About Heirloom Roses
A FAMILY PASSION FOR ROSES
As a family-owned business, we understand the value of history and tradition. That is why we are passionate about hand cutting and propagating each rose to preserve unique and rare roses and honor the art of growing them on their own roots.
Our love of roses is deeply rooted in our knowledge that gardens go beyond just physical beauty. It provides a place of solace or social gatherings, where peace and beauty can be enjoyed to refresh a soul.
We are excited to share our passion with you and look forward to helping you build the garden of your dreams.
Read Ben Hanna's letter to find out more about the Heirloom Roses family, history, and vision.
FRIENDLY AND KNOWLEDGEABLE STAFF
We care for our customers like we care for our roses by providing one-on-one attention and guidance throughout the entire blooming process. Every member of our team is whole-heartedly committed to a level of excellence that keeps us improving our methods, service and products.
Our knowledgeable experts provide personalized advice to ensure you receive the information you need for your specific climate and season. Please give us a call at 800-820-0465 or send us an email if you need advice on picking the right rose, planting, pruning or placing your next order.
We are here year round to help you create your place of sanctuary and retreat.
OUR COMMITMENT TO QUALITY
Own Root Roses
All roses shipped and sold from Heirloom Roses are grown on their own roots. Own root roses provide more profuse blooms, are more winter hardy, disease resistant, and there is no graft to contend with. Our commitment to quality ensures that you'll always know what to expect when you order from us.
Own Root Roses Provide the Following:
More disease resistant
True to Type
More Winter Hardy
No Root Stock Suckers
Heirloom Roses has been a leader in bringing virus problems to the attention of the public and industry. Virus-free roses are healthier, more winter hardy, produce up to 20% more blooms and are more disease resistant.
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