The Winnipeg Parks Rose, Rosa ‘Winnipeg Parks’ (PP9,122), is a hardy, everblooming shrub rose with clusters of deep pinkish-red buds opening to bright cherry-pink, 2-3″, double flowers. The dark green foliage has excellent disease resistance. It is hardy from the cold zone 3 to the mild zone 7. The red hips in fall are an added bonus. This rose has its own root. The advantage of own root roses is that once established they are very resilient. If winter’s freezing breezes kill the top growth, the rose will grow back in the spring, and the recovered rose will look the same as the one you purchased.*Disease Resistant*Attracts Winter Wildlife*Blooms All Season.
The Rose Shrub ‘Easy Does It’, Rosa ‘Harpageant’, is a blend of mango orange, peach-pink and ripe apricot colors.These 3 to 4-inch double blooms are delightfully ruffled, unfurling their 26 to 40 petals in layers. These generous clusters are displayed over the glossy green foliage of this vigorous shrub.’Easy Does It’ blooms perpetually, stands up to foliar diseases, and sports some of the most colorful flowers in the family.Being disease resistant is a real boon in warm and rainy climates, where summer can often bring foliar diseases. It is also cold hardy.Vigorous, and a prolific bloomer, it was the only 2010 All-America Rose Selection! The blooming of ‘Easy Does It’ begins in early summer and continues robustly all season until the cold weather sets in.The lovely, lightly fragrant flowers of this rose attract butterflies and bees. * Cold and Heat Hardy* Floribunda Rose* Heavy Bloomer.
The Champlain Rose has beautiful dark velvet red blooms. This rose is classified as a Kordesii rose. Kordesii roses feature profuse cherry red blossoms summer through fall.Champlain was developed in Canada and it is noted for its winter hardiness, disease resistance and repeat bloom.Wonderfully colored orange hips are formed in autumn and they are much appreciated by neighborhood birds.Use this plant as a small specimen, in borders, in groups, foundation planting or as an informal hedge.This plant has shown good resistance to disease and insects. Prune this plant in late winter or early spring.* Fast growing* Bright green foliage* Carnation-like flowers.
The Pink Meidiland® Rose, Rosa ‘MEIpoque’, is an ever blooming shrub that has pink flowers with a white center.This rose makes a colorful hedge and flowers until frost with bright orange-red hips that persist far into winter. Deadheading will encourage reblooming.The single pink flowers measure about 2 to 2.3 inches across. The flowers are borne in clusters and have very little fragrance. The foliage is medium green and quite thorny. This plant should be pruned in late winter, early spring.This rose has its own root. The advantage of own root roses is that once established they are very resilient. If winter’s freezing breezes kill the top growth, the rose will grow back in the spring, and the recovered rose will look the same as the one you purchased.Pink Meidiland can be used in a garden, in mass plantings, as a ground cover, in borders, and containers.There is always a space for a Pink Meidiland in any landscape, and it will look terrific in yours!.
Profusely-Blooming, Hardy RoseBonica is shrub rose that has won multiple awards for its stellar features. Plant a few for a floral hedge or even just one next to your front steps as a long-lasting display for guests. Your Bonica Rose bush is an amazing rose variety, with spectacular blooms that begin in spring and continue right up until the first frost. The vibrant, mid-green foliage that adorns the gently arching canes is an ideal showcase for the colorful flowers. Clusters of 3-inch, fully-double roses appear like fluffy, pink floral clouds along the cascading stems and continue to profusely bloom throughout the season. As autumn approaches, the flowers transition to bright orange hips that persist into winter to spice up your barren landscape. Bonica Rose is a deciduous shrub that will grow up to 4 feet in height with a 5 foot spread. It has a compact but spreading nature. Bonica is fast-growing, very hardy and even able to tolerate some shade. It requires little or no care in return for its outstanding features. Bonica even provides a source of food for your pollinators in summer and birds in winter.It’s hard to find a shrub rose with better features than Bonica. You might expect flowers of a less spectacular nature on a shrub so versatile and hardy, but Bonica really does offer it all—impressive roses and a carefree nature! * Brilliant flowers* Fragrant* Fast growing* Shade tolerant* Good cut flower* Disease resistant* Long lasting bloom period.
Months of Brilliant Colors & Amazing Scents in a Shrub RoseThe Rose-Hansa is a hybrid Rugosa shrub rose that blooms all summer long. Plant one as a specimen plant in a perennial bed or several as a stunning summer hedge.What garden can be complete without a rose? The brilliant colors, silky-soft petals and heavenly scent are the substance of poetry, songs and legend. No flower is more studied or beloved than the rose…and the Hansa is a rose that should not be missed.If you want a rose bush with incredible flowers, fragrance and a hardy nature, then you can’t do better than an old-fashioned shrub rose. Many rose enthusiasts prefer the fussier tea rose plants because of their larger blooms, but your Hansa Rose has sizable flowers.The double blooms can reach a diameter of four inches and will cover your plant from early summer until fall. The dramatic purple-fuchsia color and heavy blooms will certainly draw you in for a closer look. Lean forward until the delicate yellow centers peek at you, and draw in the sweet-spicy fragrance to experience a moment of natural harmony.This is an upright growing, multi-stemmed, deciduous shrub. It’s a vigorous grower and can attain a height of five feet with an almost equal spread. The leaves will even contribute to the fall landscape when they transform to a comely orange hue, and the red hips will contribute their part to the colorful show as well.In addition to all your Hansa Rose has to offer, it’s also winter hardy, disease resistant and tolerant of a variety of soils. You simply can’t go wrong with a Hansa Rose.There’s nothing quite like the sight and scent of a truly magnificent rose amid the familiar surroundings of the home garden!* Double Large Blooms* Fast growing* Winter Hardy and Disease Resistant* Makes a great, dense hedge Rose Hips.
The Lucida Rose, Rosa virginiana ‘Virginia Rose’, is a shrub rose. In the spring, it comes alive with a multitude of delicate pink flowers with yellow centers. Each dark green leaflet is up to 2.5″ long, turning purplish red in the fall.Lucida Rose is a great plant to use for clearings, shores, and roadsides. It also excels in mixed borders, hedges, and as specimens.Lucida is tolerant of harsh conditions, including salt spray, wind, and poor soil.The rose hips from the Virginia rose are extremely rich in Vitamin C and are completely edible to both humans and animals.They have a pleasantly tart taste and can be used to make jellies or teas.Plant them as a hedge along your house or as a single accent at the edge of patio planting bed.* Fall color*Salt and Harsh Conditions Tolerant*Can Be Used Individually Or As A Hedge.
Luscious Blooms on a Hardy ShrubOso Easy Cherry Pie is a shrub rose variety with rich color that won’t be missed in your landscape. Plant one in your rose garden, use as a foundation plant or perhaps scatter a few around the yard where you could use a splash of color from a carefree plant.Your Oso Easy Cherry Pie provides, just as the name implies, a succulent splash of cherry-red color on an easy-to-care-for plant. The show begins in early summer when the large, single blossoms appear. Each cherry-red flower opens with bright yellow stamens in late May, a captivating sight against the glossy green foliage. The gorgeous flowers blanket your Oso Easy shrub all summer and right into fall. It’s the perfect way to add reliable, prolific blooms to your yard that will do well year-after-year.Oso Easy Cherry Pie Rose will grow up to 4 feet tall with an equal spread. It’s a hardy, low maintenance rose, disease resistant and even cold tolerant. There are many shrub rose varieties available on the market today, but few rival the Oso Easy Cherry Pie Rose. It will ask little or nothing of you this year, but in return is sure to provide you with a luscious profusion of cherry pie blooms all summer long!* Disease Resistant * Cold hardy * Low maintenance * Deer resistance .
The Shrub Rose, Midnight Blue™ PP16623, ‘ Rosa sp. ‘WEKfabpur’, produces a black-velvet purple rose with a spicy clove fragrance. The blooms tend to a deeper purple and a little larger in cooler temperatures.The Midnight Blue is a compact rounded plant that is great for smaller spaces. This plant is very disease resistant. It likes moist soils but not standing water!The flower clusters are large and full of blooms and it repeats flowers all season long.Use this plant for mass plantings and mixed borders. This is a low-maintenance colorful choice for sunny areas.This plant can also be used for beds and borders, container rose, cut flower and in the garden. Remove spent blooms to encourage re-bloom.Midnight Blue is a mounding type plant. It will be as wide as it is tall. The foliage is dense and it generally dense right to the ground. This plant is not particular about soil types, pH level, or urban conditions.* Purple Flowers* Disease Resistant* Long Flowering Period* Very Fragrant.
The White Meidiland® Rose, Rosa ‘MEIcoublan’, is a hardy groundcover type rose with large 4″, double, white flowers that are produced all season long.Glossy dark foliage covers branch stems and keeps this plant looking full all season long.It does well on slopes and banks and is also disease and insect resistant. The White Meidiland rose may die back in winter, but will grow and flower from new canes.This rose has its own root. The advantage of own root roses is that once established they are very resilient. If winter’s freezing breezes kill the top growth, the rose will grow back in the spring, and the recovered rose will look the same as the one you purchased.This rose generally does not need much pruning. But if pruning is needed, do it in late winter to early spring.* Blooms all Season* Slopes and Banks Groundcover* Disease and Insect Resistant.
Months of Deep Red BloomsThe Shrub Rose Home Run®, Rosa ‘Wekcisbako’, is flame-red and nearly always in color! This rounded; bushy, fast-to-flower shrub rose hits a “Grand Slam” in the landscape.’Home Run’ is an offspring of the famous ‘Knock Out’ Rose, like its father, ‘Home Run’ Rose has a phenomenal fortitude against the dreaded black spot, and it is also completely resistant to powdery mildew.Home run has a much higher level of tolerance to downy as well and produces a richer red flower than its daddy.It is nearly always in bloom and one of the most disease free shrub roses available.Home Run needs little care. It can be trimmed to shape in the spring. This rose does not need deadheading or winter protection!This lightly fragrant compact rose can be fit into almost any garden! The dark green foliage provides a great contrast background to the vibrant flowers!This plant will look terrific in your landscape!Very Disease Resistant..
The Sir Thomas Lipton Rose, Rosa Hybrid Rugosa ‘Sir Thomas Lipton’, is a hybrid rugosa shrub rose with a vigorous, dense, upright, rounded habit.Sir Thomas Lipton features fragrant, semi-double to double, pure white flowers (to 2.5″ diameter) which bloom in June, with an intermittent repeat blooms throughout the summer.It features leathery dark green wrinkled foliage. ‘Rugosa’ means wrinkled foliage.Sir Thomas Lipton is best grown in medium moisture, slightly acidic, well-drained garden loams in full sun to part shade. Best flowering and disease resistance generally occur in full sun, however.Water deeply and regularly (mornings are best). Avoid overhead watering.Sir Thomas Lipton is an excellent plant for making a thick, impressive hedge. Its denseness creates an extraordinary screening rose!It is deer resistant.* Deer Resistant* Hedge Rose* Fragrant.
The Carefree Wonder™ Rose, Rosa ‘MEIpitac’ (PP7,783), displays free flowering roses that have double flowers of radiant hot pink with a creamy pink reverse, creating an extremely attractive show.The Carefree Wonder has bright green disease resistant foliage. It is tough, pretty, and resists disease. Many have named this rose as one of the very best shrub roses! The foliage is a lovely bright green.Carefree Wonder maintains its neat round habit even without extensive pruning.Use this plant in borders, for hedges, and mass plantings.It was a 1991 AARS Winner.* Long bloomer* Repeat bloomer* Rose hips.
Easy to Grow Hedge RoseWhite Rugosa Rose, Rosa rugosa alba, is like Rosa rugosa, but this white rose adapts to a variety of conditions, including where salt tolerance is a concern. It is useful in northern climates along roadside or driveways that are being deiced regularly with salt.Its pale blush pink buds open to highly fragrant snow-white blooms with creamy yellow stamens.In fall, the disease resistant foliage takes on shades of orange and scarlet to accompany the large orange red hips. This Rugosa develops 1 inch orange/red hips in August which last through the winter to provide food for wildlife.This rose has its own root. The advantage of own root roses is that once established they are very resilient. If winter’s freezing breezes kill the top growth, the rose will grow back in the spring, and the recovered rose will look the same as the one you purchased.It grows 3 to 6 feet, depending on how you prune and its access to full sun, but it will tolerate partial shade.White Rugosa is quite drought resistant once established. This easy to grow hedge rose is completely winter hardy.* Salt and Drought Tolerant* Fall and Winter Color* Attracts WildlifeRose Hips.
The Morden Blush Rose, Rosa ‘Morden Blush’ (PP8,054), produces pointed buds of ivory and light pink that open to sweetly fragrant ivory blooms with pink at the center.The low growing shrub has glossy foliage to frame the lovely blooms. The Morden Blush will bloom continuously from summer through fall.It will die back to the crown in Zones 3 and 4, but flowers on new growth. This rose is known to be very hardy and disease resistant.This rose is grown on its own root. The advantage of own root roses is that once established they are very resilient. If winter’s freezing breezes kill the top growth, the rose will grow back in the spring, and the recovered rose will look the same as the one you purchased.Roses need to be planted in full sun. Anything less than 6 hours of full sun will hinder blossom development. For best results, the soil must be well-drained and fertile, with adequate moisture to produce the most blossoms.Use this rose for beds and borders, in containers, or anywhere they fit in the landscape.*Blooms All Season*Hardy and Disease Resistant*Full Sun.