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.