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Delivery and Order Information

Thank you for your interest in our British grown Garden Roses.

Our season starts in May and continues to the end of October (or whenever we have the first frost.)

Due to high demand for our Roses we recommend that you reserve your Roses as early as possible to avoid disappointment.

When are your garden roses available?

The growing season in the UK typically starts near the mid/end of April.  The first roses are ready to cut by mid May. Our season ends in October depending on when the first frost arrives.  British grown cut Roses are not available during the Winter months November to April

How long do your roses last?

Our garden roses are a different breed than greenhouse grown roses which you find available to buy in most Supermarkets/Florists/Garden Centres which have been bred/grown to have an extended vase life.

Garden roses are fragile and require water at all times once cut. Most varieties will typically look great for 5 days if cut as a semi-open bud, and properly handled.

How far in advance should I order roses for an event?

You are welcome to send us as many orders as you’d like for the season at any time. We receive dozens of requests each week during wedding season, so the earlier you send your orders, the more likely we are to have roses for you.

We regularly sell out and orders are fulfilled on a first come first served basis.  If we foresee any issues filling your order we will let you know as soon as possible so you can make alternate plans.

How much does shipping/delivery cost?

This information is available on our Delivery Info page.

Are your roses organic?

We are not certified organic.  Granular and liquid fertilizers are fed to our roses. To make our roses produce continually, they are fed weekly while being watered.  We also incorporate organic matter such as farmyard manure at the time of planting and mulch throughout the season to help keep weeds down and retain moisture.

How are your roses watered?

We are very fortunate to be in Wales so it rains a lot!  We have large rainwater collection tanks which capture the rain that falls onto the roofs of our farm buildings - we do not use mains water on our Roses, we use stored rainwater to water our Roses.  Roses are thirsty plants.  If you want to get the best possible blooms then you need to have plenty of water.

I'm not a Florist, can I order Roses from you?

Unfortunately we do not sell direct to customers for their own weddings, special events etc.  We only supply direct to Florists and Floral Designers and are Trade only.

Can I visit your farm?

We regret we are currently unable to allow visitors at our farm.  We are based on a working cattle/sheep farm with large farm machinery at work everyday. Due to insurance and liability issues we are unable to have visits to the Rose plots.  

You are able to collect orders from our farmyard by prior arrangement.

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