Bare Root Roses

The winter planting season usually begins in October and our bare root roses can be ordered for delivery between November and April. Naturally dormant during the winter months, we refer to roses in this s... Read more

The winter planting season usually begins in October and our bare root roses can be ordered for delivery between November and April. Naturally dormant during the winter months, we refer to roses in this state as bare root roses. As well as being the traditional way of planting roses, bare roots are more economic than potted roses and surprisingly easier to handle. They will establish quickly in the garden and, unlike other plants, will flower into a beautiful, fragrant display in their first year. Read less

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