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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  • Aunt Honey

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    Large 4-5" blooms of rich rose-pink shading lighter toward the outer petals. It is blessed with a rich damask perfume and borne in clusters of 3 to 8 on a continual blooming compact upright bush. Well foliaged with light-green serrated edges. Winter hardy in Iowa without protection. 36-42 petals. Learn More
  • 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
  • Carefree Beauty™

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    Large 5" double blooms of light rose, Bengal pink that are nicely fragrant. The blooms are followed by large, attractive, round orange hips. This continual blooming plant is bushy and well foliaged with leathery dark green leaves. Excellent resistance to both black spot and mildew. Winter hardy in Iowa without protection. Petal count 16-20. Learn More
  • Freckles

    Lovely urn shaped buds open into double cup shaped blooms. Soft coral pink heavily striped on the inner surface of the rose with dark claret. The blooms are borne singularly and in clusters of 5-10 with nice sweet scent. Large leathery foliage is dark copper green. Winter hardy in Iowa without protection. Learn More
  • 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
  • Malaguena

    The naming of this rose reflects Dr. Buck's love of music. 'Malaguena's' long pointed pink buds open into cupped blooms of medium pink. Winter hardy in Iowa without protection. Learn More
  • Moje Hammarberg

    An excellent, although not widely known, rugosa. Large, violet-crimson, double blooms with wonderfully strong fragrance. Like many rugosas this one will produce both hips and blooms together in late summer. Rose hips are sometimes referred to as the fruit of the rose and this is very true in the instance. Its edible hips are very large and purplish in color and Louise says that are quite tasty, much like plums. Repeat blooming and hardy zones 3-9. Learn More
  • 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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