Roses - Our 2018 Selection
From May to July, we offer you hundreds of specially selected roses. There are hybrid teas, climbers, floribundas, grandifloras, shrub roses, plus Knock-Out roses and David Austin roses. We also present rose care workshops by Consulting Rosarian Marci Martin.
David Austin English Roses
Gentle Hermione – Golden Celebration – Lady Emma Hamilton – Queen of Sweden - Winchester Cathedral – Wollerton Old Hall
Angel Face – Belinda’s Dream – Chihuly – Colorific - Doris Day – Drop Dead Red – Easy Does It (“Easy to Love”) – Easy Going (“Easy to Love”)
Easy Spirit (“Easy to Love,” New in 2018) – Easy to Please (“Easy to Love”)
Ebb Tide – French Lace – Frida Kahlo (New in 2018) – Gingersnap
Judy Garland – Julia Child (“Easy to Love”) – Jump for Joy – Ketchup & Mustard - Love Song – Pumpkin Patch – Rosie the Riveter (New in 2018) – Sexy Rexy - Sparkle & Shine – Tuscan Sun – Vavoom – White Licorice
Ch-Ching! – Happy Go Lucky – Love’s Promise – Miss Congeniality – Mother of Pearl - Nicole Carol Miller – Parade Day (New in 2018) – Radiant Perfume
Barbra Streisand – Chrysler Imperial – Dolly Parton – Falling in Love
Firefighter – Fragrant Cloud – Francis Meilland
Full Sail – Good as Gold – Grande Dame – Heirloom – Lasting Love – Legends
Memorial Day – Neptune – Papa Meilland – Paris d’Yves St. Laurent – Peace
Pink Peace – Pope John Paul II – Smokin' Hot – Sunstruck
Twilight Zone – We Salute You
America – Dublin Bay – Joseph’s Coat – Lady in Red (New in 2018)
New Dawn – Royal Gold – Top of the World – Tropical Lightning
Valentine's Day – White Dawn – Zephirine Drouhin
Bubble Double – Carefree Wonder – Hansa (Rugosa) – Outta the Blue
Tequila Supreme – Top Gun (New in 2018)
Knock Out – Double Knock Out
Peachy Knock Out – Pink Knock Out – Pink Double Knock Out
Our selection of perennials is excellent! Every year you can count on finding all the old favorites, plus new varieties. If your yard is in full sun, we've got what you need. Shade? Yes, of course! Our list of perennials in stock is too long to post here, so just ask us if you can't find it.
If you want to read up on perennials, you might want to start with the Perennial Plant Association's website (http://www.perennialplant.org/). There is also the American Hosta Society (https://www.americanhostasociety.org/).