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Certain plants require a specific ship time. In spring or fall, shrubs, roses, and trees are all shipped semi-dormant and semi-bareroot. Since quantities are sometimes limited and items sell out, orders that are placed early are put into our system and the plants requested are held for you until the proper shipping time. We do not charge your credit card until two weeks prior to shipping. We also send notification of the exact ship date so you can be expecting your plants.

Quick list of all roses:

Climbers  ¦  Buck Roses  ¦  Austin (English) Roses  ¦  Rugosa  ¦
Shrub and Olde Roses  ¦  Mini Roses

The sizes of plants sold are not young transplants, but field grown plants ready to go into the landscape: the same plants that are sold directly at the nursery. We do not pot all plants in gallon size containers, but pot them in the correct size container for the root system and its required growing space.

Z   hardiness zone (example: Z4)
+ Explorer series
B&B Balled and Burlapped
See for more information about the Explorer and Parkland series of hardy roses
See for more information about Dr. Griffith Buck, hardy, shrub roses

A bit about 'Own root roses' Do not confuse these own root roses with small bushes. Ours are full blooming size bushes, but being on their own root they can not freeze out. Bare Root shipped March, April and October only. Potted roses available anytime. CA, WA & AZ (BR) only. All varieties on display throughout the borders, rose pergola, and herb garden. The roses offered here, own root or grafted, are ones that will be with you a lifetime, becoming more beautiful with age, so give these bushes room. These are also varieties that are not susceptible to freezing out in bad weather. We have many other miscellaneous varieties at the nursery but not in enough quantity to list. So inquire if youre looking for a particular variety.

Peak bloom for our roses is usually the first week of June.     


* $18.00 each

Alchymist- Germany (1956) by KORDES, own root - Fat gold buds open orange quartered fragrant bloom. 15' - 20', spring bloom only, Z5 AVAILABLE AS BALLED AND BURLAPED ONLY $48.00

Aloha - large 2-tone double pink, fragrant blooms, glossy foliage, blooms on old and new wood, 8'-10', or kept as shrub Z5

America - large coral bloom, fragrant, everblooming, Z5

Austrian Copper - clusters of 2" single hot orange/red with yellow reverse blooms. 6'-7' arching branches, strong licorice fragrance, spring bloom only, very hardy Z4

Autumn Sunset - clusters of apricot gold blooms, fruity fragrance, everblooming, disease resistant, 12', (sport of Westerland) Z5

Constance Spry - cabbage form, pink bloom, fragrant, spring bloom only, 15, Z5-9

Dortmond - Germany (1955) by KORDES, own root - Clusters of large single ruffled bl. glossy foliage everblooming Z4

Frau Karl Druschki - (cl. Hybrid Perpetual, Lambert, 1901) - large white hybrid tea type buds and bloom, strong raspberry aroma, everblooming, use as shrub or climber, 8' Z5

Harisons Yellow - Sold Out for 2003 Bred in United Kingdom (Circa 1824) by George Folliott, own root. Masses of small fragrant yl. bloom, spring bloom only, use as shrub or climber, 8'-9', Z5

+ Henry Kelsey Canada (1984), own root - Red blooming clusters, resistant to mildew, repeat bloom, 7' , Z3

Jeanne LaJoie (1975), -Sold Out for 2003 own root; perfect mini pink bloom, robust 10', everblooming, Z4

New Dawn - pale, creamy pink, everblooming, glossy foilage, Z5, ALSO available as B&B $48.00

Polka (Romantica Series) - 8' - 10' canes with huge round apricot blooms, spicy fragrance, disease resistant, everblooming. A favorite.

Sally Holmes - England (1976), - own root; Huge clusters single white/peach blush disease resistant, everblooming, 12, Z5

Shadow Dancer - 2-tone swirled pink clustered bloom, very ruffled, glossy foliage, disease resistant, everblooming, 6'-8', Z5

Sea Foam - own root; short climber 6 or to hang over wall, tolerates some shade, shiny disease resistant foliage, clusters white bloom everblooming Z5

Sombreuil - own root; heirloom variety, old fashioned semi-quartered creamy white blooms, 12' tall, ever-blooming, [note: the rose sold in commerce as 'Sombreuil' is in reality the larger flowered, modern climber 'Colonial White' bred in 1959 from the cross 'New Dawn' x 'Mme. Hardy'. With such notable parents, it is not a suprise that it is such a superb rose.]

Viking Queen - Double deep pink everblooming, glossy foliage, fragrant, 8-10, Z5

+ William Baffin - Sold Out for 2003 own root; Double pink clusters, old fashioned look, disease resistant, repeat bloom, 10, Z3

Westerland - own root; clusters of double, apricot blend bloom,, spicy fragrance, disease resistant, everblooming, 12, Z5

Zephirine Drouhin (Bourbon) - 1868 thornless fragrant pink, everblooming, 10, Z4    


Dr. Griffith Buck of Iowa crosses the Olde Roses with hybrid teas to get the fragrance and hardiness of the olde and the bloom shape of the hybrid tea roses, for roses that are hardy to Z3. Ive been growing them for over 20 yrs and they are superior to any rose thats being hybridized today. I grow over 15 of his varieties.
(for more information about Dr. Griffith Buck roses see: )

* $18.00 each

Aunt Honey - own root; double carmine rose buds open to light carmine color, damask fragrance everblooming, 4, Z5

Carefree Beauty - own root; hybrid tea type pink bud opens to large bloom, 5, everblooming, Z4

Country Dancer - own root; semi-double, hot pink bloom, 4, everblooming Z5

Distant Drums - floribunda habit with brunette buds that open to ruffles of orchid pink, fragrant, disease resistant, 4' Z5

Earthsong - own root; double pink, prolific bloom, fragrant, everblooming 5, Z5

Golden Unicorn - large double golden yellow bloom clusters, fruity fragrance, everblooming, disease resistant, Z5

Hawkeye Belle - Sold Out for 2003 own root; grandiflora type dbl light blushed pink bloom, everblooming 5, Z4

Hi Neighbor - own root; grandiflora type crimson bud, opens to double red bloom, everblooming, Z4

Honey Sweet - Sold Out for 2003 own root; yellow buds in clusters, are tipped with rosey red. Opening to 4" double blooms from yellow and orange to rosy pink, honey fragrance, everblooming, 3'-4' tall

Les Sjulin - own root; grandiflora type clusters of coral-red buds open to blooms of coralpink with deeper coral reversed petals, strong fragrance, disease resistant, everblooming, 3' Z4 (Sam Kedem says the name "Sjulin" is pronounced "shoe-LIN")

Prairie Harvest - own root; clusters of fragrant 4 light yellow blooms, glossy foliage everblooming, 4 1/2, Z4

Prairie Princess - own root; peachy pink bloom clusters, disease resistant, everblooming 4' Z4

Serendipity - own root; hybrid tea shaped, 5" double soft creamy orange to soft pink edged blooms, apple fragrance, everblooming 3'x3', disease resistant, Z5

Winter Sunset - own root; clusters of hybrid tea type buds open to dbl amber yellow with orange base blooms, glossy foliage, everblooming, 3, Z4


* $18.00 each

Abraham Darby - peach blend, 4 double bloom, 8, fragrant, everblooming, Z5-9

Bibi Maizoon - Sold Out for 2003 rose pink cupped blooms, strong fragrance, everblooming, 4' Z5

Charlotte - soft buttery yellow blooms, outer petals age creamy white, repeat bloom, 5' x 4', Z5

Cottage Rose - 3" double rich pink with a blended yellow center, cup shaped blooms, fragrant, 4', Z5

English Garden - soft apricot yellow, rosette quartered blooms, fragrant 3' Z5

Gertrude Jekyll - own root; fat buds open to double, deep pink semi-quartered rosettes, very fragrant, 5, everblooming, Z5-9

Graham Thomas - own root; apricot buds open to golden yellow blooms, everblooming 5, Z5

Heritage - quartered form in sprays of shell pink/cream blush bloom, fragrant 4, Z5

L.D. Braithwaite - quartered crimson red roses, very frangrant, 5' tall, everblooming

Mary Rose - cupped rich pink fragrant blooms, 5, Z5-6

Redouté - (sport of Mary Rose) - soft pink ruffled blooms, sweet scent, one of the first and longest blooming roses, 5' Z5

The Squire - dark velvety red quartered blooms, strong fragrance, 5' tall, everblooming

(for more information about Rosa rugosa see:

* $18.00 each

These roses have heavy rugose type foliage, disease resistant, treat as shrubs.

Agnes  Canada (1900) - Huge canes to 6', fat yellow buds, fragrant, some rebloom, Z4, ALSO available as B&B $48.00

Belle Poitevine  France (1894) - own root; pink, recurrent bloom 3', fragrant, Z3

Blanc Double DeCoubert - 5', double white, fragrant, everblooming, Z3

David Thompson - own root; fuchsia bloom clusters with intense fragrance, disease resistant, few thorns, everblooming, 3'-4', Z3

Magnifica - Sold Out for 2003 own root; double, deep rose, fragrant, our favorite, we use these blooms to make our rose conserve we serve here on Gardener's Day, 3-4', everblooming, Z4

Henry Hudson - own root; 2 1 /2 ' double, white bloom, everblooming, Z3

Rugosa Alba - own root; Big single white bloom, everblooming, Z2

Rugosa Rosea - own root; pink version of above, everblooming, Z2

Sir Thomas Lipton - own root; Vase shaped bush, completely disease resistant double, white, recurrent bloom, 7',  Z3. This has rebloomed for us in August with 100 temperatures and drought; Still available in B&B size

Topaz Jewel - double, yellow, 5' everblooming, Z4


* $18.00 each

Alba Semi Plena (<1877, White Rose of York) - clusters semi-dbl white, fragrant, large elongated rose hips, spring bloom only, 6,
Only available as Balled & Burlaped $48.00

Alexander Mackenzie (shrub) - clusters (6-12) deep red cupped bloom, disease resistant foliage, 6, repeat bloom, Z4, Only available as Balled & Burlaped $48.00

Auguste Renoir (Romantica Series) - very double and rounded deep pink 5" blossoms, strong fragrance, 5' tall, disease resistant

Ballerina (Hybrid Musk) - own root; single pink bloom, forms Hydrangea like clusters, everblooming 3, Z4

Betty Prior (Floribunda) - clusters single pink, everblooming, 3, Z5

Champlain (Kordessii) - own root; masses dark red bloom, red fall foliage, everblooming even in extreme heat, 3 1/2, into late fall, Z4

Charles de Mills - own root; pre 1885 maroon crimson quartered bloom, ages to purple, strong fragrance, sometimes repeats bloom, 5

Chuckles - own root; single dark rose-pink bloom, everblooming, 2, Z4

Common Moss (Moss) - own root; mossy buds double, pink quartered, fragrant bloom & foliage, June bloom, Z3

Eden (Romantica Series) - soft creamy pink 3" blooms, everblooming, disease resistant, fragrant, 6', Z5

The Fairy (Polyantha) - own root; literally covered with bouquets of small pink roses from June to November, 3x4, Z5

Felicia (Hybrid musk - 1928) - clusters of double 3" pink flowers which mature to blush pink, on 5' arching branches, lovely, ever-blooming

Ferdinard Prichard (Hybrid Perpetual) - dbl pink streaked crimson & white bloom, 5, June bloom

Flutterbye (shrub) - single yl./or bicolor, spicy fragrance, 5, everblooming, Z5

Frederic Mistral (Romantica Series) - 4" blooms in pink shades, very fragrant, 4' - 5' tall, disease resistant, everblooming

Golden Wings USA, (1956) - own root; single yellow, spicy fragrance, 5, everblooming, Z4

Gourmet Popcorn - own root; clusters of semi-dbl white bloom, 2, everblooming, Z5

Gruss An Aachen Germany, (1909, floribunda) - peach-pink, semi-quartered bloom, 2 1/2, everblooming, Z5

Great Maidens Blush (Alba) - own root; light fragrant pink bloom, 6, spring bloom only

Henry Nevard (hyb. perpetual, 1924, England) - round cup shaped double crimson blooms up to 6" across, very fragrant, desease resistant, everblooming, 5' Z5

Iceberg (floribunda) - 3 double, white blooms, 5, everblooming, Z4

Jacques Cartier aka Marchesa Boccella (portland) - very double, quartered light pink rosettes, strong fragrance, compact 3'-4' tall

Jardins de Bagatelle (grandiflora) - creamy pink blooms tipped in pale pink, hybrid tea form, fragrant, 5' tall, everblooming

+John Cabot - own root; clusters of double, fuchsia-pink fragrant bloom, 6, everblooming, Z3

+John Davis - own root; clusters of double, pink fragrant bloom, disease resistant, everblooming, 8, Z3

Johann Strauss (Romantica Series) - large 3" double true pink blooms, lemon fragrance, 2 1/2' tall, everblooming, disease resistant, Z5

+Lambert Closse - clusters of hybrid tea like buds open to dbl pink bloom, repeat bloomer, 2 1/2, Z4

Leonardo da Vinci (Romantica Series) - Sold Out for 2003 own root; clusters of quartered bengal pink blooms, with sweet fragrance, 5' tall, disease resistant, everblooming

Lexington (Towne & Country Collection, 1993, Denmark) - Sold Out for 2003 own root; warm yellow cupped blooms, strong scent, compact desease resistant, everblooming 2 1/2' Z4

Lillian Gibson only Balled and Burlaped $48.00 - clusters of dbl light pink fragrant 2 bloom, spring bloom only, 10, Z4

Louise Odier (bourbon) - camellia shape lilac pink bloom, fragrant 4', everblooming

Madame Hardy (damask, 1832) - quartered white roses with green stamen eye, lemon fragrance, 3' tall, disease resistant, everblooming

Madame Isaac Pereire - (hybrid bourbon, 1881, France) fragrant crimson/pur. bloom, 6', everblooming

Madame Louis Leveque (moss, 1898) - Sold Out for 2003 fragrant pink blooms on 4' - 5' upright stems, rebloomer

Madame Pierre Oger (bourbon, 1878) - double rounded and cupped shaped flowers in silvery pink, changing to clear rose, 6' tall, ever-blooming, fragrant

Marjorie Fair (modern shrub, 1978, England) - own root; large clusters of single red blooms with a white eye, glossy disease resistant foliage, recurrant bloom, 4' Z3

Outta The Blue (modern antique) - displays many blue hues - from rich magenta with yellow base, to deep wine and cream aging to lavender/blue, everblooming, spicy fragrance 3'-4' tall

Playboy (floribunda) - semi-double bloom in vivid colors of orange, scarlet with brilliant yellow eye, fruity fragrance, 4' tall, ever-blooming

Red Fairy (polyantha) - own root; foliage not as tiny as The Fairy, covered with double, red bloom

Reine des Violettes - (hybrid perpetual, 1860) 3"-4" lilac purple blossoms, give a blue color as they age. Repeat bloom all summer, 6' tall, 4' wide, fragrant, semi-thornless canes

Rosa Mundi (R. gallica versicolor) - own root; white, pink and rose striped blooms, fragrant, red hips on semi-thornless canes, 4' Z4

Rubrifolia or 'R. glauca' - own root; red canes and purplish red foilage, covered with small pink star like bloom in June, masses of vermillion hips form staying on bush til winter, excellent accent shrub or hedge, Z2

Therese Bugnet - own root; almost thornless purple canes lovely foliage masses of fragrant double, pink bloom, repeat bloom, Z3

Toulouse Lautrec (Romantica Series) - Sold Out for 2003 clear light yellow double cupped 3" blooms, everblooming, lemon fragrance, disease resistant, 6', Z5

Traviata (Romantica Series) - bright currant-red 3" blooms, spicy fragrance, glossy disease resistant foliage, everblooming, 5', Z5

Yves Piaget (Romantica Series) - 5" dark ruffled pink rose clusters, heavy fragrance, disease resistant, 2' - 3' tall, everblooming

Named Miniature Roses
- own root; grow 1x1, choose from red, pink, white, yellow, yellow/orange, bicolor, everblooming for edging, excellent bushes & winter hardy, Z5 $7.25

Each order we send will be filled with stock of fine quality, packed with care to reach you in good live growing condition. If you are not entirely satisfied, return it at once for refund minus postage.

We are not responsible to replace plants that have failed due to conditions beyond our control such as possible neglect, weather, growing conditions or the lack of experience on the part of the gardener.

A Word About Native Plants: We offer many native varieties because we like them, but we do not collect them from the wild. We grow them from cuttings or seeds, and are listed as Native.

Prices subject to change.

, 2000-2003.

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Last updated 2003 June 10.

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