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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  • Serendipity

    A rose of great classic beauty that will hold its own with the best of them. The color is unique and yet hard to describe. Apricot and softest orange while Dr. Buck says it is Mars orange. In any case a beautiful rose. Five inch double blooms (petals 20-25) with a sweet scent on a continually blooming bushy plant with mid-green leathery foliage. Winter hardy in Iowa. Serendipity is part of our Easy PZ collection. Learn More
  • Morden Blush

    Probably the most floriferous and long blooming of the Canadian Parkland Series, this rose makes a wonderful addition to your garden. Very beautiful pointed buds of ivory and blush, much admired for floral and bridal bouquets. The blooms open to sweetly fragrant, high centered blooms (petals 52) that are blush pink in the centers before fully fading to ivory as they mature. Glossy green foliage contributes to this repeat blooming bush. Learn More
  • Rosa Glauca

    While the flowers are stunning in their simplicity, it is the foliage of this rose that is most greatly valued. Blue, green, plum and red all blend exquisitely in the waxy leaves. The flowers open to form narrow, star-like 2" blooms (petals 5) of deep pink with white centers on nearly thorn-less canes. In the fall, foliage intensifies alongside hips of bright purple-red and canes of violet. Unique! The only rose like it! Learn More
  • Prairie Princess

    One of the most popular and well known of Dr. Buck's creations. Long pointed deep-pink buds open into large semi-double fragrant 4" blooms (petals 12-18) of light coral-pink on a strong growing bush that makes a large shrub. May be trained as a climber. New foliage has a unique copper serrated edge. Very beautiful continually blooming rose. Learn More
  • Chuckles

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    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
  • 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
  • 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
  • Hermina

    Pink blend shrub, with dark green shiny foliage. The pointed buds open to 2-1/2 to 3" double (petals 30-35 ), shallow cupped to flat blooms which are red with a white reverse aging to Neron rose with white reverse. The blooms, borne singly and in clusters of 3-6 have a light rose fragrance. Learn More

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