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Rugosa Roses

Rugosa Roses

These very distinctive roses are the result of crossing R. rugosa with garden roses. They form large, dense, often very thorny shrubs with plentiful, deeply veined leaves. The flowers are usually large, opening wide, varying from single to fully double. Many have delicious fragrances. Most of them repeat flower well later in the summer and some bear large hips at the same time. Few roses are so easily grown or are so free from disease. They are very winter hardy and grow well by the sea.

   

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  1. Roseraie de l’Hay

    Roseraie de l’Hay

    Rugosa Rose
    Elongated buds, open to very large, double, rich bright magenta blooms with a very strong perfume. It forms a vigorous, healthy and reliable shrub with luxurious, glossy, apple-green foliage. Cochet, 1861.
    £18.50 - £25.50
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  2. Blanc Double de Coubert

    Blanc Double de Coubert

    Rugosa Rose
    Large, semi-double, fragrant flowers of pure white, tinged with blush in the bud. Flowers early, repeating almost throughout the season. A few hips in autumn. Cochet, 1852.
    £18.50 - £25.50
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  1. Fru Dagmar Hastrup

    Fru Dagmar Hastrup

    Rugosa Rose
    Long, pointed, rich pink buds open to single, mid pink flowers, with pretty, delicately veined petals. In late summer, large, deep red hips appear together with the later flowers. A healthy, bushy shrub. Denmark, 1874.
    £18.50
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