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Rose City of York
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Climbing Rose City of York (for spring 2021)

$45.00
Fragrant climbing rose. Very vigorous and disease resistant. Flower Colour: White Flower Form: 3-4″ (8-10cm) Double Flowering Period: Spring – Early Summer Mature Height: 10-15′(2-5m) Planting Aspect: Full Sun Cold Tolerance: USDA Zone 5 Plant size: 1-gallon pot Pick up in Halifax in spring 2021 (not available by mail).
Rose Dublin Bay
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Climbing Rose Dublin Bay (for spring 2021). Reblooms.

$39.00
Spectacular flowers! Dublin Bay rose is slightly fragrant and free flowering. Mildew resistant. Flower Color: Scarlet Flower Form: 3-4″ (8-10cm) Double Flowering Period: Late Spring – Fall (reblooms) Mature Height: 7-10′(2-3m) Pruning Requirement: Light Pruning Planting Aspect: Full Sun Cold Tolerance: USDA Zone 5 Plant size: 1-gallon pot Pick up in Halifax in spring 2021 (not available by mail).
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Climbing Rose Goldener Olymp (for Spring 2021)

$45.00
Very vigorous and disease resistant. Blooms from early summer to fall. Flower Color: Golden Orange Flower Form: 3-4″ (8-10cm) Double Flowering Period: Summer – Fall Mature Height: 7-10′(2-3m) Planting Aspect: Full Sun Cold Tolerance: USDA Zone 5 Plant size: 1-gallon pot Pick up in Halifax in spring 2021 (not available by mail).
Rose Moody Blue
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Moody Blue Rose (Hybrid Tea) (for Spring 2021)

$34.00$39.00
Moody Blue is a stunning rose with intense blue-lilac flowers. Large double blooms fade to silvery lavender. Grows to about 1 meter tall (~3-3.5 ft). Available as a bare root plant or in pots. Won't be mailed. Pick up in Halifax. Bare root pick-up: Bare root plants need to be picked up and planted within 2-3 days of their arrival to us. Bare root roses are tentatively arriving in the first week of May, but this may vary by a couple of days. A notification of roses arriving will be posted on our Facebook page about 1-2 weeks ahead of time. Roses can be planted in the garden in early May; they are hardy and won't mind an occasional night freeze. For the peace of mind, a frost cover (or an old bedsheet) can be thrown over them in cool weather. If you might not be able to pick up and plant your rose promptly, consider selecting "potted plant" option instead. Planting information and growing guide: https://halifaxperennials.ca/growing-guides        
Graham Thomas Rose is a yellow, fragrant David Austin rose.
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Graham Thomas Rose (David Austin) (for Spring 2021)

$57.00$63.00
Graham Thomas Rose was voted World's Favourite Rose by 41 rose societies in 2009. Recipient of the prestigious awards like Award of Garden Merit (1993), James Mason Award (2000), among others. Very disease resistant. Excellent repeat bloomer: blooms from late spring until frost. Lovely fragrance with hints of tea. Can grow in full sun or partial shade; can tolerate areas with 3-4 hours of sun or those in dappled shade. USDA hardiness zone: 5. Survives the winter in Halifax area and Yarmouth. In other areas: after the first hard frost, pile up about a foot of soil around the base of the rose. It survives most winters, but once every few years the top growth can be lost, but it will regrow. Graham Thomas Rose can be grown in a large container. Protect in a heated garage over the winter, unless planted directly in the ground. Available as a bare root plant or in pots. Won't be mailed. Pick up in Halifax. Bare root pick-up: Bare root plants need to be picked up and planted within 2-3 days of their arrival to us. Tentatively, in the first week of May, but may vary by a couple of days. A notification of roses arriving will be posted on our Facebook page about 1-2 weeks ahead of time. Roses can be planted in the garden in early May; they are hardy and won't mind an occasional night freeze. If you might not be able to pick up and plant your rose promptly, consider selecting "potted plant" option instead. Planting information and growing guide: https://halifaxperennials.ca/growing-guides  
Abraham Darby David Austin rose
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Abraham Darby Rose (David Austin) (for Spring 2021)

$57.00$63.00
Abraham Darby rose is a very prolific bloomer. If you deadhead the spent blooms, it will bloom throughout the entire growing season. Strong fruity fragrance. Prefers a location in full sun. USDA hardiness zone: 5. Survives the winter in Halifax area and Yarmouth. In other areas: after the first hard frost, pile up about a foot of soil around the base of the rose. It survives most winters, but once every few years the top growth can be lost, but it will regrow. Available as a bare root plant or in pots. Won’t be mailed. Pick up in Halifax. Bare root pick-up: Bare root plants need to be picked up and planted within 2-3 days of their arrival to us. Tentatively, in the first week of May, but may vary by a couple of days. A notification of roses arriving will be posted on our Facebook page about 1-2 weeks ahead of time. Roses can be planted in the garden in early May; they are hardy and won’t mind an occasional night freeze. If you might not be able to pick up and plant your rose promptly, consider selecting “potted plant” option instead. Planting information and growing guide: https://halifaxperennials.ca/growing-guides
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Climbing rose Eden
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Climbing Rose Eden (for Spring 2021)

$34.00$39.00
Large, old fashioned blooms with a blend of pastels, creams and yellows. Vigorous climber. Reblooms. Available for spring 2020 as a bare root plant or in a pot (choose an option). Early bird discount is valid until October 31. Roses won't be available by mail. Pick up in Halifax.   Any bare root roses should be picked up within 1-2 days of arrival to us. You will be notified of the pick-up dates ahead of time via email or phone (a day in late April to early May). Upon pick-up, bare root roses should be planted right away or temporarily planted in a pot. If the order is not picked up on time, the rose will be potted for you to keep it from drying out, and you will be charged a potting fee. Potted roses can be picked up within a week or two of their arrival (until May 16 or so). Planting a bare root rose: Soak the roots (or the whole rose) for an hour or two. Dig up a hole twice as deep and wide as the rose root ball. Add some good soil and compost, mix well and water well. Plant rose in the wet soil mix. Water weekly unless there was a good amount of rain or the weather is hot and dry. Top-dress with compost twice a year: each spring and summer; alternatively, rose fertilizer can be used.
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Climbing Rose Golden Showers. Award-winning, long-blooming.

$34.00$39.00
Golden Showers rose is a continuous bloomer spring through fall. Can tolerate some shade. Deadheading encourages continued bloom. Excellent cut flower. Awards: 1957 All-America Rose Selection (the most prestigious rose award in the USA). Available for spring 2020 as a bare root plant or in a pot (choose an option). Early bird discount is valid until October 31. Roses won't be available by mail. Pick up in Halifax.   Any bare root roses should be picked up within 1-2 days of arrival to us. You will be notified of the pick-up dates ahead of time via email or phone (a day in late April to early May). Upon pick-up, bare root roses should be planted right away or temporarily planted in a pot. If the order is not picked up on time, the rose will be potted for you to keep it from drying out, and you will be charged a potting fee. Potted roses can be picked up within a week or two of their arrival (until May 16 or so). Planting a rose: If the rose is in a pot, water it well; if it is bare root, soak the roots (or the whole rose) for an hour or two. Dig up a hole twice as deep and wide as the rose root ball. Add some good soil and compost, mix well and water well. Plant rose in the wet soil mix. Carefully spread the roots in different directions. Water weekly unless there was a good amount of rain or the weather is hot and dry. Top-dress with compost twice a year: each spring and summer; alternatively, rose fertilizer can be used.
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David Austin roses pre-order

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