Seasonal Bare Root Roses

Season: January - May

Bare Root Roses are naturally seasonal, shipping between January and May, depending on your location. Arriving in their domant state without foliage or soil, bare roots roses will establish quickly once planted.



Bare root season by state

For estimated shipping to your location please enter your zip code on any product page.

The bare root rose season below is shown by state but shipping may vary within season by location. We only ship our roses when it is the right time to plant and for this reason shipping times may be affected by weather and may vary by location.

Roses should not be planted in drought, freezing or waterlogged conditions.

Bare Root Season State

January - February

Florida, Hawaii

January - March

California*

January - April

Arizona*, Nevada*

February - March

Alabama, Arkansas, California, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Washington

February - April

Oregon*, Washington*

March - April

Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Missouri, New Jersey, New Mexico, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Utah, Virginia, West Virginia

March - May

Idaho*, New York*

April - May

Colorado, Iowa, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, North Dakota, South Dakota, Vermont, Wisconsin, Wyoming

* Please enter your zip code as shipping timings vary within state.

 

Bare root roses soaking
Bare root roses soaking

Why are Bare Root Roses great?

Seasonal, Traditional, Sustainable, Easy to Grow.

Our freshly harvested bare root roses provide a traditional and sustainable way to plant roses, establishing over the spring ready to display their unique and colorful character come summer.

How will my bare root rose arrive?

Bare root roses are packaged in a cardboard box with no plastic pot. They arrive in a dormant state without foliage or soil but will bloom come summer.

LET US SHOW YOU HOW to PLANT BARE ROOT ROSES

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HOW TO PLANT A BARE ROOT ROSE IN A POT

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HOW TO PLANT A BARE ROOT ROSE IN A BORDER


Advice on how to care for your roses

Feeding and Mulching Roses

Feeding and mulching provides your rose with key nutrients and protection to keep it healthy.

The Basics of Growing Roses

The best way to keep your plants free from pests and diseases is to grow them as well as possible.

PLANTING DISTANCES

Design your perfect garden, filled with healthy and thriving roses, using our rose expert's simple rules when planting your roses.

Pruning roses

Create shapely and attractive roses using our guide to pruning English shrub roses.