the centre and tipped with red in the bud. Strong, sweet fragrance. Forms a vigorous bush, with apple green foliage and many thorns. Vibert, 1835.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Boule de Neige

    Boule de Neige

    Old Rose
    Richly fragrant, camellia-like, white flowers of exquisite form and silky texture; each about 2ᄑ" across, held in small clusters. Slender growth. Repeats well. Lacharme, 1867.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. Comtesse de Murinais

    Comtesse de Murinais

    Old Rose
    A most beautiful rose. Magnificent, full-petalled, blush-pink flowers, opening flat and fading to white. Green moss. An extra strong shrub. Fragrant. Vibert, 1843.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Frau Karl Druschki

    Frau Karl Druschki

    Old Rose
    Perfect Hybrid Tea buds of pure white, with a tint of lemon-green at the centre. Very robust growth, which should be pruned lightly to form a tall, narrow, slightly arching shrub. Light green foliage. May require spraying against mildew. Little or no fragrance. Lambert, 1861.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. Hebe’s Lip

    Hebe’s Lip

    Old Rose
    Pretty blooms of cupped, semi-double formation. Their colour is creamy white tipped with red. Short, thorny growth. A modest rose, but not without its attractions. .
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Leda

    Leda

    Old Rose
    Pretty, milky white flowers edged with dark crimson. Good foliage. Strong Old Rose scent. 1827.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. Mabel Morrison

    Mabel Morrison

    Old Rose
    A white sport from the beautiful 'Baroness Rothschild'. It has the same perfect form but with pure white flowers - sometimes blush in the autumn. 1878.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Mme. Legras de St. Germain

    Mme. Legras de St. Germain

    Old Rose
    Most beautiful and refined blooms of ivory white tinged with yellow. Strong and delicious fragrance. Grow as a shrub or climber. 1848.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. Rival de Paestum

    Rival de Paestum

    Old Rose
    Long, pointed buds tinted blush opening to semi-double, ivory white flowers elegantly poised on a shrub of medium height. Very free-flowering all year round, in suitable climates. Paul, 1863.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Shailer’s White Moss

    Shailer’s White Moss

    Old Rose
    A sport of the 'Old Pink Moss'. The fragrant, cupped flowers are tinged with pink at first, later opening flat and turning to pure white. An excellent shrub. Shailer, 1784.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. Viridiflora

    Viridiflora

    Old Rose
    ('The Green Rose'). A sport 'Old Blush China' where all the flower parts have become leafy structures. Green at first, they develop a coppery shade later. Something of a curiosity and rather insignificant in the garden, although may be of use for the flower arranger. 1855.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Baroness Rothschild

    Baroness Rothschild

    Old Rose
    One of the most beautiful Hybrid Perpetuals. Dark rose pink blooms, shading to shell-pink at the edges. They are large and shallowly cupped, closely surrounded by greyish-green leaves. Free-flowering; repeats quite well. Erect, thorny growth. Lightly fragrant. PernetᅠPere, 1868.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. Duchesse de Buccleugh

    Duchesse de Buccleugh

    Old Rose
    Very large flowers, opening flat and quartered with a button eye. Intense magenta pink. Luxurious foliage. Late flowering. Richly scented. Robert, 1848.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Kazanlik

    Kazanlik

    Old Rose
    ('Professeur Emile Perrot') Used for the production of attar of roses at Kazanlik in Bulgaria. The blooms are pink and are of no great merit but it does have a rich fragrance, especially in warm climates, and forms a graceful shrub. .
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. Alain Blanchard

    Alain Blanchard

    Old Rose
    Almost single, cupped flowers. Crimson at first with a boss of golden stamens, later purple mottled with light crimson. Thorny growth, with pale green foliage. Fragrant. Vibert, 1839.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Comtesse du Cayla

    Comtesse du Cayla

    Old Rose
    Pointed buds opening to almost single flowers of coppery-pink, fading to salmon-pink, with yellow tints at the base of the petals. A dainty little shrub; its foliage is purplish-bronze when young. Tea rose scent. Guillot, 1862.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. General Jacqueminot

    General Jacqueminot

    Old Rose
    Once the most widely grown crimson roses; the flowers are richly coloured and full-petalled, with a particularly strong fragrance. It is the ancestor of most red roses. Responds well to good cultivation. Roussel, 1853.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Juno

    Juno

    Old Rose
    Large, many petalled, blush pink blooms; globular at first, later opening flat to reveal a button eye. A lax shrub, which may require some support. Good fragrance. 1847.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. Beau Narcisse

    Beau Narcisse

    Old Rose
    A lovely variety with medium-sized, full-petalled crimson flowers, speckled with purple. Short, wiry, bushy growth. Good fragrance. 1850.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Coupe d’Hébé

    Coupe d’Hébé

    Old Rose
    Cupped flowers of pale pink opening full and slightly quartered. Good fragrance. Tall, upright growth with light green foliage. Can be trained as a climber. May need spraying to keep it healthy. Laffay, 1840.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. Cramoisi Supérieur

    Cramoisi Supérieur

    Old Rose
    Small, cupped, fragrant blooms of clear unfading crimson, held in small clusters. Short, twiggy growth, requiring a warm position. 1832.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Fisher Holmes

    Fisher Holmes

    Old Rose
    Pointed buds of scarlet and crimson, in the manner of a Hybrid Tea, although the colour soon fades. It has a good fragrance and repeats well, flowering in both summer and autumn. Forms a relatively healthy bush. Verdier, 1865.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. Hugh Dickson

    Hugh Dickson

    Old Rose
    A once extremely popular rose. It bears large, globular flowers of scarlet-crimson, although they are rather lacking in character. There is a strong fragrance and it repeats well. With its tall, lanky growth it is perhaps better grown as a climber. Dickson, 1865.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. St. Nicholas

    St. Nicholas

    Old Rose
    A relatively new Damask. Rich rose-pink, semi-double, cupped flowers with golden stamens. These are followed by small, red, long lasting hips. Tall, strong and free-flowering. Hilling, 1950.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  1. Ulrich Brunner

    Ulrich Brunner

    Old Rose
    Fine, cupped blooms of pale crimson. Strongly fragrant and repeat-flowering. Tall, vigorous, upright growth. A useful rose for cutting. Levet, 1841.
    £17.50
    Shop now
  2. Paul Neyron

    Paul Neyron

    Old Rose
    Particularly large, cupped flowers of deep rose pink flushed with lilac. In every way a large rose with strong upright growth. Only lightly fragrant. Responds well to good treatment and will repeat flower well. Levet, 1869.
    £17.50
    Shop now

   

1-160 of 160 results - per page

Page
  1. 1
Safe & Secure Shopping Safe & Secure Shopping