In celebration of the work of Greenfingers Charity and in recognition of the charity’s new 'Friends' initiative to encourage supporters to become Friends of the charity, Fryers’ Roses formally launched a stunning new Friends rose at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival.
Rose 'Friends' is a Hybrid Tea, with beautiful, buttercup-yellow flowers and a mid-strength fragrance. The yellow blooms contrast against dark green, glossy foliage. The Friends rose grows to a height of approximately 90cm.
£1 from each Friends rose sold through Fryer’s Roses online and Blue Diamond Garden Centres, will be donated to Greenfingers Charity.
Rose 'Friends' will be available to buy at Blue Diamond Garden Centres; online by visiting www.fryersroses.co.uk or by telephoning Fryer’s Roses direct on 01565 755455. (Whilst stocks last.)
About Fryer's Roses
Fryer's Roses is a British family-owned business that specialises in growing and selling high-quality roses. The company was established in 1912 by a nurseryman named Harry Fryer and has been operating for over a century.
Located in Knutsford, Cheshire, Fryer's Roses is known for its extensive collection of roses, which includes over 200 different varieties. The company grows its roses on its own nurseries, ensuring that the plants are of the highest quality. Fryer's Roses has won numerous awards for its roses, including the Gold Medal at the Chelsea Flower Show, one of the most prestigious horticultural events in the world. The company has also been recognised by the Royal Horticultural Society, which has awarded it the Award of Garden Merit for many of its rose varieties.
In addition to growing and selling roses, Fryer's Roses also offers a range of gardening supplies, including tools, fertilisers, and soil. The company has a strong commitment to sustainability and ethical growing practices, using natural pest control methods and minimising its environmental impact wherever possible. Fryer's Roses is also actively involved in the community, supporting local charities and providing educational resources for schools and gardening clubs.