Let The Blooms Shine

Brighten up the British summer and bring a new dawn to your garden, by planting a mixed bed or border with sunset shades. From vibrant rich oranges to sunshine yellows, planting a warm, sunny spectrum of plants will create a joyful and uplifting view which you can enjoy even when the skies are grey.


Lady of Shalott

(Ausnyson) English Shrub Rose

A bold, beautiful rose whose large fragrant orange blooms will make their presence felt

True to her namesake, this rose is spirited and full of mystery and charm. Her rich orange-red buds open to striking, large chalice-shaped blooms which are filled with loosely arranged, orange petals. She may be bold but she is also graceful, her outer petals almost salmon-pink with enticing golden-yellow undersides, giving her depth and complexity.



Full of confidence, her blooms embody an intoxicating, warm Tea fragrance, with hints of spiced apple and clove. It is a wonderful fragrance as unique as the rest of her.


Named after one of Alfred, Lord Tennyson’s poems ‘The Lady of Shalott’ to commemorate the 200th anniversary of his birth. The poem depicts a tragic tale of desire and solitude.  

our favourite roses in sunshine shades

Create your very own sunset or sunrise with these warming shades of orange and yellow. Radiating positivity and joy, shades of soft apricot, rich orange and yellow will add a sense of sunshine to any garden space. Gently blend in a gradient of colour for a soothing effect, turn up the heat with more orange or add a little extra yellow for an energising look.
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Suitable for

Shadier Spots

All roses need at least a few hours of direct sunlight each day to grow and are generally pretty tolerant to most conditions. These robust varieties are particularly shade-tolerant and are perfect for planting in that tricky spot, using their bright blooms to perks up a neglected corner.

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