Roses

7 Roses for Your Garden

Rosa Easy Elegance

Some are new, others are tried and true, and a few have won awards, but in all cases these roses are winners for your garden.

At Last Rose – Combine the romance of a fragrant, tea rose with the practicality of a disease-resistant landscape rose and you have the At Last rose. The large, sweetly perfumed sunset-orange blossoms bloom late spring through frost. The rounded habit, disease resistance and minimal pruning makes this rose ideal for the landscape. Grows up to 3-feet tall and wide.

David Austin rose 'Roald Dahl'

David Austin rose ‘Roald Dahl’ / David Austin Roses

David Austin Roses – Just as winter is always followed by spring, you can count on David Austin to bring us new English roses for U.S. growing. ‘Roald Dahl’ has perfect peach flowers, named for Roald Dahl, the author of James and the Giant Peach. ‘Imogen’ is a soft lemon rose with a rare button eye reminiscent of antique Damask and Gallica roses. ‘Bathsheba’ is Austin’s first apricot-colored climbing rose in 20 years.

Top Gun Rose – This rose is taking on rose diseases and Rose Rosette with plant breeding genetics that has shown it to be outstanding in fighting off these problems plagued by roses. An added plus is its 3-inch deep red blooms borne in small clusters. Grows 3 to 4-feet tall and wide in full sun.

Rosa The Grand Champion

Rosa The Grand Champion / Garden Debut

Grand Champion Red Rose – This rose is one tough rose and it knows how to put on a show with its huge 3-inch double red blooms from late spring through summer. A stand out in the garden, it has dark, dense foliage and is also fragrant, drought tolerant and very disease resistant. Grows 4-feet tall and wide in full sun.

Top Gun Rose – This rose is taking on rose diseases and Rose Rosette with plant breeding genetics that has shown it to be outstanding in fighting off these problems plagued by roses. An added plus is its 3-inch deep red blooms borne in small clusters. Grows 3 to 4-feet tall and wide in full sun.

Sunrosa Fragrant Pink

Sunrosa Fragrant Pink

Sunrosa Fragrant Pink Dwarf Shrub Rose – The fragrant pink blossoms resemble mini peonies, with dark and light pink tones in each petal. This compact rose is perfect for patio containers and small to mid-side landscapes. Easy to maintain with minimal pruning, Sunrosa grows just 24-36 inches tall and 12 to 18 inches wide, plus it thrives in the heat and full sun.

White Drift Rose – The colors keep coming in Drift roses, a cross between full-size ground cover roses and miniatures. The bright white, double blooms and low, spreading habit makes it perfect for small gardens and even containers. A continual bloomer from spring to early frost, it is disease resistant and easy to manage.

Rosa Easy Elegance

Rosa Easy Elegance Screaming Neon Red / Baileys

Easy Elegance Screaming Neon Red Rose – The Biltmore International Rose Trials are a big deal, so when they announce their winners, we pay attention. The winner of four out of seven awards, Easy Elegance also took home the big award – Most Outstanding Rose. Disease resistant, hardy, and unique with its loud neon red color, this rose grows 2 to 3-feet tall and 3 to 4-feet wide in full sun.