Choosing Your Roses
|With over 200 varieties of roses available from Rosebuddies it can be quite difficult to know which ones to choose. So, we've tried to make it easy for you.|| |
There are three ways that you can look for roses to make sure that you find exactly the right ones for your garden.
- If you already know the name of the rose that you want, click here and you will find a full alphabetical list of all our roses
- If you know the sort of rose you want but don't know which ones fit the bill (for example, you know you want a large red climbing rose, but don't know the names of any of them), click here. We'll ask you a few simple questions and then choose the varieties that are best for you.
- If you want roses for particular uses (e.g. for flower arranging, or hedging), click here
We have split the roses into 5 categories. Just click on each category below and you will find a full description of the type of rose in each.
- Bush - the normal rose for planting in beds and borders. They come in two forms
|Large Flowered (Hybrid Tea) -||a single, well shaped flower on each stem|
|Cluster Flowered (Floribunda) - ||lots of flowers on each stem to give a mass of colour|
- Patio - short compact bushes for growing in tubs and small borders.
- Shrub - less formal, more open growing roses to mix with other shrubs and plants. A huge variety of flowers, hips and foliage.
- Ground cover - roses that spread across the ground or cascade over the side of walls and tubs.
- Climbing - to grow up walls, fences and arches
· If you can not find the rose you are looking for click here and let us know, please. We will do our best to supply it.