Hardy Rose with Months of Bright Pink Blooms The Pink Knock Out Rose is a vigorous shrub Rose with dark pink buds and medium pink, cup-shaped blossoms. Plant them as a short hedge along your driveway, or perhaps one or two near the front door for a colorful welcome to guests. Your Pink Knock Out Rose is a profuse bloomer, providing huge, double, bubble-gum pink blossoms from spring until fall. They’re perfect as a cut flower, or leave them on the shrub for a dramatic profusion of color unlike any you’ve seen before. Pink Knock Out is a 4 foot high rose with its own root. The advantage of this is that once established, they are very resilient. If winter’s freezing wind kill the top growth, the rose will grow back in the spring, looking the same as the original. Pink Knock Out Rose is disease resistant and can handle heat and drought once established. It can also thrive in humid conditions. Pink Knock Out has black spot resistance, and does not need to be deadheaded. It’s essentially a carefree shrub rose that won’t ask much of you but will provide a great deal of enjoyment each year. * Profuse bloomer * Disease resistant* Carefree.
Bubblegum Pink Blooms for Months! The Pink Knock Out Rose, Rosa ‘Radcon’ (PP15,070), is another high profile floribunda Knock Out Rose for the landscape with brilliant pink blooms from spring to fall. The Pink Knock Out 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. If unpruned, this rose can grow to more than 3 to 4 feet tall and as wide. A once a year pruning to about 12 inches above the ground in early spring is also recommended for the best performance! The Pink Knock Out Rose is drought tolerant, black spot resistant, can thrive in humid conditions, and does not need to be deadheaded. One of the most disease resistant roses on the market! It is very maintenance free and an excellent low hedge or accent rose. * Disease Resistant* Blooms All Season* Hardy.
One of the Hardiest Climbing Roses William Baffin is a hardy, climbing rose. Plant one of these brilliant beauties on the arbor in your garden, the trellis by your front door or perhaps train one into a decorative shrub for your front lawn. No matter where you use it, William Baffin is a reliable source of color for your yard. Your William Baffin will explode with hot-pink brilliance in June. The semi-double blooms burst forth on the scene in huge clusters (of up to 30 blossoms each), that blanket the vine with unprecedented color and form. The flowers continue to bloom, over-and-over again right into fall, so you’re assured of a long season of exceptional color. Your William Baffin not only excels in appearance but also in fragrance, emitting a soft, gentle scent that calls you in for a closer look. William Baffin will grow up to 10 feet. It’s fast growing, vigorous and disease resistant. The canes are quite strong, so can be left to their natural climbing nature, or pruned to create a colorful shrub. William Baffin is cold hardy as well. Some people would say that William Baffin is arguably the hardiest repeat blooming climber available (especially for northern gardeners), and that certainly seems to be the case. It can be difficult to find a climbing rose that will perform consistently, with strong color and form, and also provide hardiness and ease of care. William Baffin is certainly a rose that fulfills those requirements, and is ready to provide your home with those same attributes this year. * Spring to fall roses * Fragrant * Fast growing * Good disease resistance * Cold tolerant * Great cut flowers.
A Unique, Fragrant, Ruffled Rose The F. J. Grootendorst displays clusters of blooms with frilled edges and a spicy fragrance. These cute flowers resemble fringed carnations. It has crinkly, bright green foliage on a bushy, vigorous, upright shrub and blooms from June until frost. It will grow to about 2 1/2’ if pruned back each spring. F. J. Grootendorst is very thorny like most rugosas and is a repeat bloomer. Rugosa roses are very tolerant of harsh conditions. They can tolerate wind, poor soil and salt spray. Grootendorst grow best in fertile, moist, well-drained soil in full sun or partial shade. Provide good air circulation and remove fallen leaves to help prevent disease. Rugosas respond well to pruning so it can be kept smaller if desired. Use this plant in mixed borders, hedges, and as specimens. * Hardy* Carnation-like flowers* Salt tolerant.
Improved Knock Out with Months of Profuse Red Blooms Red Double Knock Out Rose is a prolific blooming, double-red rose. You can’t have enough of these roses in your yard! Plant some almost anywhere—along your driveway, in a perennial bed or as a short hedge along a garage or outbuilding. Anywhere these durable shrub roses grow will become eye-candy for family and friends alike. The Red Double knockout is an improvement over the original Knock Out, with beautiful double candy apple-red roses and a gentle, spicy fragrance. Your bushes will be awash in vibrant red hues from spring to fall until the flowers fade in preparation for Double Knock Out’s next show. As autumn begins, the leaves turn a soft burgundy, then fade to a reddish-orange for some spicy fall color. Red Double Knock Out Rose is ultra-adaptable. These tidy rose bushes offer everything you could want in a flowering shrub. They have outstanding resistance to black spot and downy mildew, don’t require dead-heading and are non-stop bloomers. Just feed them once a month and water them when the soil is dry three inches down. For an outstanding shrub rose that requires little or no care and provides an abundance of flowers all summer long, the Red Double Knock Out Rose is a superior choice. * Prolific bloomer* Fall color* Fragrant* Hardy.
True Groundcover is a Hummingbird Magnet! The Apricot Drift Rose, Rosa sp. ‘Meimirrot’, produces frilly, apricot blooms that cover this plant in both spring and summer. Apricot Drift Rose is a true groundcover rose with a low, spreading habit to 1-2 feet tall and spreading to 2-3 feet. You can enjoy its flowers at the beginning of spring and it will display a season-long show of color. It is just as tough and disease resistant as others in the Drift® series. Apricot Drift Rose is perfect for small gardens, hillsides, perennial beds and even awkward areas. The lovely blooms brighten up borders, fill in empty spaces, and spread delicately around your favorite established plants. * Ground Cover Rose* Disease Resistant* Attacts Hummingbirds* Dwarf Plant* Easy Care.
A Wild Look with Cultivated Benefits Wild roses are known for their hardy nature, but their flowers often can’t compare with those that have had some help from man. Nearly Wild Rose gives you the chance to have a rose variety that looks a little like a “species rose” but still has the stellar qualities of a developed one. Nearly Wild Rose offers roses that begin their bloom in May and continue right into fall. The 3-inch, single blooms feature delightfully pink, 5-petaled blossoms with yellow stamens and a deliciously, mild fragrance. The glossy dark foliage completes the stunning picture, a perfect accent to the dainty roses. Your Nearly Wild Rose is a floribunda variety of rose that will grow up to 3 feet in height with an equal spread. It has a dense, shrub-like nature and is quite hardy overall. Its long-blooming nature, disease resistance and versatility make it an outstanding choice for anything from a walkway hedge to a container planting on your front porch. Nearly Wild Rose combines the best of both worlds. It gives you a “wild” look with a cultivated nature. Plant a Nearly Wild Rose and you’ll reap the benefits of a hardy, long-producing rose with a very natural appearance. * Fragrant pink flowers* Long blooming* Easy care* Thrives in full sun .
Luscious Blooms on a Hardy Shrub Oso 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 .
Exquisite Tree Form of Popular Rose Pink Double Knock Out Rose Tree is the tree form of the popular Pink Knock Out Rose variety. Plant one of these in a decorative container for a stunning addition to your front porch or patio. You can also easily place these along a walkway for a one-of-a-kind, color sensation to greet guests. Your Pink Double Knock Out Rose Tree (just as the name implies), is sure to “knock you out” with its brilliant blooms, vivid foliage and subtle spicy scent. Just imagine this exquisite rose variety, but in an elegant tree form! Each delicate blossom shines forth in blazing red, its double bloom a sensational sight with its extensive petal count of 20. The flowers present a classic contrast against the vibrant, green foliage. As if each 1 ½-inch gorgeous flower weren’t amazing enough, your rose tree will bloom over and over to maintain its spectacular display of floral perfection from spring into fall. As autumn approaches, your Double Knock Out’s foliage transitions to shades of red for an additional touch of color in the fall landscape. The Pink Double Knock Out Rose Tree will grow about 4 to 7 feet in height. It has improved winter hardiness and is both disease and insect resistant. Double Knock Out is adaptive to a variety of soils and is even self-cleaning (so you won’t have to fuss with deadheading throughout the summer months). If you do want to snip a few lovely blossoms however, you’ll enjoy bringing them indoors to brighten your home. Roses have been beloved for generations for their exquisite color and elegant nature. Nothing says charm and sophistication quite like a rose…and few varieties can rival a rose plant in tree form. If you’ve ever debated about being able to have one of these incredible trees for your yard, now is the time. The Pink Double Knock Out Rose Tree is one of the most beautiful and hardiest varieties you’ll find. Try one today! * Brilliant flowers* Prolific, long bloom* Disease tolerant* Insect resistant* Adaptive to a variety of soils* Works well in containers.
Stunning Color in a Fast Growing Rose The Rugosa Rose is also called the Saltspray Rose is a favorite shrub rose for creating the ultimate impenetrable hedge. It has beautiful pink flowers that continually bloom from June through August and are 2 1/2 to 3 1/2 inches in size. The Rose Rugosa develops 1 inch red hips in August which last through the winter to provide food for wildlife. It is a fast growing-expanding by up to 2 feet per year and is suitable for any soil conditions. This rose is widely used in landscaping and as a hedge because if its tough disease tolerant characteristics and profuse number of thorns. It is salt-tolerant so it is useful in northern climates along roadside or driveways that are being deiced regularly with salt. * Blooms All Season* Attracts Wildlife* Salt tolerant.
Limited Quantity Antique Rose Zephirine Drouhin Rose is a vigorous climbing rose that puts on an incredible show when in full bloom! This old-fashioned classic is often in demand, but generally hard to find. One is sure to look amazing climbing your garden wall, along a fence or on a trellis by your entryway. Your Zephirine Drouhin is a remarkable climbing rose for several reasons. It’s a vigorous climber so you won’t have to fuss with it to see results. It’s also thornless, so when you do decide to work with it, you don’t have to worry about risking injury to do so. Perhaps most amazing, Zephirine Drouhin (unlike many roses), actually thrives in shade, giving you the option of growing roses where they usually wouldn’t do well. It’s even disease resistant and winter hardy! As if the Zephirine Drouhin’s remarkable qualities aren’t enough, it’s also incredibly beautiful and prolific in bloom. An abundance of 4-inch, deep-pink, semi-double flowers appear in May and continue on until frost. You’ll enjoy their sweet fragrance all summer and into fall. Foliage appears a delightful bronze and matures to a glossy, dark green hue that is thick and vibrant in appearance. Even after the foliage drops in autumn, the purplish coloring of the canes adds an attractive accent to the winter landscape. Zephirine Drouhin will grow 10-12 feet, adding height to your garden and elevating its spectacular, floral display to eye-level. It’s an absolute must-have if you’re seeking an antique, climbing rose with gorgeous pink color that’s also incredibly hardy and easy to care for. We have secured a very limited quantity of this hard-to-find, climbing rose, so don’t miss out. Order today. * Long-blooming, fragrant roses* Shade tolerant* Thornless canes* Winter hardy.
Improved Variety With Months of Blooms Rose Oso Easy™ Paprika, Rosa ‘ChewMayTime’ PP18,347, is a vastly improved variety with impeccable disease resistance that makes it oso-easy for anyone to grow! The lush foliage is glossy green and is never bothered by heat, humidity, or rain. The 2 inch flowers open reddish-orange and mature to coral-salmon with a bright sunny yellow center. Grow in medium moisture, slightly acidic, well-drained garden loams in full sun. Water deeply and regularly (mornings are best). Avoid overhead watering. It is appropriate for border fronts, cottage gardens, foundations, rose gardens or banks. Oso Easy™ Paprika blooms from early summer until frost and makes an impressive low growing hedge. These always sell out fast, buy yours today! * Disease & pest resistant* Prefers full sun* Blooms change color as they mature .
These Bi-Color Roses Will Delight All Season Sometimes it’s good to get into a little mischief! Especially when it is in as sweet a package as this little rascal. Compact and ever-blooming, the blooms start out deep pink with a white eye and fade to a rich light pink. Easy Elegance® Little Mischief rose may seem like it’s messing with you a little bit. It requires so little care for such big returns. Not a dainty rose, the hardy plant has healthy, disease resistant glossy green foliage, big blooms that keep coming all season and superior heat and cold hardiness. Modern breeding techniques have this plant a marvel for your garden. You don’t need to spend hours to get Little Mischief rose to perform like a star for you. No special requirements needed beyond a sunny place in your garden and some minimal rose care. And all of this is on healthy own root plants – no questionable grafting here! Little Mischief roses from Nature Hills will provide you a bounty of beautiful pink blooms all season long, so order yours today! * Beautiful dusty-pink blooms * Disease resistant * Easy to care for & hardy to zone 4 .
Re-Blooming, Red Rose with a Hardy Nature Navy Lady Rose, Rosa ‘AC Lady Navy’, is a perennial shrub with fantastic red flowers throughout the season. Plant one in your rock garden, or use one as an accent to your perennial bed. Anywhere you plant a Navy Lady Rose is sure to inspire awe with its brilliant red color and long-blooming nature. Your Navy Lady Rose is an easy way to possess the beauty and elegance of velvety, red roses for your own home throughout the summer. This hardy shrub rose begins its show in early summer with bright red roses against dark green foliage. The large, semi-double roses repeat their bloom sporadically throughout the season, transitioning to a darker red (for the roses that appear later in the summer). As if classic beauty wasn’t enough, your Navy Lady even emits a light fragrance for an additional enchanting flair. Navy Lady Rose is a deciduous shrub growing up to 3 feet in height with an equal spread. It has an upright form and rounded nature. Navy Lady is disease resistant, cold tolerant and generally easy to care for. Navy Lady Rose (as its name implies), honors the women of the Canadian Navy. It was used to celebrate the Canadian Naval Centennial in 2010, and continues to be a beloved rose today. Plant a Navy Lady today and you’ll soon see why this rose has such an honored status among roses. * Re-blooming * Amazing fragrance * Cold tolerant * Great cut flowers.
Tough fragrant rose will cast a spell on your garden! This rose is sure to cast a spell on you. You see, Ruby Voodoo (Rosa ‘Ruby Voodoo’) has a secret. Not only is it an enticing color that will draw you in from across the garden, but once you start to get close the intoxicating scent will make your heart skip a beat. To start, Ruby Voodoo has a difficult-to-capture-in-a-picture color. It is a wonderful purple/pink/magenta shade that gets richer the longer you look at it. It is shaped like an old English rose but has the modern health and vigor of a landscape shrub. As striking as the color is, though, it is the powerful fragrance that makes Ruby Voodoo memorable and the star of your garden. The scent is an extremely rich, sweet traditional rose fragrance, the type that perfumers and candle makers try desperately to capture in a bottle or in wax, but are never quite able to do. You just need to pick a small bouquet of the roses from your garden and bring them in to your table to perfume your entire room! Ruby Voodoo doesn’t just have big color and big scent. It has a big form. Growing 4-6 feet tall and wide, it commands attention in a sunny spot in your garden. After a big flush of blooms in early summer, it will treat you with sporadic blushes all summer long and into the fall. Ruby Voodoo looks great with soft grasses and evergreens. Try it as a backdrop for perennial daylilies or classic lavender. Whatever you do, don’t miss the magic! Order yours today. * Fast growing * Strong old rose scent * Unique color .