Winter Roses hold their flowers for many weeks, and with their lush foliage, they make a winning combination. One of the best bits about them is that they like the shade, so they fill some difficult garden spots with ease.

In the midst of winter, the timeless beauty of Hellebores or Winter Roses comes into its own. The gorgeous flowers come in a handsome array of colours, from opalescent white, to rich burgundy, they are sure to brighten the dull days of winter.

Double Winter Rose

Double Winter Roses have all the hardy attributes of traditional Winter Roses with a little extra flair. The flowers open freely from winter to spring and are sure to impress with their longevity.

Planting Winter Roses in a part shade position, such as underneath deciduous trees is perfect. They get the sun in winter when they are forming their flowers, and are shaded from the hot summer sun. Plus you get to fill those awkward spots beneath trees where grass simply won’t grow.

  • Winter Rose Double Collection

    A worthy collection.

  • Double Winter Rose 'Princess Buttercup'

    As you wish.

  • Double Winter Rose 'Miss Molly'

    Good golly Miss Molly.

  • Double Winter Rose 'Enchantress'

    Bedazzled blooms.

  • Double Winter Rose 'Sheila Mary'

    Glamorous in green.

  • Double Winter Rose 'Provocateur'

    Prolific bloomers.


Single Winter Rose

We think it is impossible to get enough of these shady characters. Winter Roses thrive in those hard to fill shaded spots in the garden, they are super low maintenance and they flower in winter – what is not to like?!

Winter Roses make great cut flowers too. You can pick the flowers for a vase display, or float the blooms in a bowl. There is a great colour range to choose from, so what are you waiting for?!

  • Winter Rose 'Figurati'

    Indestructible and indispensible.

  • Winter Roses Collection

    Lifelong plants.

  • Winter Rose 'Lunar Eclipse'

    Total eclipse of the heart.

  • Winter Rose 'Eye Opener'

    Worth a look.

  • Winter Rose 'Almost Midnight'

    A touch of the dramatic.

  • Winter Rose 'In The Pink'

    It's the simple things.