Scotch Roses


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What are scotch roses?

Now known as Pimpinellifolia – the new “easy” name for what used to be Spinnisosisima , and yes, it is marginally easier to say and spell! The common name is much easier – Scotch Roses. These guys are a very hardy lot and love to grow on their own roots and go forth and multiply. They have very bristly stems, ferny foliage, and very interesting black hips. They flower very early in the season, for varying lengths of time.

Double Cream

Very low growing (about 18″) with cute little double cream flower.Not available this season

Falkland

Medium height, double pale pink flowers available now

 Single Cherry

A real show stopper with relatively large single flowers in very bright cerise. Added bonus of this cultivar is extra pretty autumn foliage. sold out

Stanwell Perpetual

A pimpinellifollia x, this well known rose makes a large twiggy shrub, with very pretty blush double flowers. best of all it repeats. sold out

Suzanne

Pimpinellifolia /  Rubrifolia cross. Same style but taller and bigger leaves. Lovely soft pink double flowers. Repeats.available now

William III

Slightly taller and very bushy, purple double flowers over quite a long period suckers available on request