Roses

Roses

Roses are semiĀ­-evergreen or deciduous shrubs and perennial climbers, some of which have been in cultivation for many centuries. They are grown for their attractive and often very fragrant flowers, borne mainly in early summer and autumn, and sometimes also for their fruits, known as hips. The flowers vary greatly in color, size, and form. Roses are suitable for a range of garden situations: as specimen plants, for a shrub or mixed border, as hedges, or as climbers.

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Joseph's Coat Climbing Rose
Vigorous branching, large-flowered climbing rose. This compact climber can also be trained as a shrub and will continue to delight either way. Blooms start as red buds and open to an array of red, orange gold and bright butter-yellow. They hold well on the erect stems for garden display or as a cut flower. The plant tolerates a wide range of con..
$12.99
Knock Out Rose
Shrub rose with mid-green, semi-glossy leaves. Bears small clusters of single-petalled, lightly scented, yellow flowers, 2-3in across, from spring to autumn. Disease resistant and tolerant of partial shade.  ..
$15.00
Rio Samba Rose
Rio Samba is a hybrid tea introduced by Jackson & Perkins. Named after the Samba dancers at Carnival in Rio, its brilliant yellow petals shade to orange near the edges. This rose also boasts an attractive flower form and gentle perfume. Pointed oval buds rest on medium green, pointed foliage standing up to 5 feet. Rio Samba was created by Wi..
$15.00