Even the name of this group of roses indicates that they are the very latest in modern rose breeding. Bred for their compact and well behaved habit they are the rose for those of us with small gardens, courtyards and of course patios. Undemanding yet so rewarding, Patio roses suit even the non-gardener. Basically they are just a down-sized version of a floribunda or cluster flower rose.
Bred to simply flower their heads off, they will give you a non-stop display from spring through to autumn. The small dense foliage has good disease resistance and the plants have a vigorous hardy attitude adding to their desirability. Obviously Patio roses are ideal for container growing but can also be used for group planting in flower beds. We have a large range to choose from in either bush or upright standard form.
Perfect for a special gift perhaps combined with a nice pot to complement the flower colour. We're sure everyone can find a perfect spot for one of our perfect little Patio roses.
Patio. Non stop floral display of beautiful fragrant blooms in the yummiest shade of warm apricot. Healthy disease resistant foliage. Would look wonderful in a container. Star of Spring Award and bred right here in NZ. PVR.
Patio or Shrublet. This little rose has non stop flower power. The oh so 'pretty in pink' blooms open from dark pink buds. Well behaved and exceptionally disease resistant 'Babe' is happy in the garden or a container. 2010. PVR.
Patio. What a little stunner. Long lasting, fully double blooms of a rich golden yellow that does not fade - and they're fragrant too. Generous amounts of bloom, nice healthy dark green foliage. Fabulous at the front of the border or in a container. PVR.
Patio. A special little rose with almost black buds that open to reveal red black, perfectly formed, fully double flowers. The blooms appear in clusters on strong straight stems. Just a light fragrance. Lovely for the garden or a container, repeats well. PVR 1985.
Flower Colour: Red / Black PVR: Benblack Habit: Upright Mature Size (HxW): 75cm x 50cm
Expected Stock Height: 20/30 cm ?
Currently sold out. New season roses available next winter. Add to your waitlist to be advised when next in stock.
Patio. This rose is definitely a little honey. Exquisite warm apricot salmon buds opening to a non fading honey apricot shade. Very strong healthy bush and clean grower. Would look fantastic in a terracotta pot. PVR.
Patio. A really beautiful little rose which flowers freely with soft mauve blooms that have a light and musky fragrance. Dark healthy leaves and smooth stems with few (if any) prickles. Just lovely for a container or front of the border. PVR. 1953.
Flower Colour: Lavender Habit: Upright Mature Size (HxW): 100cm x cm
New stock expected Middle of July, 2024. Waitlist now. Estimated price TBA. Payment on order.
Patio. A great little rose for the front of the border or for use as a low hedge. Semi-double simple and charming blooms of pale creamy yellow with a flush of pink are borne in generous trusses. Slightly arching and spreading habit. Very showy. 1989 PVR
Polyantha, compact shrub. Glossy green foliage and clusters of dainty white blooms that are somewhat frilled and ruffled. A vigorous trouble free rose that is a really pretty sight in full bloom. This rose is a natural mutation of the ever popular 'The Fairy'. Lightly scented. PVR 2001.
Flower Colour: White Habit: Upright Mature Size (HxW): 30cm x 40cm
Expected Stock Height: 0/1.8 cm ?
New stock expected Middle of June, 2024. Waitlist now. Estimated price TBA. Payment on order.
Patio. Perfect golden buds open to delightful rich golden blooms that are very fragrant. Deep glossy green foliage completes the picture. Seldom without a flower through out the season. Named after Daltons of Matamata who produce most of the potting mix sold in NZ. PVR.