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.
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.
The Redleaf Rose, Rosa glauca, is a shrub rose which produces clear pink, fragrant flowers in June followed by long lasting bright red hips.The reddish-violet stems and beautifully colored foliage, purple in sunny locations, gray green with mauve in shady areas.The foliage has a reddish tint to it throughout the summer and then it turns even redder in the fall! Redleaf produces many bright red hips after blooming, becoming attractive throughout the fall and winter.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.Use this rose for fall and winter interest, as a specimen, accent shrub, or a flowering hedge.*Reddish Foliage in Summer, Deeper in the Fall*Very hardy*Disease Resistant! .
Impressive Antique Rose with Outstanding FeaturesBlanc Double de Coubert is an antique rose variety with large flowers. Plant a few for an elegant hedge along your house, a few in your rose garden, or even just one as a focal point in your perennial bed.Your Blanc Double de Coubert is a marvel of nature, with flowers and foliage of exceptional beauty. Each impressive, 3 to 5-inch blossom is semi-double with a refined, pristine-white hue. The roses are reliable repeat bloomers, sure to continue their impressive show in your yard all summer long and even up until the first frost. The prolific flowers emit a strong fragrance of rose (with a hint of licorice), that Blanc Double de Coubert is renowned for. Even the dark green foliage has an added ornamental twist to it, with each leaf featuring a lovely, textured appearance. When the roses have completed their show, the blossoms transform into bright orange rose hips, an additional splash of color for your winter landscape.Blanc Double de Coubert is a hybrid, rugosa rose that will grow up to 7 feet in height with a 5-foot spread. It’s naturally disease resistant, overall hardy and even has some shade tolerance. The flowers work well cut for vases or dried for crafts. The hips are even useful for jams and decorative purposes.There aren’t enough words to describe the beauty and value of this remarkable rose. Blanc Double de Coubert is a one-of-a-kind rose plant that has continued to grow in popularity since it was introduced over 100 years ago. It simply seems too good to be true that one rose bush could offer so much! Try one this summer and you’ll see why Blanc Double de Coubert has long been beloved by rose gardeners everywhere. * Long blooming* Fragrant* Disease resistant* Good cut flower* Urban tolerant* Some shade tolerance* Fall and winter interest* Works well as dried flower for craftsRose Hips.
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.
A Wild Look with Cultivated BenefitsWild 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 .
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.
A Unique, Fragrant, Ruffled RoseThe 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 Variety With Months of BloomsRose 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 .
Rosa Hybrids Oso Easy ‘Peachy Cream’, Rosa Hybrids Oso Easy ‘Peachy Cream’ PP#15,982, is a lovely new shrub variety from Proven Winners® that delivers clouds of blooms from late spring until frost!The large, double flowers open peach colored with a light lemon-yellow center and then matures to pastel cream.Oso Easy™ ‘Peachy Cream’ exhibits the same wonderful attributes as the rest of the series including; dark, glossy green foliage, self-cleaning flowers, and excellent disease resistance.Honey Bun does not need pruning or spraying, or deadheading! Grow in medium moisture, slightly acidic, well-drained garden loams in full sun. Avoid overhead watering but water deeply and regularly (mornings are best).It is appropriate for border fronts, cottage gardens, foundations, rose gardens or banks. * No Deadheading* Blooms All Season* Disease Resistant.