Rose Trees

Rose Trees

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Glorious Roses fill your life with the thrill of discovery. You'll want to visit your Roses every day to see what is happening.

With one (or more!) of our special Rose tree plants…the big, bold, beautiful blooms you love are held up high. Go ahead and gaze at these eye-level roses.

We're so excited to offer these Rose trees for your garden. Call them a focal point...keep them as a "Thriller" in a container...or give them as welcome gifts.

Our Must-Have Rose Trees are Expertly-Crafted

Our world-class Rose growing team takes exceptional care with our gorgeous Rose bush trees. We select the hottest, most popular Roses on the market.

A Rose tree is a Rose bush that has been grafted onto another stalk for strength and stability so it will grow as a tree. The Rose bush is grafted onto a central cane; sometimes they are called Rose standards.

Typically, our team grafts these high-quality Roses onto a 36-inch standard. But we sometimes have small Rose tree plants for sale, so be sure to click each photo to read the details on our available inventory.

Over time, your beautiful Rose tree will grow into a showy specimen. No one walks past a Rose tree without stopping to take a long look!

Rose Trees Are an Easy and Effective Way to Decorate Your Landscape

Patios and Rose trees are a match made in heaven. Grow yours front and center in a high-profile place to maximize your enjoyment.

Imagine a pair of cool-toned kisses of color flanking either side of your walkway. Arctic Blue Floribunda Rose Tree elevates the experience of entry.

This generous Rose produces spicy-scented iced lavender blooms with a cool cream reverse. Put them to work for you, and you'll set the stage for a fun garden tour!

Even beginning gardeners can enjoy the health and vigor of Take it Easy Rose Tree from Jazz up your balcony or porch with a thrilling container.

How cunning to raise up the poised, pointed crimson petals with their hot pink reverse. You'll definitely lose yourself in the elegant heart of this Rose.

A Rose tree will add color and structure to your landscape. It will look terrific on a patio or front porch because of its decorative tree-form to show off the fragrant blossoms.

Tree Roses also make terrific centerpieces for a small garden. Add height and incredible two-toned color with Two-Fer Brilliant Pink Iceberg and Iceberg Rose Tree.

Can I Keep a Rose Tree in a Container?

Yes, our Rose trees can be grown in oversized outdoor containers very successfully for many years. It's easy to lavish your attention on this important accent.

But luckily, you won't have to spend much time to maintain them. The trick is to choose a pot that is at least 20-inches in diameter to give the root ball room to grow.

Ensure your pot has great may need to drill a few more holes in the bottom. Keep it in a sunny spot and provide consistent water.

Let the perky tones of Hot Cocoa Rose Tree buds and blooms wake you up in the morning. You'll have plenty of blooms to snip for indoor arrangements, too!

You might be amazed how visually pleasing a collection of Rose trees would be in your patio planting bed. Try a curve of three, five or seven to create a charming garden feature.

Of course, you can also mix and match Rose bushes with your Rose tree. Try an underplanting of Groundcover Roses for a picture-perfect arrangement of blooms, blooms and more blooms!

Rose Tree Care Tips

Get the look you want without the rigorous care of old-fashioned cultivars. We make it easy, because we start with improved modern Rose bushes.

The standard is nice and straight and grows into a durable tree. If you can, it's best to find a sheltered spot away from windy or highly exposed sites; or use our Dewitt Tree Support Stake Kit while your Rose tree is young.

Full sun is best for Roses, and our tree-form is no different. Plant Rose trees where they receive at least six hours of sunlight a day.

Rich, well-drained soil is also important for this special plant. If your soil stays "soggy" after a rainfall...bring in additional soil for a raised bed or planting mound.

You'll know it's time to prune as your growing Rose starts to emerge from dormancy each year in early spring. Simply pull on your sturdy leather gloves to trim all the branches...leaving a 6-inch ball of stems each spring to grow out once again in a luxurious season.

Keep the top and the bottom balanced when pruning. Take your time and enjoy the process...spring is here once again!

Learn All About Rose Care at the #ProPlantTips Garden Blog >>

Why Buy Your Rose Bush Trees from

Don't waste your time or energy searching high and low for Rose trees for sale. Save your sanity by searching our site to easily find what you're looking for online.

Place your order any time of year. We'll hold your order until the time is right for planting in your area...then email you the shipper's tracking number.

Track your sturdy box right to your door. You'll be so delighted by your refined Rose tree.

Go ahead and give it a name. A Rose tree will become a cherished "plant pet" for your family!