Everybody loves to receive roses whether for a celebration, as a romantic gesture or for no reason at all. Here at Poplar Nurseries we have a large range of roses in stock. This includes floribunda, hybrid tea, the flower carpet series, standards, climbers, ramblers and patio roses.
To find the perfect rose for your garden, visit Poplar Nurseries on the A120 near Colchester, on Coggeshall Road, Marks Tey, or call 01206 210 374.
We are proud to work with David Austin Roses and Poplar Nurseries is one of the largest stockists of these beautiful blooms in the South East of England. With an unrivalled reputation, they combine the old-fashioned flower and scent synonymous with the rose, with modern-day disease resistance and repeat flowering. Poplar Nurseries are privileged to be among the first garden centres to receive the new varieties that are released by David Austin each year for the RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
You will also find roses from Whartons Nurseries Ltd at Poplar Nurseries. Established in 1947, this Norfolk nursery has more than 70 years of experience in growing award-winning varieties of roses. Meanwhile, Lucksbridge Horticulture Ltd, a family-run horticultural nursery located on the outskirts of Spalding in Lincolnshire, is another rose specialist stocked at Poplar Nurseries.
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When should I prune roses?
Roses should be pruned between late winter and early spring, to match the time when you are expecting to see new growth. The harder you prune back the more you will promote new growth, while a lighter pruning is likely to stimulate less vigorous growth.
There can actually be variations across the UK in terms of the best time to prune roses as in the South spring growth can start as early as January, while further North you may not see any new leaves until April.