A delightful low growing patio rose with lots of yellow flowers with a pink/red edge throughout summer.
Orange-red petals with yellow reverse. Semi-double blooms. Small, slightly fragrant blooms. Glossy, light green leaves. Height: Up to 40cm.
A dwarf cluster-flowered bush rose with orangy pale red flowers in profusion creating a stunning block of colour. Masses of small flowers create a great effect. 45cm high.
Clusters of small pale pink double blooms in profusion from June onwards. A compact patio rose.
Compact, upright, bushy, deciduous shrub with sparsely thorny stems bearing pinnate leaves divided into small, ovate, toothed, semi-glossy, dark green leaflets and clusters of fragrant, semi-double, cupped, mauve to lilac-pink flowers from late spring into autumn.
Rose of the Year 1988. A charming patio rose with small, double, cupped peach-apricot blooms in good sized clusters. Good glossy foliage.
ROSE OF THE YEAR 1987 (JOINT). A repeat flowering patio rose. Large clusters of fragrant, glowing blooms, orange in colour fading to golden yellow with age. Foliage is medium green and glossy providing the perfect backdrop for the blooms. If last blooms are left uncut will provide an autumn hip display. Hardy. Good disease resistance. Grows to 45cm in height.
'Sweet Memories' is an attractive, repeat flowering, floribunda variety of rose. From June to September it blooms and produces gorgeous, small, lemon-coloured, delicately scented, double flowers that are set off by the healthy green foliage.
A white version of the popular polyantha rose 'The Fairy'. The elegant blooms are fully double with an old fashioned, wide open form that shows off its many layers of petals. Rose 'White Fairy' form a well branched plant cloaked in glossy, dark green foliage. This attractive variety is ideal for adding to summer flower arrangements and makes a wonderful addition to sunny borders and rose gardens. Height: 75cm (30"). Spread: 100cm (39").