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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  • Rosa Rugosa

    The original species from Japan. Blooms of reddish-purple followed by large, beautiful hips on a vigorous, easy-to-grow bush that thrives in poor conditions, even at the seashore. Great fragrance. Repeat blooming. Learn More

    Regular Price: $37.00

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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
  • Rosa Rugosa Alba

    The white form of the species, native to Japan and N.E. Asia. Large (4 in.) single, silky, purest white flowers with golden stamens. Very fragrant. In autumn the foliage turns yellow, making a striking sight with the huge, orange-red hips. Does well in poor soil conditions, even at the seashore. A most outstanding rose. Repeat Bloom, Bloom 4", Petals 5 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
  • Pearlie Mae

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    Wonderful long pointed urn shaped buds of the most delicate apricot open into double 5" blooms (petals 30-35) whose coloring is hard to describe. Dr.Buck describes it thus: "A blend of empire yellow and lemon yellow. A vigorous continual blooming upright bush whose new foliage starts a coppery-red and ages to a shiny olive-green". The plants are winter hardy in Iowa without protection. Learn More
  • 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
  • Quietness

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    Softest pink with a richer center reminiscent of the beautiful old hybrid tea rose 'Royal Highness' . 'Quietness' is a profuse blooming variety and one of Dr. Bucks most lovely creations. CB, z 4/5 - 10, P 30+, B4" Learn More
  • Applejack

    One of Dr.Buck's most popular roses. Slightly fragrant with the scent of apples and cloves. These large single 3 12" blooms of pink are produced on an arching bush with mid-green foliage that shows the texture of one of its parents, the wild rose 'Rosa Laxa', a very vigorous upright bush with arching canes. May be grown as a short climber. Winter hardy in Iowa without protection. 5-12 petals. Will make a great showing even in dappled sun as it is shade tolerant too! Learn More

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