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Hardiness Zone

Find roses that will thrive in your landscape. Figure out how cold it gets where you will plant them,
then shop in your hardiness zone. These zones are based on the average lowest winter temperatures in your area.

To make things easy, your local Home Depot Store takes extra care
to ensure the rose bushes they carry will live in your area

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Spruce Up Your Garden with Rose Bushes

When it comes to expressions of love and beauty, it’s hard to go wrong with rose plants. Timeless and elegant, rose bushes and flower bushes anchor and accent your landscape with character. Surround yourself with the scent of fresh rose bushes and flower bushes in your very own garden of rose plants.

Choosing the Right Rose Bushes, Rose Plants & Flower Bushes
From climbing rose bushes and flower bushes to knock out roses and floribunda roses, you’ll find what you’re looking for at The Home Depot.

If you’re ready to add some classic color to your yard with climbing rose bushes or flower bushes, but unsure which varieties match your needs, we can help. Consider how much yard space you can dedicate to letting your climbing rose bushes grow and how much time you’re able to spend nurturing your garden.

Climbing rose bushes can rise anywhere from eight to 20 feet on arbors, fences, trellises and larger mailboxes. As climbing rose bushes continue to grow, be sure to monitor their progress and use rose ties to stabilize new growth and point the climbing in the preferred direction.

Hybrid tea roses grow tall with minimum foliage and have single blooms on each long stem. Hybrid tea roses are usually the type of roses you see in arrangements and can be kept alive in vases for several days after they’re cut.

Knock out roses are among the most popular variety of rose bushes. Knock out roses are easy to grow and disease resistant. Knock out roses are also a favorite of florists.

In addition to knock out roses, we carry several other options and colors of rose bushes and rose shrubs, including red rose bushes, grandiflora roses, white rose bushes, pink rose bushes and purple rose bushes.

Let Us Show You
If you’re not sure where to begin with your rose bushes and rose plants, our How-To Guides can help point you in the right direction. We can also give you planting and maintenance tips for your rose plants and show you how to prune your rose bushes.

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