Welcome to Apuldram Roses, a plant nursery specialising in Roses!

Welcome to Apuldram Roses, a plant nursery
specialising in Roses!



Will there be 2021 Events?

Pruning demonstration days!

20th and 27th February

6th and 13th March

Start time 11am

(please register your interest)


How does my rose arrive?

All our roses are in 4ltr pots, in early spring they benefit from being left in a pot until they are well in leaf.

When will my roses arrive?

Bare root orders are subject to delays,  we begin despatching in early November.  If you need them for a specific date please let us know.

Postage is calculated at the final stage of the checkout. Order before 11 am and we will dispatch on the same day.  We use an overnight service.

What is the difference between a climber and a rambler?

A rambler is generally more vigorous and only flowers once for about 4/6 weeks during June / July. Ramblers are great for growing into old trees or over unsightly buildings.  They are not suited to delicate arches or small gardens.

A climber will repeat flower over the course of the season.  They also come in a great variation of size so are easier to accommodate in most gardens, both large and small.

Will my rose repeat flower?

All the roses on our site repeat flower unless otherwise stated.  Roses flower from late May through to the Autumn, some even bare the odd bloom at Christmas!


Can I keep my rose in a Container?

All Roses will grow in a container, however they do become reliant on your for all their needs so go for a big pot and use a really rich compost, Rose, Tree and Shrub or a John Innes Number 3.


How do I treat Blackspot?

Blackspot is an airborne fungus and all roses are susceptible, just some more than others.  How do I treat it? We recommend being proactive, so clear all the old rose leaves at the end of the season and give the area a winter wash with Sulphur Rose.  Plants that are better fed and watered will be much more resistant to any of the airborne fungus's. 

Ask us

Please don't hesitate to ask us any of your rose related questions.  We are always happy to answer.