Heirloom Roses™

Roses that are bred at Heirloom Roses are commonly described as being "effortless" by those who have experienced the ease and joy of growing our roses. Heirloom Roses was created by John Clements for both the novice and expert alike. With lush, healthy blooms and rich aromatic bouquets, John's goal was to create a wide range of quality shrub roses. They are wonderful cut roses and are perfect for the cooler months in most climates.

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  • The Magician™

    As though right before your eyes, this beautiful new 5" bloom (petals 10-12) will begin with brilliant yellow buds and bursts with a multitude of colors ranging from yellow, orange, pink and red with all colors appearing on the continual blooming bush at the same time as if by 'magic'. Learn More
  • The King's Rubies™

    Ruby red, old fashioned 2" blooms cover this striking climbing rambler. Growing to around 15' tall, this once-bloomer will give you an amazing showing in the spring/summer months, lasting for several weeks on the stem. Petal count 40 and good for zones 6-10. Learn More
  • The Impressionist™

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    Fully double 4" blooms having 100 petals. The rich, dark, green foliage with a slight blue cast provides a perfect blending of hues. Its ancestral color palette includes lavender, scarlet crimson, buff and orange, tan to brown, yellow, pink, white, cream. Apricot, salmon, creamy pink, peach, coral, several shades of pink, orange red and gold. Makes a good cut flower. Learn More
  • Sunrise At Heirloom™

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    Bright fiery orange superbly ruffled 3" blooms (petals 15+) that have drawn much attention in our gardens. Profuse blooming. A continual blooming bushy shrub rose with shiny green leaves. One thing this rose doesn't have is fragrance. Learn More
  • Safari™

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    Deeply cupped, old-fashioned blooms with the coloring of an African sunset that will be a definite attraction in your garden. Soft coppery-bronze shading to rich coral toward the outer edge of the blooms which are produced in great abundance on a compact, bushy plant. Safari is part of our Easy PZ collection. 3-4" bloom and 35+ petals. Learn More
  • Ruth Clements

    I have watched this rose for several years in our Riverside Garden and decided to name it for my mother. The large flowers are fragrant, fully double, English-style. Their color is a lovely blending of coral-pink and soft-pink. The two shades are very complementary to each other. A very bushy plant with rich matte-green foliage. Always loaded with blooms. Learn More
  • Robert Clements™

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    Dedicated to John's Uncle Robert Clements, with whom John shared a mutual love of roses for more than 40 years. Long pointed buds open to classically shaped 4" blooms (petals 20+), that have an artistic feel to their color. Rich deep apricot-blush, over-layed with orange-red almost coppery toward the edge of the petals. The striking blooms are produced in good numbers on a wall foliaged continually blooming shrub, with rich bright-green, glossy leaves. Learn More
  • Rebecca Louise™

    Named for a shy, quiet granddaughter who displays stunning grace and beauty when performing ballet on stage. A shrub rose of graceful beauty whose lovely semi-double 3" blooms (petals 25) are a soft candy pink and open to show a large center of golden stamens. The flowers are borne consistently in clusters of 6 on an upright, well-foliaged continually blooming plant, whose leaves start out bronze and age to shiny, leathery, deep green on wine colored stems. Rebecca Louise is part of our Easy PZ collection. Learn More

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