Peach Rose Bushes for Sale Online

An American classic, peach rose bushes offer so many benefits that you might not get with other bushes or shrubs. They offer tons of variety in size, shape, and color! With all their different variations, you are bound to find one that fits in with your garden perfectly. They are extremely versatile; you can use them as a ground cover, hedge, bush, container plant, and even as a beautifully cut flower. Let's not forget, rose bushes are stunning plants in every garden with their rich orange-pink hues, not to mention they smell incredible. Adding a rose bush to your garden instantly adds a wonderful aroma that you will experience every blooming season for years to come.

How to Care for Rose Bushes


We recommend adding a well-balanced fertilizer to your bushes once a month between April and July. In May and June try adding a tablespoon of Epsom salt to your fertilizer! This salt contains magnesium sulfate and will help promote even more healthy new growth. 


Roses do very well when they are mulched. This will encourage healthy growth, reduce stress, and conserve any moisture. All you need is about a 2 to 4-inch layer of mulch, grass clippings, shredded bark, etc. around the base of your shrubs. Make sure you leave a one-inch space between the base and the mulch. 


During the dry, hot summer months rose bushes love to be watered. Water your bushes at least 2 times a week and soak their entire root zone each time. Even though your roses love water, be careful not to overwater them. Overwatering them will cause root rot because they will be in too much water. Also, if you overwater them right before winter you could damage your shrub for their next blooming season. Reduce the amount of water you give your plants in the cooler fall months. 


Keeping up with the maintenance of your rose bushes calls for a regular pruning routine. Remove any deadwood, diseased parts, and deadhead any flowers. Keep a lookout for any diseases or infestations on your shrubs. Your rose bushes are very hardy plants but they are not invincible to root rot or black spots if you're not careful. 


Spacing depends on the type of rose bush you purchase, but for the most part, it is important to plant them with far enough space to grow to their fully mature size. It is also crucial to your plant's success to only plant them during the spring.

Winterizing Your Peach Rose Bushes 

It is crucial to halt any fertilizing about 6 weeks before the first frost of the winter season. You can continue to water your rose bushes through any dry fall weather. This will be great preparation for your bushes during their winter dormancy period. We recommend not pruning your shrubs in the fall or winter to avoid removing and new growth ready to bud the next growing season. However, you can remove any obvious deceased or dead canes very carefully. To avoid any overwintering, clean up around your rose beds. Finally, add mulch or any compost around your roses after a few touches of frost but before the ground freezes. 

When you need Peach Rose Bushes, check out the many varieties available through Garden Goods Direct. As America's number one online nursery, we make sure that garden lovers everywhere can order our carefully inspected plants easily online with the click of a button. We ship our plants and trees across the country, meaning you can stock up on as many as you need to fill your landscape with color and fragrance. Shop our selection of Woodie's approved Peach Rose Buses online today! 

Types of Peach Rose Bushes 

Knock Out Rose Bushes

  • Peachy Knock Out 
  • Coral Knock Out

Drift Rose Bushes

  • Apricot Drift Rose
  • Coral Drift Rose
  • Peach Drift Rose

Oso Easy Rose Bushes

  • Oso Easy Paprika 
  • Oso Easy Mango Salsa