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Roses for Sale at Garden Goods Direct
Rose bushes, climbing roses, and hybrid teas create a classically romantic look for your home, with their graceful beauty and variety of colors. These flowering shrubs complement both formal and informal gardens, adding a level of class to any home.
Garden Goods Direct offers an extensive selection of low-maintenance rose bushes, so you can buy what fits your needs online. On top of our variety of shrub rose and climbing rose options, we offer the advice you need to grow them in your garden.
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What Types of Roses Are There?
It may come as a surprise that many varieties of roses are quite easy to grow and maintain, resulting in a beautiful shrub that can serve as both a centerpiece and a border for the rest of your garden. With dense foliage and vivid blooms, rose bushes from Garden Goods Direct are the best you can find, with varieties including:
- Drift Roses: These ground cover roses are easy to care for and disease resistant. Pairing well with nearly all perennials, the Drift series of roses bloom through the summer and is highly resistant to diseases found in most roses and flowering shrubs, like black spot and rot.
- Knock Out Roses: Knockout roses are another line of compact shrub rose — they typically grow between three and four feet tall and just as wide. They’re also extremely hardy, warding off black spot, drought, and other common garden problems.
- Oso Easy Roses: As a starter rose plant, you might try Oso Easy Roses. Like all the roses listed above, Oso Easy Roses are highly disease resistant and easy to care for. Serving as a low hedge or edging, you can incorporate Oso Easy Roses into any landscape.
How Do You Care for Your Roses?
You should plant all roses in the spring and give them enough room to grow. The exact amount of room they need depends on the species of plant, but other care factors remain somewhat similar. Roses typically need about two inches of water a week and regular fertilization throughout the blooming cycle to support healthy growth. Mulching is also an excellent idea to help retain soil moisture.
Maintaining roses and vines also involves pruning, which mostly means deadheading flowers, removing deadwood, and destroying any old or diseased plant materials. Always watch out for any signs of disease or infestation — though roses are very hardy plants, rot, and black spots can occur if you’re not paying attention.
For specific details on the proper care and keeping of your rose and vine plants, check the instructions or contact Garden Goods Direct to speak with a nursery expert.
Buy Your Roses from Garden Goods Direct Today
If you want to try growing one of the roses in your garden, order online with Garden Goods Direct. As the number one online nursery in America, we offer an incredible variety of plants through a secure online ordering process. Each plant earns Woodie’s Seal of Approval, so you can be sure you’re getting a good, quality purchase.
With a few clicks, your roses will be set for delivery directly to your doorstep. Order from Garden Goods Direct today to get your rose plants!