Grow This Beautiful, Raspberry-Red Fragrant Bloom &
Help Raise Money For Ambitious About Autism
Witness a beautiful show as a mass of raspberry-red blooms grow for months on the impressive ‘Little Sid’ rose.
This patio rose bursts to life from spring, with light red petals that darken towards the centre, while boasting a repeat flowering nature to continually erupt with colour all the way through to autumn.
Dark, glossy foliage acts as a bed for the flower clusters to grow, producing an excellent colour contrast. The plant is a reliable grower, with a short and bushy habit – perfect for planting throughout the garden, including in patio pots, beds, and borders.
What’s more, this variety is loved by pollinators and will attract bees and butterflies to transform any garden into a haven of wildlife.
For every rose sold, we are proud to donate £5 to support the outstanding work of Ambitious about Autism (registered charity no. 1063184.) This is a national charity that runs specialist schools and colleges for autistic children and young people in London and the South East of England.
‘Little Sid’ is named after Sid Wallace, a young boy who is autistic and non-speaking, and the son of television presenter Gregg Wallace.
On the launch of this rose, Gregg said: “Raising an autistic child has many challenges but also great joys, as other families with lived experience will know. Anna and I are very proud of our wonderful son Sid and this rose is a celebration of him and all autistic young people.''
Supplied as a bare root rose, ready for planting.