Roses

Bold means new Hardy Shrub Roses tolerate a wide range of conditions, but usually prefer an open site in full sun.FM/Hr/Wd soil-when planting use a handful of bonemeal in the hole & water in well-Deadhead to promote more blooms.

Roses 2021
Roses tolerate a wide range of conditions, but usually prefer an open site in full sun.FM/Hr/Wd soil DH-deadhead; CTS-continuous $23.99
Rose also require rich soil Use fertilzer recommended for Roses as it contains necessary trace mineral that will produce good results
Adelaide Hoodless shrub 5x5'- Parkland Rose- double bright red flowers over the entire season; bushy, upright and spreading habit, hardy and resistant to disease
Bill Reid shrub Yellow It tends to fill out right to the ground and therefore doesn't necessarily require facer plants in front. It grows at a fast rate
Blaze Climber Climber train canes back & forth on trellis 4 more blooms, best red, blooms spring to fall, after established prune back lateral stem
Carpet White GC/Shrub long bloom seasons, bright colors, profuse flowering and natural resistance to leaf diseases
Dick Clark shrub 5'-Grandiflora- Black-red buds spiral open to show off swirls of cream edged & washed with vibrant cherry pink; fragrant
Don Juan climb hyb T 12-14'-large, rich, dark velvety-red, double, 4" blooms with a wonderful tea/fruity fragrance.One of the finest of the red climbers.
Eden climber 10'- Rounded, deeply cupped, full flowers of creamy white and suffused with pink most intensely at the edge of the petals. Light fragrance
Golden Showers climb A valuable repeat-flowering climbing rose, features large, sweetly fragrant, semi-double, golden-yellow blooms, 4" wide
Hansa (Rugosa)-NA this year Hedge 6', large dbl magenta flowers, good for hedging, very hardy, salt tolerant-spiny right up the stock so deer aren't interested SORRY take orders for 2022
Hunter shrub 4'- Rugosa rose with clusters of lightly scented, bright crimson flowers with dark green leaves. Blooms from spring until fall.
Intrigue shrub 3'- Floribunda clusters of fragrant, double, dark mauve to reddish-purple flowers from late spring into autumn.
Knockout Double Pink shrub 3'- compact , long bloom season, bright colors, profuse flowering, exceptional resistance to blackspot and winter hardiness
Knockout Double Red shrub 3'- compact , long bloom season, bright colors, profuse flowering, exceptional resistance to blackspot and winter hardiness
Knockout Sunny shrub 5'- Citrus fragrance; upright habit with bright yellow flowers.The color stays more intense during cooler times of the year. CTS
Laguana climber 8'- Showy Fragrant: Flower Color: Raspberry Pink: Flower Time: Spring Summer Fall; double flowers
Love shrub 4'-an exquisite Grandiflora rose with large, 4 in. across;high-centered, reflexed, rich ruby-red flowers with white reverses.
Morden Blush shrub 4'-showy lightly-scented white flowers with shell pink overtones at the ends of the branches from late spring to late summer,
Morden Sunrise shrub lightly-scented gold flowers with peach overtones, yellow eyes & pink tips at the ends of the branches; late spring to late summer,
New Dawn climb is a modern, large-flowered, climbing rose that is blush-pink and free flowering. It is very popular among gardeners
Peace shrub 6'-a most famous Hyb T...v large flowers of a light yellow to cream color, slightly flushed at the petal edges with crimson-pink.
Perfumed Breeze climber 8'; very fragrant, shades of pink; small bloom are borne pendulous clusters
Polar Express shrub 4'- fragrant upright, bushy plants produce a blizzard of creamy white blooms, in clusters with 4 to 8 blooms per stem
Rugelda(yellow pavement landscape 30"-unusual pavement rugosa with yellow, fully double flowers slightly tinged with pink and orange-red buds. Slightly scented
St Tropaz shrub 4'-a wonderful blend of apricot and orange, the large 5" ruffled blooms emit a powerful fragrance that is a delight to inhale.
Sunsprite shrub 4'- strongly-scented, full, high-centered, bright golden-yellow flowers, 3 in. across . Packed with 30 elegantly ruffled petals
Therese Bugnet shrub 5'-hyb rugosa this rose has wonderful old-fashioned ruffled 4" blooms (petals 30+) of lilac pink plus a slight spicy fragrance
Topaz Jewel landscape 2.5"- butter yellow & ages to cream; highly fragrant
Westerland climb 8'-lovely double blooms with a ruffled look and petals with slightly serrated edges are very fragrant woth a nice rose scent.
White Dawn climb 10-12'-a large-flowered climbing rose fragrant, white, semi-double flowers
Winnipeg Parks shrub 5'- lightly-scented cherry red flowers with a rose reverse at the ends of the branches from late spring to late summer. Ex cut
Helpful Hint: use a proper Rose fertilizer for best results and don't splash water on the leaves. Roses are heavy feeders! They require
a water soluable fertilizer like PEI fish fertilizer or other water soluable every three weeks. Always make sure that the liquid goes right to the root. This is
good info for any plant. Using proper rose food is highly recommended as it contains the necessary trace elements needed by the plant to perform well
Floribundas/Austins are continuous bloomers. Add a handful of Epsom Salts every 2-3 weeks. Apply on the drip line.
Climbing /Rugosa/Minature/Hedging roses blooms on old wood. If you prune in the spring you will have no flowers that season.Growing climbing roses
requires training as they will usually grow quite wayward. Use a good sturdy trellis & ties that will degrade over the years. The plant must be tied as it grows
& some pruning will be required to keep the plant in a somewhat reasonable size. A dead tree would be a perfect trellis.
Perhaps Rugosa Rose is the most important species used for hedging. It is dense,hardy, colorful & has healthy foliage
H T/Grandifloras/Floribundas/English roses need to be cut back to 8-12" from the ground in the very very late fall/early winter[to avoid the wind
shaking the roots loose]. If you prune too early in the fall they can think it is spring and start to put out new growth which of course will freeze off in the winter
Black Spot & powdery mildew -use a fungicide…Defender is a good product for rose care.
Don't water on the leaves and be especially careful when the sun is out
Clay soil is usually recommended for planting because of it's ability to hold water. You will have to use organic matter to make your soil
more pliable. Two sources would be 'real' manure [or store bought stuff would work but no cheapies]or compost, always well broken
down. Peat moss is always a valuable soil conditioner. Roses must have a consistent supply of water and nutrients to grow

 

Helpful Hint: use a proper Rose fertilizer for best results and don't splash water on the leaves. Roses are heavy feeders and require a water soluable fertilizer like PEI fish fertilizer or other water soluable every three weeks. Always make sure that the liquid goes right to the root. This is good info for any plant!  Top dressing would be much better and we recommend this as roses are heavy feefers. The proper roses food suggested is made specifically for roses and contains the necessary trace elements needed by the plant to perform well.

Floribundas/Austins are continuous bloomers. Add a handful of Epsom Salts every 2-3 weeks. Apply on the drip line.

Climbing /Rugosa/Minature/Hedging roses blooms on old wood. If you prune in the spring you will have no flowers that season.

Growing climbing roses requires training as they will usually grow quite wayward. Use a good sturdy trellis & ties that will degrade over the years. The plant must be tied as it grow & some pruning will be required to keep the plant in a somewhat reasonable size. A dead tree would be a perfect trellis

Perhaps Rugosa Rose is the most popular species used for hedging. It is dense,hardy, colorful & has healthy foliage

Hybrid T/Grandifloras/Floribundas/English roses need to be cut back to 8-12" from the ground in the very very late fall/early winter[toavoid the wind shaking the roots loose]. If you prune too early in the fall they can think it is spring and start to put out new growth which of course will freeze out.

Black Spot & powdery mildew -use a fungicide-Defender is a good rose product for rose care

Don't water on the leaves and be especially careful when the sun is out. Defender is a good product for rose care

Clay soil is usually recommended for planting because of it's ability to hold water. You will have to use organic matter to make your soil more pliable Two sources would be 'real' old fashion aged manure is the best [or store bought stuff would work but no cheapies]or compost, always well broken down. Peat moss is always a valuable soil conditioner. Roses must have a consistent supply of water and nutrients to grow