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  • Alexander - Orange-vermilion blooms on an upright vigorous healthy plant. Excellent for cutting. The blooms have good rain resisting properties. Ideal for the back of a border or as a hedge. Winner of the James Mason Memorial Award 1987. Named for Field Marshall Alexander of Tunis.
  • Aphrodite - (Tan00847) -

    APHRODITE is a variety with spiral shaped buds which open to large full cup-shaped and quartered flowers with a spicy fragrance and are resistant to rain. The porcelain pink flowers open slowly and have an excellent vase life. The large mid-green leathery foliage has a good resistance to fungal diseases. APHRODITE is compact relatively short and ideal for planting in small beds or containers.


  • Alberic Barbier -

    RAMBLER. Cream buds opening to small white double flowers. Almost evergreen, this amazingly hardy rambler will survive on a north wall and will tolerate poorer soils.

  • Albertine -

    RAMBLER - One of the great names in rambler roses - vigorous branching growth which stretches over walls or up old trees and then bursts into bloom in June. The coppery buds open into medium size flowers which scent the air, and when not in bloom the reddish young foliage keep the plant looking attractive.  Can be subject to mildew, more so if grown against a wall.

  • Alfresco (chewcorpink) - Salmon and yellow flowers that fade to pink are of H.T type are produced profusely throughout the summer on this healthy plant. The fragrance is good. Very trainable and polite, can be grown in a large container if required.
  • Amber Queen (harroony) - Amber Yellow HT type flowers of 40 petals opening large and full. Growth bushy with attractive coppery foliage. Rose of the Year 1984
  • Aloha -

    Large flowered blooms of salmon pink. One of the smaller climbers. Will grow on a north wall. Makes a good shrub if supported.

  • Apple Blossom - RAMBLER - The buds are small and neat but once open they become ruffled at the edges and take on that beautiful apple blossom appearance coupled with the wonderful musky perfume makes this a wonderful and useful rambler.
  • American Pillar -

    RAMBLER. Single carmine flower with white eye that are bourne in large clusters once in a season, flowering is somewhat later than other ramblers. A tough rose with rampant growth of many long and slender branches. It looks a real treat if grown into an old tree. It does carry hips but the birds are very parshall to them, however the leaves turn a lovely purple and hang on for a good while through the winter.

  • Avon (poulmulti) - Very small semi-double blooms with buds of palest pink open to blooms of purest white they are carried in clusters of 12 to 15 on long arching stems a very attactive and useful rose.
  • Arthur Bell -

    Red and yellow buds opening to golden flowers which pale to cream. Bright green foliage. A superb bedding rose with upright growth and a fantastic fragrance.


  • Arthur Bell - Climber - Red and yellow buds opening to golden flowers which pale to cream. Bright green foliage. Rapid growing repeat flowering climber with fantastic fragrance a great rose for the novice.  Although don't let this rose grow straight up do try to train in a fan shape or horizontaly as all the foliage and the beautiful scented blooms will be lost at the top of the plant and that can be a long way up with this rose.  Named after the famous scotch whisky manufacturer.
  • Absolutely Fabulous - (Wekvossutono) -

    The blooms are attractively ruffled with plenty of petals, carried in well filled clusters of butter yellow. They release an agreeable liquorice-based perfume, a treat either in the summer garden, or for scenting a room. Growth is wonderfully even. Foliage is lustrous and abundant, and as required from award-winning roses, disease tolerance is remarkably good. (Carruth - 2009)


  • Alibaba - (chewalibaba) - A coral/salmon bloom set of well by glossy green foliage, held on a tidy compact climber. Flowers well over the season and has good diease resistance. Suitable for north facing.
  • Alibaba - (chewalibaba) - A coral/salmon bloom set of well by glossy green foliage, held on a tidy compact climber. Flowers well over the season and has good diease resistance. Suitable for north facing.
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Apuldram Roses is delighted to be involved with the Chichester Catherdral Festival of Flowers 2018.  A rose "Nostalgia" has been selected to be the festival flower.  Elizabeth Sawday was delighted to be at the launch in the beautiful Bishops Palace Gardens where eager florists open the secret envelopes revealing inspiration for thier unique floral didplays.  This Earthy Paradise is the theme for 2018.  Gardener’s World viewers voted the rose as the plant which had made the biggest impact on gardens over the past 50 years, making Nostalgia the perfect choice for the festival. In the past, there have been new varieties of roses, irises, pinks and sweet peas associated with Chichester Cathedral’s Festival of Flowers.


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