Welcome to Rose Cottage Plants

As passionate gardeners, as well as nurserymen, bulbs have always played an essential role in all our planting schemes. From the simplicity of the earliest snowdrop to the razzle-dazzle of dahlias in high summer, bulbs can be relied on to supply an extra layer of interest and colour to the border in every month of the year.

Putting together our seasonal bulb collections allows us to bring you the very best the bulb world has to offer – a wonderful choice of exceptional varieties, from the established favourites to the new and the sought-after. We source from the best growers to offer the finest quality, top-sized bulbs at prices which will pleasantly surprise you.

Whatever your style or size of garden, by choosing from the Rose Cottage range, you will bring a touch of bulb magic to your own Eden.

Anne & Jack Barnard

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Latest News and Upcoming Events
2017 Show Diary

February 2017 Sunday 19th - Great Comp 'Snowdrop Event', Comp Lane, Platt, Borough Green, Nr Sevenoaks, Kent. TN15 8QS, 01732 885 094, 10am - noon, plus Guest Speaker Val Bourne. March...

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Dahlia Open Days - Saturday & Sunday 26th & 27th August 2017

Come and visit us on our special Dahlia Open Days to see our extensive collection, which includes new and exclusive varieties. Plants will be available for sale and orders can be placed for next season's...

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2016 and 2017 Dahlias - UPDATE

The 2017 Dahlia collection will be available to order on-line from 1st January 2017.  Despatches begin from mid-February (depending on weather conditions) and are usually made in the order in which...

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Dainty Daffodils

Dainty Daffodils

If you love the smaller varieties & their polite way of dying back, we have a wonderful collection

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Cool Camassias

Cool Camassias

These handsome North American natives have seen a recent rise in popularity. Easy and amenable, we have varieties to provide flowers from May to July.

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Magical Muscari

Magical Muscari

Muscari have gained something of a bad name for the colonising sins of just one common species. Meet some well-behaved varieties which will provide early nectar for pollinating insects as well as a lovely understorey for taller bulbs

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