Featured Plants

 

A Rainbow of Roses

Roses come in countless shades and colors. So where’s a burgeoning rose lover to start? Let Learn2Grow and Colorado rosarian Stan Griep help. This passionate rose expert shares some of his favorite colorful selections that might just send your own garden over the rainbow!

 

Add Fall Color With Rose Hips

Roses are red, violets are blue, rose hips are orange, red and black – So there’s one just right for you!

 

Earth-Kind® – The Friendliest Roses on the Planet

Imagine growing low-maintenance roses and helping the environment at the same time! Tested by Texas A&M University, Earth-Kind® roses perform beautifully without harsh chemicals, standing up to pests and disease, as well as heat, drought, poor soil and neglect. What’s more, they keep on blooming!

 

Easy Roses

Roses are beautiful, but some of the fancier teas and floribundas can be high-maintenance. Say goodbye to pest and disease headaches and hello to a few newer introductions, sure to bring easy enjoyment!

 

Good “Old” Rose

Antique roses may seem “old” – but they’re far from delicate. Give these tough, drought-tolerant bloomers a try and enjoy the same fragrance, color and beauty you expect from America’s favorite garden plants.

 

These Roses are Knock Outs!

Knock Out® roses have been a real breakthrough for rose lovers. Not only are the shrubs in this series beautiful and easy to grow, they’ve got impressive disease resistance and great color that’ll last all season!

 

Mister Lincoln – A Rose Worthy of a President

It takes an amazing rose to strongly represent the person it’s named after, and Mister Lincoln is doing its job well! Named after our 16th president, this tall, lean, red landscape rose brings incredible fragrance and beauty to any garden lucky enough to have it.

 

Old Garden Roses for New Garden Beauty

Love rosebushes but afraid to try growing one? Try your hand at old garden roses. These exceptionally tough and hardy varieties are not only beautiful and fragrant – they’re easy to grow.

 

Rocky Mountain Rose Favorites

Do you love roses but don’t know where to start? Consider trying one of these eye-catching, extra-special favorites of a Colorado rosarian. Each of these lovelies has captured his heart in one way or another – maybe they’ll bloom their way into yours, too.

 

Yellow Roses Add Rays of Sunshine

Yellow roses are a beautiful addition to any garden, flowering in shades from butter yellow to gold and apricot. Here are a few selections that can put your garden on the sunny side of the street – no matter what the weather.

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