The Romance of the Rose!
Our Roses have arrived and are in containers fully budded and blooming. Grown by Weeks Roses and shipped to us ready to plant! Price will be approx $35 for shrubs and climbing roses and $45 for small trees. See our About Face (cover photo), Burst of Joy, Love at First Sight (photo left, top), State of Grace and Pumpkin Patch roses! We have other beautiful rose selections like: Brandy (apricot hues); Neptune (rich lavender); Mr. Lincoln (velvety red); Sedona (coral); Parade day (pink/white swirl); Above All (salmon color); and Pearly Gates (pearl pink). Several roses are also fragrant. See our 2020 Rose List Here!
The perfect landscaping plant, we have always been touched by the timeless beauty of roses; they have long been the passion of gardeners worldwide. Sun-dappled shady areas with morning sun and under tree roses are fantastic places to grow plants such as ferns, Love in a Mist, Columbine, nasturtiums, morning glories, and periwinkle. So many lovely roses, some fragrant, some not... all beautiful.
Not all types of roses need to be pruned, other than for clean-up and size control, but if you are going to prune your roses, early spring is a perfect time. Pruning before the leaf buds open causes the rose bush to put its full energy into new growth. As with most plants, roses enjoy a good feeding in the spring, when they are actively growing and need the nutrition. There are several good all-purpose rose foods that you can use, but a general all-purpose fertilizer will also suffice. Slow release fertilizers will need to be applied less frequently than water-soluble fertilizers. Make sure your roses get plenty of water and monitor them regularly for signs of problems. Roses don't like wet feet so be sure the soil drains well.
We proudly carry Grade #1 'Week' Roses Selections include "All My Loving", a 2017 Hybrid tea rose; this gorgeous pink holds onto its color and has a moderate fragrance. Hybrid tea roses have large flowers generally borne one per stem, medium to tall in habit, with long cutting stems. "Lady in Red" is an exciting new climbing rose that captures the dramatic beauty of dark red with occasional black smoke, intriguing. There are old favorites like Rio Samba, Doris Day and St. Patrick.
A stunning, beautiful clear yellow rose is 'Doris Day', pictured left, second from the top. This rose is a Golden Yellow floribunda, a timeless favorite. We also carry other favorites and have climbing roses as well: 18" rose trees like Rainbows End and 36" rose trees like Pretty Lady, a dark even pink. Exquisite and delicate, yet hardy in our cold winters, roses also stand up to hot, late summers in an abundance of color, beauty and fragrance. Our 24" Rose Trees will include Burst of Joy (shown left), a Rainbow's End Rose and Sparkle & Shine, a sparkling clear yellow rose. To see the specs on these beauties, check out Weeksroses.com