Roses are America’s favorite flower. Whether they are a vase full of long-stemmed red roses for Valentine’s Day or rambling over an arbor in Grandma’s backyard, we love roses.
Check the Rose Catalog to see many of the varieties we carry. Because of fluctuating availability from our suppliers, not every variety will be in stock all season long.
Although roses have a reputation for being difficult, high maintenance plants, you can grow roses in your yard with only a modest amount of effort. Choosing the right variety of rose can eliminate much of the work. Select cold-hardy, disease resistant varieties and plant them in the right location. Roses need sun, good soil, fertilizer and generous watering.
Roses need a minimum of 6-8 hours of sunlight a day. In our hot, desert climate roses benefit from some shade in the afternoon if possible. If you can’t provide them with part shade, full sun is fine as long as they are well watered.