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Wild Roses

Wild Roses

We offer wild roses from many parts of the world, together with their immediate hybrids. These include some very fine shrub roses notable for the elegance of their growth, their dainty foliage and the simple beauty of their flowers, which are generally followed by colourful hips in a wide variety of shapes and sizes. All the species listed are good garden plants that are equally suitable for the border or for wild areas of the garden. With few exceptions they flower only once in the season.

   

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  1. R. complicata

    R. complicata

    Wild Rose
    Large, single flowers, about 5" across, of brilliant bright pink. In mid-June the whole plant is covered with a mass of blooms. It has ample, large foliage and produces a good crop of red hips in the autumn. It forms an arching, spreading shrub, but is often grown as a climber. Unknown, Priorᅠtoᅠ1902.
    £17.50 - £24.00
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  2. R. glauca

    R. glauca

    Wild Rose
    Valued by gardeners and flower arrangers for its coppery-mauve foliage. The small, pink flowers are beautifully offset by the foliage. Dark red hips. .
    £17.50 - £24.00
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  1. R. xanthina var. spontanea ‘Canary Bird’

    R. xanthina var. spontanea ‘Canary Bird’

    Wild Rose
    Bears bright, 2" (5cm) wide, canary-yellow flowers early in the season, followed by round maroon hips. A graceful, spreading shrub with dainty, fern-like, grey-green foliage. Unknown, Priorᅠtoᅠ1945.
    £17.50
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  2. R. californica ‘Plena’

    R. californica ‘Plena’

    Wild Rose
    An attractive semi-double hybrid of R. californica. Deep pink flowers cascade downwards on pendulous stems. Delicious scent. Geschwind, 1894.
    £17.50 - £24.00
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  1. R. virginiana

    R. virginiana

    Wild Rose
    Small cerise-pink flowers in early July and August. Beautiful autumn colour with many long-lasting, bright red hips. .
    £17.50 - £24.00
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  2. R. canina ‘Hibernica’

    R. canina ‘Hibernica’

    Wild Rose
    An outstanding variety covered with rose pink flowers and followed by hips, which last well into the winter. .
    £17.50
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  1. R. forrestiana

    R. forrestiana

    Wild Rose
    A beautiful Species Rose, bearing fuchsia flowers, with creamy stamens, held in dense clusters. Flask-shaped hips. Particularly attractive to bees. .
    £17.50
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  2. R. hugonis

    R. hugonis

    Wild Rose
    One of the most beautiful of the Species, both in and out of flower. Long graceful branches wreathed in dainty, soft yellow flowers. Small, maroon-coloured hips. .
    £17.50
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  1. R. macrantha

    R. macrantha

    Wild Rose
    Very large, single, blush pink blooms of great beauty, paling to white. Round red hips. Forms an arching shrub with long trailing branches. .
    £17.50
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  2. R. macrophylla

    R. macrophylla

    Wild Rose
    A large and graceful shrub of elegant growth and foliage. Clear pink flowers are followed by bristly, long, flagon-shaped hips. A fine shrub, where the space can be found. Himalayas, 1818.
    £17.50
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  1. R. moyesii ‘Highdownensis’

    R. moyesii ‘Highdownensis’

    Wild Rose
    A seedling from R. moyesii that forms a bigger and better shrub, with flowers of cerise-crimson. Superb orange hips. Stern, 1928.
    £17.50
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  2. R. moyesii

    R. moyesii

    Wild Rose
    Bears rich pink flowers with contrasting stamens, followed by large, bright, flagon-shaped hips. An open shrub with long arching branches. Early summer flowering. W.ᅠChina.
    £17.50
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