Roses

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

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  • Alfred de Dalmas

    Repeat blooming bush with semi-double blooms of soft pink which fade to a cream at times blushed pink. Very fragrant. Learn More
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  • Amélia

    A once blooming Alba rose that has lovely, large, soft, warm pink, semi-double flowers that open to show rich golden centers, exude a wonderful, strong perfume. It is shorter than most albas making it a great one for including in small gardens. Learn More
  • Amsterdam®

    Amsterdam is a city of canals, wooden shoes and liberal thinking. But even the red light district doesn't shine as bright as this floribunda rose! This colorful floribunda produces huge clusters of vivid deep orange-red blossoms and won the Gold Medal of The Hague when it was introduced in 1972. 'Amsterdam' is a good, healthy rose for the garden and for cutting, but it will get mildew in areas that are prone to this disease. Other than that, it's an extremely hardy rose that has an AARS winner, 'Europeana' as it's seed parent. It has been very popular in Europe for many years. 12 petals Learn More
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  • Angel Face

    Clusters of extra rich, deep-lavender semi-double ruffled blooms with a ruby blushed edge are blessed with just about the most wonderful and intense perfume in a Floribunda. Rich, dark-green foliage on a spreading plant provides a wonderful backdrop for this favorite continual blooming rose. It is better suited for warmer climates, where it will bring out a lot more blue/lavender color as it needs a lot of sun to bring out the color tone to its fullest. Bloom size 3 1/2" with 25-30 petals. Learn More
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  • Ann Hooper™

    White, pink edges,cluster-flowered bloom form. Medium, bushy, upright. Medium, glossy, dark green foliage. Bloom 1.5", Petals 9-16 Learn More
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  • Anneke Doorenbos

    A pink blend semi-double bloom with dark green foliage. Learn More
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  • Apothecary's Rose

    Large, semi-double 3-4" blooms (petals 12-18) of light red, opening to show a golden center, produced profusely on a nicely formed once blooming plant with grey-green foliage. Fragrant and shade tolerant. One of the antiquities of Rosedom. Used for medicinal purposes in Medieval times. Learn More
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  • Bedazzler

    Medium-sized, mysterious deep velvety red, nearly semi-double blooms that open to show gorgeous golden centers almost cover this wonderfully rounded, spreading bush that forms a mound and is densely foliaged with dark-green leaves. A real standout in the garden. A truly outstanding rose. Learn More
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  • Birthday Girl

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    The large, eye-catching semi-double blooms are a beautiful blend of creamy-white and cherry red. The blooms have a ruffled appearance. This shrub rose grows in an attractive mounded shape, wider than it is tall and the wonderful flowers are set off by a background of rich, deep-green leathery foliage. 'Birthday Girl' has earned more Gold Medals than any rose that I know of. Gold Medal at Bagatelle, Gold Medal at Monza, Gold Medal at Rome, Gold Medal at Saverne, Gold Medal at Baden-Baden. Outstanding. Continuous bloom on a very disease resistant plant. Learn More
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  • Black Ice

    The 3" blooms are semi-double, nearly black in cool weather and dark red, edged black in the heat of summer. They are produced in good numbers on a spreading plant with glossy, dark-green foliage. Learn More
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  • Blaze

    One of the finest and most popular red climbers. Bright scarlet, 3" semi-double, cupped blooms produced in clusters with a light fragrance set against dark green foliage. A continual bloomer. Learn More
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  • Blue Parade

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    Short bushy miniature rose with glossy foliage. Learn More
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  • Blue Peter

    Semi-double, lavender mauve (not a true blue) blooms are generously produced on a compact bushy plant with shiny leaves. Smallish flowers grow in clusters almost continually. Great for containers and walkways. Bloom 1/2-1", Petals 20+ Learn More
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  • Blueberry Hill

    This rose has continually drawn favorable comments from visitors to our gardens. The large 4" semi-double blooms are of a beautiful shade of clear unfading lilac-lavender with a slight apple, rose fragrance that open to show striking golden centers on a continuous blooming bush. 12-14 petals. Learn More
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  • Blush Hip

    One of the earliest blooming of the old garden roses. This very rare, old alba from 1840 is very vigorous and has classically shaped 3-4" blooms of light pink. Upright and arching growth, once blooming and hardy. Learn More
  • Blush Rambler

    Semi-double, blush pink cupped blooms that perform well and bloom in very large cluster form. If you enjoy clusters, this is the rambler for you. Growing to an astonishing 10-20' in height, this once-bloomer brings interest to the garden or yard, but will need plenty of space at least 10', to do so. Good for zones 6-9. Learn More
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  • Blushing Knock Out®

    Just like its parent, this shrub never stops performing. The light color changes nicely into a shell pink as the 2 1/2" bloom (petals 7-10) ages. Learn More
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  • Boomerang

    Attractive double blooms of scarlet with a white reverse are borne in clusters. A bushy plant with mid green foliage. An Award of Excellence winner. Learn More
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  • Boy O Boy

    A modern shrub which produces repeat-flowering, small, bright red blooms. Flowers throughout summer and fall. Foliage is narrow and bright green. Learn More
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  • Bridge Of Sighs™

    An array of flowers appears early in the season, soon to be followed by more, as the rose shows off its ability for rapid repeat blooming. The semi-double blooms having a fruity fragrance open prettily and neatly to reveal their color, the petals drop cleanly, clearing the way for subsequent blooms. The sheer quality of the flowers is a great pleasure to behold. As a climbing rose it will grow to 10 feet or taller covering a structure with an abundance of healthy foliage and pretty flowers". It also has very pliable canes to make training an ease. Learn More
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