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Growing Zones:

Roses are the most popular plant in the world. The well-known shrubs (or sometimes groundcovers and climbing vines) are grown in almost every growing zone for their long lasting fragrant flowers. Perfect for any space, you can't go wrong with adding these to your garden.

Why Buy Rose Bushes Online

Roses are a woody perennial consisting of mostly shrubs and sometimes climbing vines. The genus is called Rosa. The famous plants produce very fragrant flowers in several different colors and shapes. The branches are often armed with thorns. Most people grow these ornamental plants for their flowers which provide beauty in gardens or in cut flower arrangements. Most are native to Asia, with some native to Europe, North America, and Africa.

We offer varieties that are winter and summer hardy in growing zones 3 - 11, which is most of the United States. So no matter where you live, we probably have a rose that will grow in your area. Roses are one of the most popular plants grown in North America and for good reason. Gardeners can grow the bushes in planters, in mass planting or foundational plantings, or creating a border with some natural built in security.

  • Beautiful flowers in multiple shapes & sizes
  • Very fragrant flowers
  • Branches have thorns
  • Growing zones 3 to 11

Rose Bush Companion Plants

Roses are popular shrubs for their beautiful long lasting and fragrant flowers. Most gardeners would like to grow other shrubs, perennials and annuals along with roses though. Some of our favorite plants to grow with roses are pinks (dianthus), salvia, snapdragons, lantana, and calibrachoa. Boxwoods and holly shrubs also are great foundation plants to grow next to roses. Whatever you choose to grow, be sure to provide enough air circulation between plants and enough space for their roots to grow.