Landscape Roses

Landscape roses grow more horizontally than vertically. They tend to be disease resistant and do well when planted in multiple groupings or hedges. These can also be called short ramblers as they grow along the ground. They can also root themselves, making them a good prevention for erosion on steep slopes.

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  • Bonica®

    15 Review(s)
    Large clusters of 2 1/2" soft candy-pink, fully double blooms are produced on arching canes covered with mid-green foliage. A lovely continual blooming shrub rose perfect for mass planting, hedges or specimen planting. Light tip pruning in the spring. Bright orange hips in the fall. The first shrub rose to win the All-American Award winner. Learn More
  • Seafoam

    8 Review(s)
    The first and still one of the finest landscape roses. The gardens at Heirloom have a hedge of 'Seafoam' planted along the entrance to our large rose test garden. It covers itself with clusters of eye-catching, creamy-white, double 2 1/2" blooms (petals 15+) that are set off by the glossy, dark-green foliage. A vigorous, continually blooming trailing rose that is covered continuously with masses of bloom. Outstanding landscape rose. Learn More
  • Carefree Delight®

    4 Review(s)
    Delicate, 5-petaled creamy pink blooms are produced in clusters of 3 to 15. The 2" blooms blanket the bush. Foliage is a glossy, medium-green. Learn More
  • White Meidiland®

    2 Review(s)
    Lush and large, dark green glossy foliage creates a very resistant backdrop for sparkling white 4" blooms (petals 35+) that softly cascade on a continual blooming mounding ground-cover. Ideal for covering banks and rocky places. Learn More
  • Alba Meidiland®

    2 Review(s)
    Profuse large clusters of very double pure white blooms that drop their old petals so that no deadheading is necessary. The spreading plant is covered in dark, glossy foliage that shows off the pure white blooms to perfection. Petals 40+, Bloom 1 1/2" Learn More
  • Fire Meidiland®

    2 Review(s)
    Large clusters of deep, velvety red, 2 1/2" double blooms (petals 30+) which are produced in great abundance on a continual blooming low growing, extremely disease resistant plant with lustrous, deep olive green foliage. Don't deadhead to see a beautiful hip display in the fall. Great for mass plantings. Learn More
  • Crimson Floorshow

    1 Review(s)
    Bright, crimson red, double 2 1/2" blooms that open to show rich golden centers. Produced in good numbers on a continual blooming mounding and spreading plant with rich, leathery dark-green foliage. Ideal for the landscape and garden. Learn More
  • White Floorshow

    Fully double old-fashioned blooms of sparkling crystal white produced in profusion on a continual blooming spreading plant with mounding growth and mid-green foliage. Great for garden or landscape, parking strips and the garden. Learn More
  • Ruby Meidiland®

    1 Review(s)
    A wonderful, low-mounding rose that works well in urban gardens. Small, double, deep ruby red 1 1/2" blooms (petals 15+) produced in abundant clusters. Continuous blooming. Learn More
  • Cherry Meidiland™

    Red, white cehttps://www.heirloomroses.com/index.php/heirloo_admin/catalog_product/edit/id/1870/key/9e96134344dc4c26188be57da3d4b396/#nter. No fragrance. 5 petals. Average diameter 2". Small, single (4-8 petals), borne mostly solitary, cluster-flowered, in small clusters, in large clusters, flat bloom form. Prolific, continual bloom throughout the season. Learn More

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