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.
BEHIND HER NAME
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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White by its very nature is simple, elegant, timeless and uncomplicated. The epitome of versatility, it has a unique ability to sit equally at ease in a contemporary setting or against a traditional backdrop.
Rooftops with Roses
Rooftops and balconies filled with roses are a truly wonderful sight. Plant in a container which suits your style and enjoy a multitude of colour and fragrance on any size of terrace.
Roses with Royal Connections
We believe roses are the royalty of any garden with their regal appearance, majestic blooms and elegant scents.