Roses for Sale at Nature Hills Nursery
The rose bush is an iconic garden plant. Nature Hills Nursery loves Roses, and so do our customers. That’s why we offer a selection of roses for sale right here at our online nursery.
You’ll find garden roses in a wide range of styles, sizes and colors, and we've aligned with top brands to bring you the best of the best in modern rose genetics.
Choose from a kaleidoscope of wonderful flower colors with our extensive selection. You’ll literally find hundreds of popular rose bushes for sale, including:
With so many choices available to you, we make it easy to narrow down your selection. Start by finding your planting zone, which can be done by entering your zip code in the box above the Plant Highlights section on every product page. You can then filter by planting zone, sun exposure levels, color, size and other options.
Nature Hills Nursery backs all sales with our product guarantee. Orders are also protected by Plant Sentry™, a system that helps ensure regulated plant materials aren’t shipped to prohibited areas.
Rose Bush FAQ
Is full sun or shade best for a rose bush?
Growing rose bushes isn’t challenging in the right planting site. Roses bushes love full sun and need at least six hours of sun a day.
See our Blog Rose bush care: Are Roses Hard to Grow?
How do I prune my roses?
Prune rose plants in the early spring, before you see new growth. There are many benefits to pruning. Pruning tips include:
- Remove dead and diseased wood. Prune canes at a 45-degree angle.
- Improve air circulation and sunlight reaching the interior of the plant.
- Encourage fresh growth with vigorous flowering canes.
- Remove old canes at the crown.
- Cut younger canes back to about 6 to 8 inches above the crown.
- For Climbing Roses: Cut flowering canes back by one-third or one-half.
- For smaller roses and miniature bushes: Cut back to 2 to 4 inches.
Our garden blog has some great info on rose pruning: When Do I Prune My Roses?
Where is the best place to plant a Rose bush?
Planting Rose bushes in the right spot makes all the difference. To make the most of your garden roses, meet the following requirements:
- Full sun, with at least six hours a day
- Well-drained site
- Rich, organic soil
- Good air circulation
- Consistent water
What is the difference between a bush rose and shrub rose?
The terms rose bush and rose shrub are sometimes used interchangeably, although they are technically two different things. An actual shrub rose is a vigorously growing plant that is larger and not as tidy in form as a bush rose. Heirloom roses and old-fashioned varieties usually fall into the shrub rose category.
Whatever type of roses you admire, they’re apt to be waiting for you in the selection of roses for sale at Nature Hills Nursery. Place your order today.