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Rose, Hansa

Rosa rugosa Hansa

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  • Root Type/Plant Size

    Bare Root Transplant, 30-45cm (12-18ins) (Pre-order (Plants not dormant))

  • £3.99
Size / Type Price per item for
1+ 5+ 50+ 250+
Price per item for 1+ 5+ 50+ 250+
Tr 30-45cm
  • Plant Types & Availability - More information

    Tr = Bare Root Transplant, Rw = Root-Wrapped (see Roses section)

    All prices include VAT at 20%.

A shrub rose with very fragrant, with an 'old rose' fragrance, fully double, well-formed, silky crimson-purple flowers throughout the summer on dense fast growing deciduous plants covered with small bristly thorns. Large red rounded hips in autumn which are good for rose-hip syrup or excellent bird food in winter. Introduced in 1865.

HEDGE Trim as necessary in winter. For hedges 120 - 150cm (4 - 5ft). Plant 30 - 60cm (2 - 3ft) apart.

SHRUB 1.5 x 1.2m (5 x 4ft).

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Rose, Hansa is available as:

Tr = Bare Root Transplant
Rw = Root-Wrapped (see Roses section)

Bare-Root Plants (Transplants)

Bare-root plants are sold without a pot/soil around the roots. This is a more cost effective and environmentally friendly way of growing plants. To ensure the best plant health we do not store our plants in cold storage, but they are left in our field or plant beds until they are ready for packing or collection.

Transplanted plants have been lifted from the ground and replanted. This encourages a better fibrous root system and makes the plant stronger and bushier.

Root Wrapped Plants

These are field grown plants that have been planted in a polythene pot or wrap. They are normally available from November to May.


Bare rooted plants are only available when the plants are dormant (typically from late November to March). Root wrapped plants are generally available from late November to May.

If a plant is currently out of stock because it is out of season (for example, bare rooted plants in summer) or we have sold out but we are expecting more to be available you can pre-order the plant. We only charge credit/debit cards when an order is despatched, not when an order is placed.

Planting Distances for planting as a Hedge

We recommend planting Rose, Hansa in a single row between 30cm/12ins apart and 60cm/24ins apart:

Planting closer will mean the plants will grow together and form a hedge quicker, but requires more plants.

To calculate the number of plants needed for a length of hedging, click on Planting Distance Calculator above.

Planting Guide & RootGrow

We recommend planting with RootGrow. The recommended amount for RootGrow for an order will be shown in your shopping basket.

We will send out a planting guide with your order, you also can find a guide to planting here.


Hedging - As a general rule, plants grown for hedging need pruning to encourage side branching. Usually the harder a plant is pruned the bushier it will be. If they are not pruned there is a danger that the hedges will be thin and bare at the base and that the tips of the plants will die back. If the plant is naturally bushy, less or sometimes no pruning will be needed to achieve a dense hedge.

Rose, Hansa: Cut back by about one half or more, and again during the second winter.

    • SKU
  • Native/Wildlife/Evergreen
    • RHS Plants for Pollinators
    • Good for Wildlife/Bees
    • Native
    • Evergreen/Deciduous
  • Soil and position
    • Suitable for any normal soil and position, and
      Suitable for Chalky Soil
      Suitable for Costal Areas
  • Plant Height and Growth
    • Hedge Height
      1.2-2.1m (4-7ft)
    • Approx. Ultimate Height
      1.5m (5ft)
    • Average Growth per Year
      30-45cm (1-1.5ft)
  • Root Type/Plant Size
    • Root Type/Plant Size
      Bare Root Transplant, 30-45cm (12-18ins)
    • Potted/Bare Root
      Bare Root