Hybrid Tea Roses

Dickson Nurseries specialises in creating new varieties of roses, with a small quantity of bare root roses for sale in the autumn. Creating a rose is a very time consuming occupation. It takes several years before knowing if you have created a rose good enough or better than something already in commerce. We name roses for special anniversaries and for unique, personalized gifts. Prices reflect the work involved, but you don't have to be a millionaire!
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LESLIE'S DREAM (Dicjoon) 1994           £7.50 A strong growing crimson loved by exhibitors, but you'll need to grow four or five bushes as some blooms tend to split.  This one always sells out early, so be warned!

LESLIE'S DREAM (Dicjoon) 1994 A strong growing crimson loved by exhibitors, but you'll need to grow four or five bushes as some blooms tend to split. This one always sells out early, so be warned!

ISN’T SHE LOVELY (Diciluvit) 2008       £8.50  A truly appropriate name for a classic HT which has superb lasting quality. The pointed buds are creamy gold with a slight pink edge and they open to ivory with a centre showing deep tones of pink and gold. Some blooms can appear to be completely ivory.

Dickson roses specialises in creating new varieties of roses, with a small quantity of bare root roses for sale. Also we name roses for special anniversaries and for unique, personalized gifts.

BENITA (Dicquarrel) 1995                 £7.50     Beautiful deep amber/ gold which shuns disease. Produces a spectacular summer show late into the season - just a pity it doesn't have glossy foliage, but it is fragrant. You can't have everything!

BENITA (Dicquarrel) 1995 Beautiful deep amber/ gold which shuns disease. Produces a spectacular summer show late into the season - just a pity it doesn't have glossy foliage, but it is fragrant. You can't have everything!

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