Field Rose (Rosa arvensis)
The Field Rose, Rosa arvensis, has white flowers with golden anthers and a heady scent. It is a scrambler with arching stems, less tall than the Dog Rose. Field Roses are great plants for wildlife too, offering a protective habitat and food supply for birds and small mammals, nectar for insects and bees, and a foodplant for several moths and butterflies.
Field Roses do better on heavier soils, and work very well in mixed native hedges or scrambling through other shrubs.
Provenance certificates are available on request for Field Rose plants, which are from the Southwest of England.
50% of our profit on sales of Field Rose plants is donated to The Tree Council
See our planting and size guide for details and tips on planting. These Field Rose plants are all bare root, and are consequently available for delivery from November until March. During this period there may be up to two weeks delay between placing the order and dispatching, due to weather conditions or pressure of orders, which are dealt with in date sequence. Orders placed between March and September are confirmed in October ready for dispatch from November.