Yellow and White Rose Bushes for Sale Online

The rarest of the roses are the white and yellow. Their soft colors brighten up your space and contrast to the dense dark foliage that surrounds them. A classic garden favorite, the rose bush is elegant and easy to take care of, making them a staple of any garden in the central grow zones of the country.

How to Care for Rose Bushes


The most important thing to remember when planting and spacing your rose bushes is to give them plenty of space to grow to full maturity. Spacing depends on exactly what type of rose bush you buy of course! Also, it is crucial to plant your bush in the spring, this is important for its success. 


We recommend you use mulch around your roses to encourage healthy growth, reduce stress, and conserve water. Apply a 2 to 4-inch later of mulch as well as grass clippings, shredded bark, etc. around the base of the bush. Make sure you leave about an inch of space between the base stem and then mulch. 


Pruning is essential for the growth and appearance of your rose bush. We recommend a regular maintenance schedule that involves, deadheading flowers, removing any deadwood, and removing any diseased parts of your bush. Watch out for any infestations or diseases too. Even though rose bushes are hardy, they can still get root rot or black spots if not carefully watched.


Between April and July, fertilize your rose bushes once each month. We recommend adding an organic, well-balanced fertilizer like Espoma Bio-Tone Starter Plus as a great option. Between May and June mix in an additional tablespoon of Epson salt with your fertilizer. Magnesium sulfate in the salt will promote new growth. 


Roses love to be watered especially during the hot and dry summer months. Water at least twice a week by soaking their entire root zone. Yes, roses love water but do not make the mistake of overwatering them. This could end up causing root rot because their roots will be in too much water. In the fall, we recommend you water your plants less frequently since the weather is much cooler. If you accidentally overwater your shrub before winter, you could ruin your plant from blossoming the following blooming season.  

Winterizing Your Rose Bushes

Stop any fertilization about 6 weeks before the first frost of the winter season. You can, however, continue to water your rose bushes during dry fall weather to prepare them for their dormancy period in winter. Also, do not prune your bushes in the fall or winter. It is okay to gently remove any dead or diseased canes. Cleaning up the rose beads will help prevent any diseases caused by overwintering. You can help your plant by adding mulch or compost around the roses after a couple of frosts but before the ground completely freezes. 

When you need Yellow and White Rose Buses, 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 Rose Bushes online today!

Types of Yellow and White Rose Bushes

Knock Out Rose Bushes

  • Sunny Knock Out

Drift Rose Bushes

  • Popcorn Drift Rose
  • Lemon Drift Rose
  • White Drift Rose

Oso Easy Rose Bushes

  • Oso Easy Lemon Zest
  • Oso Easy Italian Ice

Tea Rose Bushes

  • Hybrid Tea 'St. Patrick' Yellow

  • Sunny Sky Eleganza Yellow

Floribunda Rose Bushes

  • Easter Basket Floribunda