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Yellow Roses

Yellow roses were first cultivated in the 18th century after the wild roses were discovered growing in the Middle East. The early yellow roses had a very mild scent and through cultivation this was developed into the sweet fragrance we associate with the rose today. A yellow rose plant is also a perfect gift for any occasion as it represents friendship, joy and optimism.

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Yellow Roses

Yellow roses were first cultivated in the 18th century after the wild roses were discovered growing in the Middle East. The early yellow roses had a very mild scent and through cultivation this was developed into the sweet fragrance we associate with the rose today. A yellow rose plant is also a perfect gift for any occasion as it represents friendship, joy and optimism.

Agnes
(Rugosa Rose)
Arthur Bell
(Floribunda Rose)
Best of Luck
(Floribunda Rose)
Breathtaking
(Hybrid Tea Rose)
Buff Beauty
(Shrub Rose)
Canterbury
(Climbing Rose)
Charlotte
(Shrub Rose)
Chloe's Star
(Patio Rose)
Chris
(Climbing Rose)
Desdemona
(Shrub Rose)
Easleas Golden Rambler
(Rambling Rose)
Elina
(Hybrid Tea Rose)
Eye Of The Tiger
(Floribunda Rose)
Flower Carpet Gold
(Ground Cover Rose)
Flower Power Gold
(Patio Rose)
Golden Wings
(Shrub Rose)
Golden Wishes
(Patio Rose)
Gwent
(Ground Cover Rose)
Imogen
(Shrub Rose)
Joseph's Coat
(Shrub Rose)
King Tut
(Patio Climbing Rose)
King's Ransom
(Hybrid Tea Rose)
Laura Ford
(Patio Climbing Rose)
New Arrival
(Floribunda Rose)
Normandie
(Patio Climbing Rose)
Nurse Tracey Davies
(Floribunda Rose)
Perpetually Yours
(Climbing Rose)
Phyllis Bide
(Rambling Rose)
Sunny Sky
(Hybrid Tea Rose)
Teasing Georgia
(Shrub Rose)
Togmeister
(Shrub Rose)
Worcestershire
(Ground Cover Rose)

We have a wide selection of yellow rose bushes to choose from ranging from patio roses and shrubs to climbers, floribundas and hybrid teas. If you are looking for a climbing rose for an archway or arbour then the wonderful “Casino” is a great choice. With large and attractive blooms and a pleasing fragrance it produces repeat waves of flowers throughout the summer into late autumn.

Roses generally require a lot of sunshine to thrive but there are some varieties which are a lot more tolerant of shade such as the delightful “Graham Thomas” which has cup shaped medium flowers and has a rich and pure yellow colour. This rose was also added into the World Federation of Rose Societies Hall of Fame an honour shared with just 13 other roses and is named to commemorate the man who did more to re-introduce old roses to popularity in the 20th century.

Like all roses our yellow rose plants need a steady supply of water especially in hot weather, mulching will also help to keep the soil moist during hot spells and also keep weeds to a minimum. For more help and advice with planting and pruning please visit our rose care guide or please feel free to get in touch with our expert team on 01939 210 380 today.

View our full collection of yellow rose bushes below and order online for fast UK delivery. If you live in Shropshire why not come and visit our nursery that is set in the lovely Shropshire countryside in the village of Hadnall just outside Shrewsbury.


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