Bare Root Roses from our Rose Nurseries in Hampshire & Cornwall

Roses are grown as crops in a field and every year one crop becomes ready for sale in November. During the winter months roses are mostly sold in the traditional 'bare rooted' or 'field grown' way. This is a good way of buying and planting roses when they are dormant, allowing them to grow away strongly in the spring having settled in over winter. Bare root roses are dug straight from the field and have no soil round their roots and no pots, so are cheaper to buy. The plants will always be packed in a way that keeps their roots moist, which is very important, and they should be planted within a week of receiving them for best results. Full instructions will be sent with your order.