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Polyantha Roses

Polyantha Roses are the forerunners of the Floribunda roses and are crosses of Rosa multiflora and China roses. The first appeared in the late 19th century. With compact growth and repeat flowering they are ideal for the front of a border or for growing in pots as Patio Roses. Best hard pruned to 15cms in Febuary/March.

  • Gloria Mundi

    Polyantha Rose

    From £12.95
    Vivid orange scarlet semi- double blooms in clusters. Neat compact growth suited to the smaller garden. Makes a good low hedge. Continuous flowering. Size 60 x 60cm.
  • Katharina Zeimet

    Polyantha Rose

    From £11.95
    a.k.a White Baby Rambler. A useful plant of small stature,bears large clusters of double small white blooms. Delicate fragrance. Bushy dark green foliage. Perpetual flowering. Tolerant of bad weather. Size:50cm x 50cm.
  • Marie Pavie

    Polyantha Rose

    From £11.95
    Marie Pavie has clusters of small white-blush pink blooms. Upright habit. Vigorous. Good in a small garden or low hedge. Continuous Flowering. Size:90cm x 60cm.
  • Miss Edith Cavell

    Polyantha Rose

    From £12.95
    Named in commemoration. Clusters of small crimson blooms. Dark green foliage. Good in front of the border. Scented. Perpetual Flowering. Size:60cm x 60cm.
  • Yvonne Rabier

    Polyantha Rose

    From £11.95
    An excellent little rose. Clusters of double white flowers with a touch of lemon. Bushy in growth with light green foliage. Very free flowering. Good short hedge. Size: 90cm x 90cm.