We ship to customers in the U.K. and the E.U only.
Bareroot roses we ship to the whole of the U.K and most of the E.U.
We limit our potted rose service to U.K only with some excluded areas. Excluded areas include Northern Ireland, Isle of Man, Isles of Scilly, Jersey & Guernsey.
Post and Packaging Charges
U.K (excluding Channel Islands)
Bareroot Roses P&P is £6.95 per order. Unless both potted and bare root roses are purchased at the same time, then an extra Potted P&P charge will be added due to different delivery dates.
Potted Roses P&P is £6.95 per order. Surcharges for The Highlands and Islands Save of Scotland apply: postcodes IV, HS, KA27-28, KW, PA20-49, PA60-78, PH17- 26, PH30-44, PH49-50, ZE. If both potted and bare root roses are purchased at the same time, then an extra Bareroot P&P charge will be added due to different delivery dates.
The E.U & Channel Islands
Bareroot roses only. P&P is determined by country/region. New flat rate prices, no longer dependable on quantity. Starting from £13.00.
See full list E.U Zones & Prices.
(Note we are still shipping to the E.U, prices may increase after 29th March 2019)
How your roses will arrive
Bare root roses. These are plants in their dormant state which are delivered between November to the start of April. Note any purchases made outside these times will be dispatched the following November. Stems are approximately 6 to 12 inches long. All roses are freshly lifted from our field just prior to despatch and packed in wax-lined waterproof sacks. Every rose will have its own descriptive colour label and each order will include a guide on how to grow roses.
Potted roses These are planted in 4.5 litre containers with peat free compost. Each potted rose will arrive in a cardboard box. The size of the plant depends on the time of year, we will aim to send roses just in bud or flowering. If the rose has flowered, it may be dead headed (cut back) to encourage new growth. Each rose will come with its own descriptive colour label and each order will include a guide on how to grow roses.
For tips about how to prepare your garden before the roses arrive, head over to our Planting and Pruning Guide page.