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Golden 50th Anniversary Rose - Anniversary Gift Rose

Golden 50th Anniversary Rose - Anniversary Gift Rose

£13.95
Golden 50th Anniversary Rose - Anniversary Gift Rose
Golden 50th Anniversary Gift Rose Golden Anniversary Gift Rose Golden 50th Anniversary Rose - Anniversary Gift Rose
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Quick Overview

British Celebration Roses - the perfect gift for that special occasion.

  • The perfect gift for that special occasion
  • An absolute classic shrub for today's garden
  • A fully hardy, high quality rose
Plant Size (cm)
Plant Size (cm)
61cm - 80cm
Pot Size - Litre
Pot Size - Litre
5 Litre
Anticipated Height
Anticipated Height
80cm
Toleration
Toleration
-10
Flowering Colour
Flowering Colour
Yellow
Growth Speed
Growth Speed
Very Quick
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The British Rose is one of the best loved shrubs in our gardens.  With such a large variety of colours, and some scented, why not send a distinctive British Rose Bush to celebrate such occasions as Special Anniversaries, Birthdays, Special Mum, Special Dad, Grandma/Grandad, Thank You or just because with the With Love Rose.

The Rose is planted in a 3.5 litre container with a descriptive label detailing the care instructions along with the celebration.  The Roses have been pruned back to get ready for the new season  

The Golden 50th Anniversary Rose is Golden Yellow in colour with large blooms that have a delicate scent.  It will grow to approximately 80cm in height.

Pruning - Roses can be pruned during later winter (February and March) when growth is just resuming.  Roses should be dead headed after flowering later Summer/early Autumn.

Soil - Fertile - humus rich and moist

Suitable for container planting - yes

Growth speed - Fast Growing

Flowering period - June to September/early October

Planting position - Full sun through to semi shade

Evergreen - No

Winter Hardy - Fully Hardy

Roses will grow in almost any soil as long as it is well drained.  We would advise putting some well-rotten manure into the planting area.  

Roses are deep rooted so make sure you dig a deep enough hole - approximately twice as wide as the roots.  If planting them in a container make sure the compost does not dry out by watering regularly.  Feeding the roses is also a good option whether it be specific rose fertiliser or just a general purpose feed.