Peter Beales Roses Website
(6 Feb 2018)
Anne-Marie Laing (Bush Rose) Repeat Flowering(Floribunda) Fragrant, light pink blooms have a deeper reverse and are borne in large clusters. Leaves are matt, dark green and growth is vigorous. Bred by Shipway.
(19 Dec 2014)
(23 Dec 2015)
Child of My Heart Unique to us in the UK. This rose is a perfect alternative to 'Evelyn' which we no longer stock. Double, strongly scented peach blooms. Good, plentiful, leathery foliage. Introduced for the East Anglian Childrens' Hospices who will benefit from sales.....
(5 Jan 2015)
(Species, Climbers, Ramblers and Scramblers)
Unique to us in the UK.
Mid pink single flowers on a vigorous plant. Fruit scarlet, ovoid, glossy foliage.
Colour: Bright Mid Pinks
Height: 1m 50cm Plus
Flowering period: Spring to early summer
suitable for hedges
ornamental value of hips
vigorous growing for tree branches
good autumn foliage
(9 Oct 2014)
'The Churchill Rose'. This rose is a perfect alternative to 'Perdita' which we no longer stock. A stunning free flowering shrub rose with a lovely perfume and large, cupped semi-double to double blooms of a beautiful and unique shade of apricot. It is very healthy and has abundant mid green glossy foliage, with attractive maroon edging on young growth. Peter Beales said "We are pleased to introduce this rose for the 50th anniversary of the Churchill College Cambridge. It is a fantastic addition to our peach-orange range of shrub roses and we are proud to be associated with such an iconic person and a world famous college."
Modern Shrub. Colour: A lighter shade of Orange. Repeat Flowering. Cupped. Double. Bloom Size Medium. Some Scent (5 / 10). Not very tolerant of any shade. Quite thorny (7 / 10). Average disease resistance. Hip Shape: None. DOB 2011. Breeder Beales.
(12 Sep 2016) Includes photo(s).
The Perse Rose (Shrub Rose). Repeat Flowering. Unique to Peter Beales. (Modern Shrub) Large fully double, multi headed,deep pink blooms, with a delicate fragrance. Mid green glossy foliage, with a relaxed growth habit this could be grown as a small pillar rose.
This rose was named for The Perse School, which on 30th September 2015 a year of celebrations to mark school’s 400th anniversary will begin. Nearly 400 years ago the academic, physician and philanthropist Dr Perse left a legacy to change lives through education. The school established in his name, with a direct link to the University, is Cambridge’s oldest surviving secondary school and open to children from all backgrounds.
(11 Feb 2016) Includes photo(s).