All standard orders will incur a single P&P charge of £6.99. Next day and Saturday deliveries are charged as the table above. Surcharges may apply to outlying Scottish Highlands and Islands and Channel Islands. Surcharged postcodes include - but are not limited to - the following: AB, DD8-11, GY, HS, IM, IV, JE, KA27-28, KW, PA20-80, PH19-50, TR21-25, ZE.
We are currently only able to deliver to England, Scotland, Wales, Isle of Man and Channel Islands.
Potted Rose orders are shipped all year round. Bare root roses are only shipped between November and March - outside those times so you can Pre-Order them for advance delivery from the November following.
On shipment of your Order if you leave your email, you will receive a Shipping Confirmation email, so you can Track where your parcel is, and make changes if you need to.
No signature is required on delivery, so you don't have to wait in, just make sure you provide us with details of a safe place to leave your plants when you order, just in case you're out.
If your order includes bulky composts or mulches, these will be shipped separately, due to their weight.
On the rare occasions things don't go entirely to plan with couriers, please let our Customer Services Team know by email on [email protected]
Our roses are supplied as Garden Rose Plants, either bare rooted or potted into a 5L pot. They are not cut flowers but living rose plants and are suitable for planting either in pots or beds and borders in your garden making a perfect lasting gift.
Our roses are supplied all year round (subject to availability) and may not be in a flowering state depending on the time of order. Our roses are supplied trimmed back and ready for planting in the autumn/winter months. New growth will develop from spring and the flowering period should be from late spring and throughout summer depending on the variety selected.
The amount of growth on Potted roses will vary at different times of year, depending on when they are potted.
Pot grown roses will be Fresh potted from November to February, so are not fully rooted through.
They will have new shoots beginning in March and April.
They will be in leaf and then buds May and June.
They will be in flower June and July.
From August onwards they may be trimmed back, ready to plant and burst back into life the next season.
From the end of September your rose has received its trim which will help it to have stronger roots and better form next year.
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