Specialist Growers of Roses Ancient and Modern

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Welcome to the online store of Trevor White Roses

We have been growing roses in Norfolk since 1984 and take great pride in producing quality plants. Good cultivation in virgin soil, strict grading and minimal storage ensure that they arrive in the best possible condition. Most of our roses can be purchased bare root (dormant) for delivery from November until March, in addition we also offer a selection that can be bought potted in peat-free compost which are available throughout the year.

Old Roses are our special passion, yet we love roses of all persuasions and stock many beautiful Species, Shrub, Modern, Climbing and Rambling Roses. Our aim is to offer a range that fully embodies the sheer diversity that roses can bring to your garden. Fragrance, foliage, fruit and flower come in a multitude of variations and permutations that provides a rose for virtually every situation.

We hope our new website helps and inspires you to discover more about our unique collection. The new search options and enhanced format should make finding the right rose from over 500 different varieties much easier.

Happy gardening.



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Modern Shrub Roses

Featured Roses

Once upon a Summers Day

Hot summers for British rose growers means we get to see a special treat, a rose named as Marechal Niel. This rose was one of the first truly yellow varieties and when introduced in 1863 the Victorian's went crazy for it.The large, very full blooms have an exquisite tea fragrance, but it's Tea rose ancestry means, the flowers will only open fully in dry weather. It was so sought after, the breeder Pradel would only sell it to customers who had purchased a dozen of his other roses, quite a marketing ploy! Not being fully hardy it is now most commonly grown as a conservatory rose where its delicate blooms are not spoilt by the rain, although with warmer, drier summers it could well survive outside in a sheltered spot.

By | August 7th, 2018|
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