Roses

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

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  • Ain't Misbehavin

    Dark red. Medium, bushy, spreading, well-branched. Small, semi-glossy, medium green foliage. Petal 5 Learn More
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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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  • All A 'Twitter™

    Loads of shiny bright orange blooms sparkle against the deep glossy green foliage. Likes the cooler weather to bring out the best flower form and color. Petal 15 - 20 Learn More
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  • Amber Queen®

    Shades of apricot and amber, fully double, cupped, ruffled blooms mix well in the front of the landscape and with other perennials. Large, lush, dark green leaves form a healthy background for roses that bloom singly and in clusters. Bloom 4", Petals 40 Learn More
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  • Amber Star

    This sport of 'Glowing Amber' produces hybrid tea shaped miniature rose blooms whose coloring is amber orange with a rich gold reverse. An upright plant with wonderful dark green foliage. Learn More
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  • Baby Girl

    A rose of great delicate charm that produces a profusion of lovely sweet scented small single blooms. Its unique color is that of sweet butter yellow shading to a striking bronzy-copper color toward the outer rim of the petals. Bred from 'Baby Love' with many of its great attributes adding unique coloring. Its shiny leathery foliage is rich dark-green making it an ideal background for eye-catching blooms. Learn More
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  • Beauty Secret

    Red, fruity high-centered bloom form with medium green foliage. Petal 17-25, Bloom 1" Learn More
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  • Bee's Knees™

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    A rare and yet outstanding miniature rose. One of America's top rose exhibitors, Peter Alonzo chose 'Bee's Knees' as his favorite miniature rose. Learn More
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  • Bernstein-Rose

    Deep orange-yellow blooms with a slight spice fragrance having an old fashioned form are produced in clusters on a thorny bush having glossy green foliage. Good for cutting and pots. Learn More
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  • Busy Bee™

    This is a prolific bloomer, the color can vary depending on the climate, temperature, and the age of the bloom. Petals are coral-orange on the outer rows with the inner row becoming golden yellow set off by rich green foliage. The center appears to glow. This is a great landscape rose. There is a slight fragrance. Zone 5-10. Learn More
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  • Cal Poly™

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    About the brightest yellow of all miniature roses. Long lasting blooms grown in pots or garden for exhibition. Learn More
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  • Centre Stage

    Light pink small, single bloom form. Can be used for ground cover. Petal 5-11 Learn More
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  • Charmglo

    Very good exhibition form. Good in hanging basket Learn More
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  • Child's Play™

    Very large, double (17-25 petals), in small clusters, high-centered to flat, reflexed bloom form. Continuous (perpetual) bloom throughout the season. Medium, long sepals, pointed, ovoid buds. Medium, semi-glossy, dense foliage. Learn More
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  • Chuckles

    Paired with a white eye the distinctive rose-pink petals of this rose literally seem to glow as the clusters of large single flowers cover the plant in a memorable season-long performance. Outstanding for mass planting. Learn More
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  • Crimson Floorshow

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    Bright, crimson red, double 2 1/2" blooms that open to show rich golden centers. Produced in good numbers on a continual blooming mounding and spreading plant with rich, leathery dark-green foliage. Ideal for the landscape and garden. Learn More
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  • Ethel Orr

    This high-centered, red bloom is lightly fragrant. Petal count 35 Learn More
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  • Fire Meidiland®

    Large clusters of deep, velvety red, 2 1/2" double blooms (petals 30+) which are produced in great abundance on a continual blooming low growing, extremely disease resistant plant with lustrous, deep olive green foliage. Don't deadhead to see a beautiful hip display in the fall. Great for mass plantings. Learn More
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  • Francine Austin®

    This is a spray-flowered English Rose; the result of crossing an old Noisette Rose with an English Rose. It holds its small, pure white, pompon-like flowers on wiry stems in airy sprays, providing a magnificent effect throughout the flowering season. It has pale green leaves with long, narrow, widely-spaced leaflets. If only lightly pruned, it will form a large shrub, it does not like to be pruned hard. Planted close to a wall, it can be encouraged to make a very good short climber. Sweetly scented with a mixture of Old Rose and Musk. This variety is named after Francine Austin, the wife of David Austin, Jr. Learn More
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