New Additions 2017.

With the popularity of the likes of Eleanor and Susan we are increasing our Nostagic and Renaissance collections, these are modern roses but with masses of classic styled blooms. We bring yellow to the spectrum with Nina and Mary, while Natalie we find has a heavenly scent.

As the importance of having bee friendly flowers in our gardens grows, we are reintroducing R. multiflora and R.arvensis. The latter a strikingly beautiful button eyed wild rose. We find these grow really well as hedging or as ground cover.

Clear Cover

Mixing it up a little, we have three new award winning ground cover roses. Lancashire, Clear Cover and Scented Carpet. We hope these will now give you more choice of colour. All of which are extremely healthy and prostrate, allowing quicker coverage.

Trevor has sought out 6 old specialist varieties. Two wild roses R x coryana, R webbiana. Three gallica roses James Mason, Duchesse de Buccleugh, Hippolyte and rambler Bennetts Seedling. We hope to help to preserve these historic beauties, by growing them well into the future.

In July, Rose of the Year 2018 will be announced, so watch this space for one extra special addition.

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