Subtle new shrub roses launched

Subtle new shrub roses launched
    The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) has announced the launch of new roses from Peter Beales.

They have been released in order to capitalise on the success of the Queen's Jubilee Rose, as well as the Red Letter Day and the Capel Manor House plants a the RHS's Chelsea Flower Show.

Indeed, the marquees of the event were filled with many rare plants – many of which can be applied to a variety of gardens.

A range of two tone pink, semi-double flowers are produced, which are described as boasting a subtle fragrance on a compact shrub – and this can grow up to 90 cm in height and 90 cm in width.

Green-fingered Brits who enjoy looking after this kind of plant may wish to invest in one of MowDIRECT's hedgetrimmers and hedgecutters in order to ensure it is properly looked after.

"I am delighted to introduce two more notable varieties to our portfolio of choice roses," commented managing director of Peter Beales Roses Richard Beales.

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