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Patio Standard Rose Red
Patio Standard Rose Red
Patio Standard Rose Red
Patio Standard Rose Red

Patio Standard Rose 'Red'

Easy height and intrigue for any garden
Grows to
Grows To
60 cm
120 cm
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Plant Care Information:

Scented / Fragrant
Scented / Fragrant
Perfect In Pots
Perfect In Pots
Plant In Sunshine
Plant In Sunshine
Winter Hardy
Winter Hardy
Easy To Grow
Easy To Grow
Wildlife Friendly
Wildlife Friendly

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1 x Bare Root
Item: 530191
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2x Red bare root
Item: 530195
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Grows to
Grows To
60 cm
120 cm
1 x Bare Root - Item: 530191
ONLY £19.99
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  • Enjoy a flurry of impressive red blooms with this quality patio standard rose
  • Lovely large flowers appear in abundance during the warm summer months, and even into autumn
  • Versatile to suit any garden scenario - plant in pots or directly into the soil to craft impressive displays
  • Beautifully fragrant to please the senses, without overwhelming the perfumes of other flowers
  • Supplied as one bare root standard rose tree with a well-formed head, ready to plant out
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Rose Patio Standard 'Red’ is a classic red variety that displays a stunning show of deeply coloured, velvet-like petals throughout the summer and into autumn.

The red shade is remarkable and looks picture-perfect when spotted with early morning dew. This standard rose is superb value for money and will produce displays of beautifully fragrant, elegant blooms to enjoy all summer long.

Also known as a tree rose, this is the perfect way to add height and elegance to your patio – where a single bush will make a dramatic fragrant feature, or as a pair of potted specimens to dress a door or gateway.

It takes expert growers a full three years to produce these gems, by ‘top grafting’ the flowering variety onto the straight stem of the rootstock, creating the height display.

Supplied as one bare root, standard tree with a well-formed head, approx. 60-70cm tall, ready to plant out.

What Is Supplied

Item 530191 supplied as:

1 x Bare Root

Some may have green wax on cut ends, which prevents drying out. It will dissolve naturally when growth starts.

  • The amount of growth on potted roses will vary at different times of year, depending on when they are potted.
  • Potted roses will be freshly 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.

Top Tips

  • Before planting, plunge bare root plants into a bucket of water for half an hour to rehydrate.
  • When pruning, make sure that your secateurs are clean and sharp to prevent squashing stems and introducing disease.
  • Add mycorrhizal fungi to the roots when planting to help the plant establish quicker.
  • Trim old flower stems to shape early each spring, just before new growth starts.

Care Information

  • Pick the right container for your rose - any large pot with good drainage holes is perfect.
  • Roses love sunshine and should receive sun for at least half the day, so position the pot with this in mind, remembering to position it before filling with compost as it may be too heavy to move once planted up.
  • Use a loam-based John Innes No 3 with 10 – 20% multi-purpose compost added. Make sure that the mix does not include any type of granular or time release fertilizer as this may burn the roots.
  • Feed twice for more blooms. Late-March/April and again Late July.
  • Prune lightly to deadhead, shape, and control disease.
  • Transplant into a larger container if you notice a decrease in blooms, and every 2 – 3 years to refresh the soil.
  • It is important that container-grown plants do not dry out – water regularly.

Planting/Flowering Calendar

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Grows to

Plant Dimensions
120 cm
60 cm
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