WIN vouchers worth £250 to spend at Peter Beales, Norfolk

PUBLISHED: 12:37 27 May 2020

Gardens at Peter Beales Roses in June (photo: Peter Beales Roses)

Gardens at Peter Beales Roses in June (photo: Peter Beales Roses)

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This month we have teamed up with Peter Beales Garden Centre to offer our readers the chance to win one of four wonderful prizes!

For over 50 years Norfolk’s Peter Beales has kept gardeners all over the world supplied with fabulous, award-winning blooms.

This month we have teamed up with Peter Beales Garden Centre to offer our readers the chance to win one of four wonderful prizes! The winner will receive vouchers worth £250 to spend at Peter Beales; there will be two runners-up prizes of £100 vouchers each and a third prize of £50 in vouchers. And what a fabulous place to spend them in!

Based in Attleborough, Peter Beales Garden Centre is world-famous for its classic roses and also has many other garden centre products and a full range of plants.

Since 1968 it has grown millions of roses. Its shrub, climbing, modern hybrid and floribunda roses are now growing all over the world, from small city gardens in London to hundreds of acres in Japan. All roses are lovingly cared for by hand by its rosarians over two years before sale.

Peter Beales’ roses are all grown in East Anglia and tended for by local, expert nurserymen with many years’ experience. Roses come in two main forms; bare root roses in the winter and containerised roses throughout the summer.

Bare root roses are perfect for winter planting and arrive between November and March, whilst the roses are dormant and can be safely transported with roots exposed.

Bare root roses are perfect for mass plantings where handling large plants would cause a problem with planting distance. All of the Beales collection of more than 1,100 roses is available in bare root form throughout the winter.

Container roses are potted in the autumn/winter and sold from early spring; from June they often arrive to the customer in bloom, laden with flowers and as such, are perfect as presents or when instant results are needed. Not all roses lend themselves to containerising, but around 400 varieties of Beales’ roses are available each year.

Careful selection has also gone into the plant ranges, with many coming from renowned growers and breeders, including one of the largest collections of clematis in East Anglia.

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