Roses for Fall Color? You Bet!

Did you know that most modern shrub roses bloom well into Fall?  Many are still blooming at the end of October.  Granted you won’t have the orange and rust colors associated with fall, but you will get deep reds, bright reds, pinks, yellows, whites and peach colors from these blooming roses.  Check out our vast array of roses and talk with a staff person about what type of rose best suits your need and how easy they are to grow.  You will enjoy their color from mid-June through October.  At present, we have 19 varieties of roses in stock.  Check out our latest rose to arrive, the “Nitty Gritty Peach” rose.

 

Nitty Gritty Peach rose
Photo by Trees Today Nursery

 

Nitty Gritty Peach Rose
Photo by Trees Today Nursery

Latest Arrivals

We just received a shipment of some unusually beautiful perennials and shrubs. Ann Magnolia shrubs arrived in two different sizes, therefore they have two different price tags. There are some blooms on them and are very nice and full. To me the Ann Magnolia is by far the best of all the Magnolias. Then we have lots of Zagreb and Moonbeam Coreopsis that are blooming their heads off. I’ve been working here a decade and the best looking Artemesias are here now! We have more giant, zone 4 hardy hibiscus in red and rose color. Presently they are not blooming but are loaded with buds ready to open. We also have gaillardias, hydrangea trees, White Fringe Trees, Yellow Grace n Grit roses, plus many, many more plants.  Stop in!!

Artemesia
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Zagreb and Moonbeam coreopsis
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Grace n Grit Yellow Rose
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Gaillardia
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Quick Fire Hydrangea tree
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Ann Magnolia Shrub
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FloralBerry® Rosé St. John’s Wort

What an outstanding and gorgeous small shrub this is as it has unique yellow flowers in summer  followed by rose colored berries in fall. The branches are thick with dark green foliage, making a wonderful hedge.   We recommend covering it with mulch in fall as it is a Zone 5 and we do not warrantee it.  However, we have grown and warranteed other Zone 5,  St. John’s Wort shrubs as they have proven to survive our winters.  The flowers also make great cut flowers.  For more information, click FloralBerry® Rosé St. John’s Wort

Floralberry Rose St. Johns Wort
Photo courtesy of Monrovia