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Roses

Learn about roses

Learn About Roses

Click here to learn about the various types of roses, how to care for them, and which ones will grow best in your region.

Shrub roses

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Shrub Roses are easy to grow, attract birds and are typically used in containers, beds and borders, and slopes. Best suitable for growth in zones 3 – 10.

Climbing roses

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Climbing Roses are easy to grow, deer resistant, attract birds and are typically used in containers, beds and borders, slopes and for privacy. Best suitable for growth in zones 4 – 11.

Hybrid tea roses

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Hybrid Tea Roses are easy to grow and are typically used in containers and beds and borders. Best suitable for growth in zones 5 – 9.

Floribunda roses

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Grandiflora roses

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Grandiflora Roses are disease-resistant and are typically used in containers and beds and borders. Best suitable for growth in zones 4 – 9.

Caring for roses

Pruning a Hybrid Tea or Shrub Rose

Keeping Roses Healthy
Grandiflora Roses are disease-resistant and are typically used in containers and beds and borders. Best suitable for growth in zones 4 – 9.
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Planting a Bare Root Rose
Bare Root Roses are in a winter-dormant resting state during early spring and are less likely to experience transplant shock when you plant them, allowing them to be planted a month or two before your region’s last frost date. 
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Pruning a Hybrid Tea or Shrub Rose
Hybrid Tea and most Shrub Roses need a good pruning to make sure they’ll grow to be attractive and healthy. Pruning promotes new growth by allowing air and light to filter into the bush.
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