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Bare Root & Potted Roses

Potted Roses

Traditionally roses have only ever been posted bare root from November to March but great news....

We are now able to send roses in pots from April to October.

A rose can make the ideal gift for Weddings Christenings Birthdays or it enables you to get that special rose that you don't want to wait until November for.

The cost of the potted rose is more than the bare root because of the compost pot and time taken to pot up.

Bare root roses are dispatched between November and Feb/March a time when the roses are dormant it is the traditional way to plant your roses.

Bare Root Roses

The main advantage in bare root is they are cheaper and easier to handle. The roses can also be stored in their packaging for a time providing the roots are kept moist and free from the frost (see our planting and pruning section).

You can order your bare root roses from the 1st June thus allowing you to get a popular or unusual rose that may sell out before November. All bare root orders are dispatched on a first come first served basis so the earlier you order the better.

For larger numbers and delivery outside UK please ring the office for more details on +44 (0) 1243 785 769.

N.B. Only Bare Root roses can be delivered outside UK mainland (Potted Roses are NOT available).

Please read our terms and conditions for more information.

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Latest News

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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