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The queen of the garden! Take a look at our vast selection of roses from miniatures, hybrid tea, floribundas and more.
Large flowered roses that usually grow one to a stem. Plants have an upright habit and flower continuously throughout the growing season. Excellent cut flowers
New this year at Platt Hill - Drift Roses
From the introducers of knockout roses. A cross between groundcover roses & miniature roses creating the perfect rose for smaller gardens.
Dwarf at 2'-3' wide by 1 1/2' tall. Prune to 6" in early spring after last hard frost for best performance.
A continuous bloomer that is tough, disease resistant, winter hardy, and almost maintenance free.
Colors: Apircot, sweet, pink, red, & peach
Cross between a hybrid tea and a hardy polyantha. Small to medium sized flowers in cluster on compact plants bloom continuously from late spring to autumn. These rose bushes are usually low growing and make a good choice for hedges.
This is a cross between a hybrid tea and a floribunda. Plants are usually tall growing with an upright habit. Flowers can be single on stems long enough to make good cut flowers or grow in clusters. This is a good rose choice for all season color.
Small to large flowers borne in clusters on rigid, thick canes. These plants do not usually actually climb as other vines do instead they produce extra long canes that need to be tied to a trellis or arbor to give them support. Newer hybrids bloom on old and new wood allowing them to bloom freely throughout the season.
Very hardy with small flowers borne in clusters on dwarf plants. They are among the first flowers to bloom in spring, but then they continue to bloom until frost. Carefree and easy to maintain.
These easy care versatile roses will adapt themselves to many soil types. Flowers can be single or double, borne singly or in clusters dependent on variety. These are sometimes referred to as hedge roses. Excellent landscape plant.
These roses are the result of crossing old roses with modern hybrids. They are known for heavy fragrance, large blossoms and repeat flowerings. Habit of plants is bushy with maturity.
AARS- All American Rose Selections
This is an organization of rose producers who evaluate new rose varieties across the U.S.A. This is a two year process for all climatic conditions, which will give you the best possible top performing roses for all areas.