Roses

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

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  • Candy Cane Cocktail™

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    This floribunda Candy Cane Cocktail™ displays bi-colored blooms of white suffused with deep pink to red edges. It has superior disease resistance for the type. This rose inherits its exceptional traits for rebloom and disease resistance from its breeding background which includes The Knock Out® Family of Roses. Learn More
  • Sultry Sangria™

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    Get whisked away with Sultry Sangria! A unique, mauve-colored Floribunda that may change color to deep pink in cooler conditions. Delicate ruffles are produced in clusters with a moderate sweet rose fragrance. Learn More
  • Smokin’ Hot™

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    Young foliage of this vigorous, uniform plant emerges burgundy and glossy, maturing to a deep lustrous green with hints of red burning at the edges. Fiery-red blooms with a white reverse and deep smoky overtones radiate hot summer color. This one will delight you! Learn More
  • Raspberry Cream Twirl

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    This rose is the first striped climber with classic, exhibition-type blooms. The large, very full, cuplike blooms offer a deep pink with white stripes and emit a light apple fragrance. This robust plant grows to be 10-12’ tall and 4-5’ wide and has medium, glossy, dark green foliage that is dense and leathery. Its excellent resistance to diseases makes this a wonderful climber that can perform well all over the country. On top of it all, it is almost thornless, making it the perfect rose for cutting, gardens, pillars or high foot-traffic areas. Learn More
  • Anna's Promise

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    Anna’s Promise was named after Downton Abby’s head housemaid, Anna Bates, and shows off unique, golden tan blooms with a pink blush and copper reverse. It gives off a delicious grapefruit and apple scent and displays deep, glossy green foliage against an upright bush. It’s very disease-resistant and blooms prolifically throughout the season. This is a great cut rose with strong blossom stems, perfect for bouquets. Height 5-6’ Width 4’ Petal count 35 Learn More
  • Tangerine Streams™

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    These roses display a unique blend of orange colors that grow on an ornamental, bushy form despite its compact size. They are well suited for small gardens or along walkways and do well on the west coast. If the gardener pays special attention to disease control, they can also perform on the east coast. Medium, double (17-25) petals are displayed in small clusters and grow against semi-glossy foliage all summer long. While this rose doesn't provide fragrance, it will impress you with its abundance of flowers and spectacular blend of apricot-salmon hues accented with shades of yellow and orange. Learn More
  • Ketchup & Mustard™

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    A fun rose that lives up to its name with red petals with a deep yellow reverse. Average diameter 3.25". Medium-large, double (17-25 petals), cluster-flowered. Blooms in flushes throughout the season. Learn More
  • Diamond Eyes

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    Dark purple, white center, lighter reverse large, full, cluster-flowered, in small clusters bloom form. Short, bushy, compact. Small, glossy, dark green foliage. Can be used for beds and borders, container rose, cut flower or garden. Petal 26-40, Bloom 1.25" Learn More
  • Yabba Dabba Doo

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    A compact yet vigorous plant with large clusters of flowers that nearly cover any sign of bright green leaves. Hundreds of pointy buds open into huge hydrangea-like heads of warm orange pink with 'eyes' of yellow. Learn More
  • Bull's Eye™

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    The cranberry eye zone set at the base of each creamy white petal might remind you of 'Rose of Sharon' and it keeps that novel marking until the flower finishes. This bushy plant has superb black spot resistance. Better habit and bloom capacity in colder climates. Learn More

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