Become a Rose Expert in One Class!
Get your roses ready and rarin' to go with expert Cristin Fusano on Sat., January 11 at 11 am!

New Year's Greetings Garden Friends! It's time for our annual Rosarian cram session with our favorite rose expert, Horticulturalist Cristin Fusano on Saturday, January 11 at 11 am! And you definitely don't want to miss it because NOW is the perfect time to prune and prep for a stellar Spring!

Coming all the way from Southern California, Cristin not only covers the theory behind Winter rose pruning, but tells us exactly where to cut and why. She'll bust myths and build your knowledge on watering, feeding, grooming and pest control – ie: everything you need to grow strong, healthy bushes that produce beautiful blooms and vigorous canes.

Come early – RAIN OR SHINE – for a great seat and complimentary snacks! We'll hold a FREE RAFFLE and give away some of our favorite old-fashioned roses! Just be here by 11 am to nab a raffle ticket.

“Blue Rose”

Great news rose lovers: Here's a chance to grab some of our FAVORITE varieties grown on their own rootstock – never grafted – for extra vigorosity!
Rosa 'Golden Celebration' Rosa 'Golden Celebration'
Rosa 'Golden Celebration'
The GOLD STANDARD of roses and our absolute nursery favorite! Massive clusters of 5" super-double cupped blooms open a bright cheerful yellow come Mother's Day and keep going all the way to Fall on this exceptional David Austin shrub! Exuding a heavenly tea rose scent, it forms an attractive, dense 4' x 4' shrub with gently arching branches. To see and smell it is to love it!
Rosa ‘Grandmother’s Hat’ Rosa ‘Grandmother’s Hat’
Rosa ‘Grandmother’s Hat’
An absolute MUST-HAVE! This wildly-popular and almost impossible-to-find hybrid rose was first discovered in an abandoned garden in San Jose by the late Barbara Worl. Vigorous and easy to grow, heat and drought tolerant, disease resistant and floriferous in the extreme, it's everything you want in a rose! Blooms as early as February, keeps going intermittently all the way to Fall with a spicy scent.
Rosa 'Phyllis Bide' Rosa 'Phyllis Bide'
Rosa 'Phyllis Bide'
A gorgeous old-fashioned rambling rose (1929) blooming SPRING thru FALL! Perfect for quickly festooning a fence or trellis, prays of ruffly double blooms open a vivid salmon pink then fade to white with a pink blush. To 15', flexible stems are easy to prune or tie. Disease free! Hardy USDA zone 6.
Rosa ‘Veilchenblau’ “Blue Rose” Rosa 'Duchesse de Brabant'
Rosa ‘Veilchenblau’ “Blue Rose”
As close to a blue rose as you can wish for! A multiflora rambler introduced in 1909, this vigorous and disease-free beauty is right at home by the foggy SF Bay. Can reach 15’ with semi-double, fragrant blooms. Hardy USDA zone 5.
Rosa 'Duchesse de Brabant'
A big, beautiful, romantic antique rose (1857) without the fuss! Heavenly 4” shell pink flowers appear Spring thru Fall! Classic tea scent. To 5’ x 6’, it can be pruned to suit almost any garden. Adaptable, disease resistant. Hardy USDA zone 7.
Rosa 'Carefree Delight' Rosa 'Lace Cascade'
Rosa 'Carefree Delight'
NON-STOP BLOOM on a highly disease resistant shrub make this the go-to rose in our display gardens. To 5’x 5’ with glossy foliage and graceful arching canes. Evergreen in mild climates. Not fussy about soil, hardy to USDA zone 4. Drought and deer resistant!
Rosa 'Lace Cascade'
So aptly named, dense clusters of pristine white blooms cascade dramatically and abundantly down this climbing beauty. Quickly reaching 7-10' tall and 4-5' across, it's easy, disease resistant and – since it blooms on old and new wood – a reliable repeat bloomer! Hardy USDA zone 5.

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