Winter Hardy Roses

Heirloom Roses offers a large selection of winter hardy roses, giving rose enthusiasts the ability to select color, fragrance, height of the shrub, and zone preference. These varieties are typically resilient in extreme climates and are drought tolerant and highly disease resistant. Most are continually blooming and require very low maintenance, perfect for the novice gardener.

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  • Alexander Mackenzie

    Cupped blooms open from deep raspberry-red buds held in sprays of six to twelve above newly emerged leaves richly tinted with red. As the disease resistant foliage matures, it takes on a dark green sheen that provides the perfect backdrop for deep red blooms and the aroma of raspberries. A very double 3" bloom, with 45 petals. Learn More
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  • Bright Melody

    The bright ruby red blooms come both independently and in clusters of up to 25. The blooms have a sweet fragrance and are produced on an upright continual blooming, bushy plant with leathery, dark, olive green foliage. Winter hardy in Iowa with protection. Learn More
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  • Country Dancer

    Rose-red buds open into a rich pink-coral, semi-double 4" blooms that are borne in profusion on strong stems in small clusters. Nicely perfumed with a raspberry/fruity scent. A bushy continual blooming plant with dark green foliage. Winter hardy in Iowa without protection. 25 petals. Learn More
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  • El Catala

    Dark red and silver pink buds open slowly into cupped double 4 1/2" blooms (petals 24) of crimson and silver. The flowers appear one at a time and in clusters of up to 8 on a continually blooming bush and are sweetly fragrant. Winter hardy in Iowa without protection. Learn More
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  • F. J. Grootendorst

    A Hybrid Rugosa of a different ilk, the blooms of which resemble small, red carnations with fringed petals and are produced in clusters on a tall upright plant with small, palish green leaves. A profuse bloomer that makes a nice pillar or tall narrow hedge. It has produced both pink and white sports. The Grootendorst roses are more susceptible to diseases than other Rugosa Hybrids. Petals 25-30, Bloom 1 1/2" Learn More
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  • Hansa

    Crimson-purple blooms that are extremely fragrant, followed by a prolific hip display. A more compact rugosa for smaller gardens. Repeat blooming. Learn More
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  • John Franklin

    John Franklin blooms generously from summer through fall. The deep crimson buds are carried in clusters of up to 30 and open to masses of frilly, vibrant red blooms. Backed by matte green foliage that is resistant to disease, the fragrant flowers soften to a lovely dark pink with age. Double blooms, with 25 petals, the rose is hardy to zone 3. Learn More
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  • Linda Campbell

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    An outstanding new hybrid rugosa shrub rose. Large clusters of true red flowers. Super vigorous. Learn More
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  • Night Song

    A nice winter hardy Griffith Buck red rose. A full bloom bursts with color in the garden, border or even in a vase for display. Repeat bloomer with compact, semi-glossy green foliage. Petals 33 Learn More
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  • Piccolo Pete

    Large buds of ruby red open flat with 7-10 petals. Custers of 1-10 fragrantly sweet 5" blossoms on a repeat blooming bush. Dark, olive green leathery foliage. Learn More
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  • Polonaise

    Blossoms of cherry red open in abundance on an upright continual blooming plant with dark green, leathery foliage. Because of the long lasting 3" blooms (petals 17-25) and great color quality they hold well in a vase. Learn More
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  • Prairie Clogger

    Medium red shrub. The medium-small, ovoid-pointed buds of ruby red open to single (8-1 0 petals), shallow-cupped to flat, 2.5-3 inch blooms which hold their color until the petals drop. The blooms are borne in clusters of 1 - 1 0 and have a pleasingly sweet fragrance. The abundant, leathery foliage is dark olive green with copper tones when young and is tolerant of normal foliar disease. The thorns are tan and awl-like. The vigorous, bushy, 3-4 ft plant is erect and free-branching with abundant bloom from June until killing frost. Plants are winter-hardy in Iowa without protection. Learn More
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  • Red Dream

    Winter Hardy rose that is both stunning and has a nice sweet fragrance. With a 3.5" continual bloom this rose will keep blooms on the plant spring through fall. As you would expect from a winter hardy rose, this rose is good for zones 5-10. Disease resistant and rain tolerant too. (12-18 petals). Learn More
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  • Robusta

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    `Robusta' would make a nice addition to any garden even if it didn't bloom which it does in profusion. Eye-catching, single, red 4" blooms (petals 5-8) in clusters produced in abundance on a vigorous, continually blooming upright bush with beautiful, medium-green, glossy, leathery foliage. The thick canes are covered with nail-like prickles. For specimen planting, fence, hedge or impenetrable barrier. Learn More
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  • Capt. Samuel Holland

    Named after a famed military surveyor and cartographer of the 1700's, this member of the Explorer series offers an outstanding choice for gardeners who want a prolific yet hardy climber. When grown without support it forms a large shrub that's quite attractive. Grown on a trellis, Capt. Samuel Holland will make a handsome climber. The 3" slightly scented flowers are medium red with a strong fuchsia undertone and appear both singly and in numerous clusters of up to ten alongside glossy foliage that is disease resistant. Learn More
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  • Griff's Red

    Lovely, hybrid tea style 4" blooms (petals 25-30) of rich velvety red having a strong sweet/spice fragrance, produced on a vigorous continual blooming plant with rich green foliage. A must for those that grow "Buck" roses. Learn More
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  • Henry Kelsey

    With long limber canes and a trailing habit, this rose forms an attractive informal shrub but as a climber its beauty really shines. The disease resistant foliage is a dark glossy green tinted with burgundy to complement the large clusters of vivid red flowers. As they cover the plant from early summer until frost, the blooms are brightened by golden stamens and the air is filled with a rich spicy fragrance. The addition of small orange hips at the end of the season just add to our appreciation of this rose. Learn More
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  • Hunter

    A hybrid rugosa with hybrid tea style, double blooms. The only true crimson bloom found in the rugosa group. Very fragrant. A plant with lovely, shiny dark green foliage that shows its rugosa heritage well. Bloom 3", Petals 30+ Learn More
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  • Incredible

    Yellow freckled and streaked with orange-red, urn-shaped, large, double ovoid pointed buds. Foliage medium large, leathery, dark olive green. Vigorous, erect growth winter hardy. Petals 28 Learn More
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  • Mavourneen

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    Large 4 1/2-5" blooms. The bi-color blooms are current red on the outside of the petals with a white reverse and are borne singly and in clusters. A bushy, upright plant with glossy dark green foliage. Winter hardy in Iowa. Learn More
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