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Rugosa Roses

Those new to growing garden roses will be delighted with our collection of Rugosa roses. Easy to grow, the roses are so named as they are known by floriculturists as the ‘rugged rose.’ Able to thrive even in sub-zero conditions, drought, shade and poor soil, Rugosa roses will give any novice gardener the confidence that they can nurture a delightful rose and make an ideal hedge.

These roses have an enticing scent and flower in a diverse collection of colours from neutral whites to deep shades of pink. Requiring plenty of room to blossom, these roses can grow to more than five feet.

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Rugosa Roses

Those new to growing garden roses will be delighted with our collection of Rugosa roses. Easy to grow, the roses are so named as they are known by floriculturists as the ‘rugged rose.’ Able to thrive even in sub-zero conditions, drought, shade and poor soil, Rugosa roses will give any novice gardener the confidence that they can nurture a delightful rose and make an ideal hedge.

These roses have an enticing scent and flower in a diverse collection of colours from neutral whites to deep shades of pink. Requiring plenty of room to blossom, these roses can grow to more than five feet.

Agnes
(Rugosa Rose)
Alba
(Rugosa Rose)
Blanc Double de Coubert
(Rugosa Rose)
Old Rosemary
(Rugosa Rose)
Roseraie de l'Hay
(Rugosa Rose)
Scabrosa
(Rugosa Rose)
Superba
(Rugosa Rose)

Our Rugosa roses will add some much needed breadth to any garden. Pretty much completely resistant to diseases, they have wrinkled but tough leaves, meaning they appear vibrant no matter the time of year. Take some time to browse our collection, we’re confident that you’ll be suitably inspired.

Anyone with a fondness for flowers with frilly blooms like carnations will surely be attracted to our Rugosa Scabrosa roses. Flowering throughout the season in small attractive bunches these Rugosas are highly resistant to diseases and poor soil quality, making them ideal for cultivation in hedges or areas of shade.

A more traditional-looking Rugosa, the Rugosa de l’Hay is as alluring as it is fragrant. With the loosely-arranged, folded petals, the Old Rosemary is probably the most popular of all Rugosa roses. Reaching as high as five feet, these hybrid roses have good disease resistance and can tolerate soil of all descriptions and poor weather conditions.

Place your order today and be treated to a swift delivery time. If you have any questions, get in touch. We’d only be too happy to help.


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