Roses

Heirloom Roses offers a wide range of beautiful, own-root, virus-free rose plants for your garden.

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  • Alba Meidiland®

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    Profuse large clusters of very double pure white blooms that drop their old petals so that no deadheading is necessary. The spreading plant is covered in dark, glossy foliage that shows off the pure white blooms to perfection. Petals 40+, Bloom 1 1/2" Learn More
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  • Antique

    A continual blooming, beautiful rose with many petaled 4 1/2" blooms of pink shading to cream. A vigorous, upright, narrow bush with dark-green foliage that is ideal for a free-standing pillar or makes a great show pegged. 50+ petals. Learn More
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  • Apricot Twist™

    Beautifully formed, fully double blooms of delicate apricot-amber. The fragrant flowers are produced on a vigorous bushy plant. Hardy zones 5-10. Learn More
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  • Baron Girod de L'Ain

    Strong fragrance with this repeat blooming rose. Can bloom in either full sun or partial shade, as it is shade tolerant. Prefers cooler regions. Large, full blooms with 26-40 petals and good from zones 6-10. Additional photos of ‘Baron Girod de L'Ain' are available on HelpMeFind Learn More
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  • Baronne Prévost

    Magnificent, very fragrant, voluptuous, fully double 4" blooms (petals 40+) of elegant, deep rose-pink. The flowers open flat and are quartered with a button eye. An upright, vigorous, well-foliaged bush. Most outstanding. Excellent for exhibition. Learn More
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  • Belle Story®™

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    Beautiful, 4", unusual, semi-double peony-style flowers produced in sprays of soft pink with reflexed petals showing a golden yellow center. A continual heavy bloomer. Very fragrant. A nice plant, both vigorous and healthy. Learn More
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  • Beverly™

    This rose will stop you in your tracks and make you fall in love with its perfect light pink color and its over-the-top and exceptional fragrance. The citrus, fruity fragrance has been compared to the smell of oranges, peaches, pears and plums. Very full blooms with up to 45 petals are borne mostly solitary and have a high-centered bloom form. They grow on a tall (up to 32” tall and 20” wide), bushy and upright plant with healthy, dark green foliage. While the rose may look a gentle soul, it’s tough when it comes to fighting diseases – it offer good resistance to blackspot and mildew. There’s a reason why this rose has won so many medals around the world. Learn More
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  • Bonica™®

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    Large clusters of 2 1/2" soft candy-pink, fully double blooms are produced on arching canes covered with mid-green foliage. A lovely continual blooming shrub rose perfect for mass planting, hedges or specimen planting. Light tip pruning in the spring. Bright orange hips in the fall. The first shrub rose to win the All-American Award winner. Learn More
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  • Brother Cadfael®

    The double,deeply cupped light pink flowers are among the largest of any Austin rose and make wonderful arrangements. The strong fragrance marks this as one of the best. Named for a character in the popular English murder mystery series once shown on PBS stations. If you love very large fragrant rose blooms 'Brother Cadfael' is the rose for you. The giant truly globular, peony-shaped blooms are soft pink with darker pink centers. They are produced on a sturdy, bushy plant with flowers and leaves in proportion. In the heat of summer the blooms may be somewhat smaller. Learn More
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  • Carris

    A medium red Hybrid Tea with moderate spice fragrance. Lovely blooms for 4" with 41+ petals. Deep green foliage add a nice contrast. You will be pleased with long lasting cuttings. Learn More
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  • Charles Darwin®

    Strong and delicious fragrance which varies between a soft floral tea and almost pure lemon according to weather conditions. David Austin states the blooms of 'Charles Darwin' are some of the largest to be found in the English Roses. The flowers are very full and rounded at first then open to a shallow cup. They are a lovely shade of rich yellow - almost Old Gold - sometimes with lemony or sandy tints. It makes a most attractive, bushy and eye catching shrub that is very healthy and would be ideal towards the front of a mixed border. Learn More
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  • Chinatown®

    Making a comeback after many years is this popular continual blooming shrub rose. Deep yellow 4" blooms that often turn slightly red on the petal edges is fully double and full of fragrance. Will grow as a short climber if supported. Learn More
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  • Cloud 10™

    Cloud 10 is a vigorous hybrid climber that blooms heavily in the spring and continually blooms throughout the season. Its pure white, very full blooms (50-60 petals) are stunning, similar to English roses and are accompanied by exceptionally clean foliage. The cupped blooms are 2.25” in diameter on average and are borne mostly solitary in small clusters. On top of that, they are a gift to gardeners who struggle with diseases in their garden as they are fully resistant to blackspot and almost immune to rust and mildew. The plant grows to be 7-8’ tall. This rose does great everywhere, especially in the south and all areas troubled with black spot. Learn More
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  • Coretta Scott King

    The long, pointed buds open to large, full, cluster-flower blooms that have a creamy white center and a coral-orange edge. With a moderate fragrance, it produces 25 to 30 petals on blooms that are 4” in diameter on average. They grow in small clusters and have a cupped bloom form. This rose blooms continually on a medium, bushy, upright plant with dark green foliage. They grow to be between 3 to 5 feet, making it easy for people to see its punch of color. It and can be used for beds and borders, and grown in containers. It is very resistant to diseases, too. Learn More
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  • Créme de la Créme

    From Douglas Gandy of England we bring you this wonderful continual blooming climbing rose with an old-fashioned look. Quoting Keith Jones of England from his catalog "the name says it all, large scented cream 4" blooms (petals 35) produced in profusion; growth is vigorous, the stems being clothed in large deep green leaves. Learn More
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  • Crimson Sky

    Bright red vermilion. Fire engine red. Mild, apple fragrance. 38 petals. Average diameter 4.25". Large, full (26-40 petals), cluster-flowered, in small clusters, old-fashioned bloom form. Blooms in flushes throughout the season. Learn More
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  • Dove®

    A smaller plant that produces beautiful pointed buds that open into very fragrant old-fashioned 3" rosettes of white, and at times blushed pale pink. Petals 30+ Learn More
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  • Dusty Red

    Dark red blooms with a slight brown cast. Medium, borne mostly solitary, exhibition, full bloom form. Height 2-3', Width 2', Petals 26-40, Bloom 1.25", Repeat Blooming, Zone 5-10 Learn More
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  • Ebb Tide™

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    Dusky deep purple buds with a swirling center open into very double, old fashioned 3 1/2" flowers (petals 35+) that settle to a haze of sultry smoke. So intensely clove scented that you could lose your balance while enjoying it. Repeat bloomer. Learn More
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  • Elvis

    Petal count 65, Bloom 1" Learn More
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