What is a Container English Rose?

  • Repeat free flowering modern shrubs with the appeal of old fashioned shrub roses

  • In confined spaces can be pruned hard annually by removing 50% of the growth

  • Growth on some varieties can be weak causing blooms to bow their heads

  • Plant as specimens or as hedging

  • Most are fragrant or exceptionally fragrant

  • Unless indicated in the description most have a width of 90-128cm (3′-4′)

  • Allow at least 1 metre (3′) when planting as a specimen

  • Those of less width can be planted closer

  • Some can be trained as climbers

  • Bred by David Austin these compliment and can be used with the Renaissance Roses

  • Supplied in a 5.5litre temporary pot.

  • Supplied between April to October.