Rose Award Winning Collection

£29.94

Rose Award Winning Collection

We have brought together six Award Winning Roses for this collection, making sure that you receive the best of the best available. One each of Lady Marmalade (peach/orange), Joie de Vivre (creamy pink - Rose of the Year 2011), Moment in Time (red, Ro se of the Year 2012), Absolutely Fabulous (primrose yellow, Rose of the Year 2010), You're Beautiful (pink, Rose of the Year 2013) and Rhapsody in Blue (purple-blue, Rose of the Year 2003). We supply only top quality two year old rose bushes, bare rooted and wrapped to prevent roots drying out. These are pruned back and ready to be planted on arrival.

(Pack of 6)

£29.94

(H265)

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Flowering Time

  • J
  • F
  • M
  • A
  • M
  • J
  • J
  • A
  • S
  • O
  • N
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Key Product Information

Season Interest Summer
Flower Colour Mixed
Foliage Colour Green
Delivery Delivery October/November
Season Interest

Summer

Flower Colour

Mixed

Foliage Colour

Green

Delivery October/November

Plant Size

  • Part Shade
  • Sun
  • Container
  • Cut Flower
Planting

Soil Type

Fertile, humus rich and well drained soil

It is best to plant roses in winter or early spring, provided there is little frost. To plant, dig a hole large enough to take the roots when fully outspread. Distribute the roots evenly around the hole and put in a little fine soil to which has been added a small amount of bonemeal. Fill in a further 5cm of ordinary soil over the roots and tread in firmly. Generally speaking the depth of planting roses will vary between 10-20cm, but examination of the plants should let you know quite clearly the depth of the plant.
It is vital that roses are planted firmly, to ensure that winds will not damage or disrupt the roots. Apply a balanced fertiliser every 3-4 weeks in the spring/summer and it is also recommended that you apply a mulch in the winter for protection. Can be pruned back to remove any dead wood or growth.
  • Information
  • Flowering Time

    • J
    • F
    • M
    • A
    • M
    • J
    • J
    • A
    • S
    • O
    • N
    • D

    Key Product Information

    Season Interest Summer
    Flower Colour Mixed
    Foliage Colour Green
    Delivery Delivery October/November
    Season Interest

    Summer

    Flower Colour

    Mixed

    Foliage Colour

    Green

    Delivery

    Delivery October/November

    Plant Size

    • Part Shade
    • Sun
    • Container
    • Cut Flower
    Planting

    Soil Type

    Fertile, humus rich and well drained soil

  • Instructions
  • It is best to plant roses in winter or early spring, provided there is little frost. To plant, dig a hole large enough to take the roots when fully outspread. Distribute the roots evenly around the hole and put in a little fine soil to which has been added a small amount of bonemeal. Fill in a further 5cm of ordinary soil over the roots and tread in firmly. Generally speaking the depth of planting roses will vary between 10-20cm, but examination of the plants should let you know quite clearly the depth of the plant.
  • Cultural Instructions
  • It is vital that roses are planted firmly, to ensure that winds will not damage or disrupt the roots. Apply a balanced fertiliser every 3-4 weeks in the spring/summer and it is also recommended that you apply a mulch in the winter for protection. Can be pruned back to remove any dead wood or growth.