Wild roses are the very hardy, low-maintenance predecessors of modern garden rose varieties. In addition to being ecologically valuable, many are extremely fragrant and vigorously grow into large rose bushes, blooming once to leave a splendid display of reddish coloured rose hips when autumn arrives.
Historic or "old garden" roses represent a classification of roses listed in the trade before 1867. They often grow as shrubs and bear full and fragrant flowers. These roses suit every garden and produce a unique spectacle of colour. In the autumn they are often covered in rose hips, providing a food source for many bird species. With their natural radiance and excellent winter-hardiness, these historic roses as ever deserve a fixed place in our portfolio.
These cookies are necessary for the basic functions of the shop.
"Allow all cookies" cookie
"Decline all cookies" cookie
Matches with only "mag"
These cookies are used to make the shopping experience even more appealing, for example for the recognition of the visitor.