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Hybrid Tea Roses
Classic large flowers, this is the most popular category of all roses.
Floribunda or Cluster Flower roses give a mass of colour over a long period.
David Austin or English roses, combine the form of flower, fragrance and character of an Old Rose with the wide range of colour and repeat flowering characteristics of modern Hybrid Tea and Floribunda rose.
Climbers can be used in a multitude of situations, from covering a wall to arching over an arbor, while giving a mass of colour.
Modern Shrub Roses
Modern Shrub Roses are tough and hardy, ideal for colourful hedges and borders.
Ground Cover Roses
Ground Cover roses are extremely hardy and healthy, very easy to grow and ideally suited to mass planting.
These are the smallest of the roses with flowers that are usually less than 5cm accross.
Old World Roses
Heritage roses as they are sometimes called, are often saught after for their nostalgic appearance and unforettable fragrance.