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2024 Roses


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Key Terms:

Wd – Well drained
CTS – Continuous
W – Woodland
HR – Humus Rich
DH – Deadhead

Roses require rich soil…Use fertilizer recommended for Roses as it contains necessary trace mineral that will produce good results; water regularly & deep.

Hardy Shrub Roses tolerate a wide range of conditions, but usually prefer an open site in full sun.

BOLD – indicates new this year!

Blaze Climber Climber train canes back & forth on trellis 4 more blooms, best red, blooms spring to fall, after established prune back lateral stem
Aurora Borealis™ shrub 3'h- features black spot resistance and winter hardiness across Canada. Sunset Pink - CTS
Carefree Sunshine™ climber 3-4'- Everblooming. DH, fragrant
Carpet Pink Supreme Flower ® climber 10' fully double; repeat blooming; Hyb T; soft Peaarl Pink; lightly fragrant
Carpet Red Flower ® GC/Shrub 18" Fully double bright white flowers begin blooming in spring and display a season-long show.
Carpet Yellow GC/Shrub 3x3'; large sprays of attractive yellow flowers that will not fade in the sun. A mid-season that repeats throughout the season. This mildly fragrant,
Catherine Hershey™ floribunda 3'- carefree & tough Soft peach, long blooming with a quick repeat & with a hint of Lemon and spice
Dee-Lish® Hyb T Large, 4" across, fully double Deep Pink. Very strong fragrance of Verbena & Citrus
Easy Going™ floribunda 3-5'- brighter green foliage and a delectable peachy golden yellow color that holds to the very end. Peach/Yellow; mild honey fragrance
Icecap™ floribunda 30" x 42" a repeat bloomer; a dense flush of pure white, ruffled, cupped flowers on a compact, rounded shrub,
Julia Child floribunda 4 x4' - CTS Luscious Butter-yellow 4" blooms and licorice-like scent
Knock Out Peachy shrub CTS all season until late in fall compact shrub which produces abundant clusters of semi double shell pink blooms up to 3" across
Kosmos Fairy Tale™ floribunda 3-4', upright blooms in large clusters of medium-to-large, very full, creamy white with peachy centre;Repeats, fragrant
Lady In Red climber 10'-a neat and compact climber that produce large displays of huge ruffled dark red flowers. Blooms do not fade. Slightly fragrant;
Lemon Meringue climber 6-8'; repeats, very fragrant yellow; blooms on NU wood so prune very early
Marmalade Skies floribunda 3 x 3'- re blooming, brilliant orange semi double, slightly fragrant
Maxi Vita® floribunda 3' x 2'w- Semi-double blooms of charming orange- with a yellow-orange base produce waves of colour in the garden throughout the season. No fragrance
Nicolas climber 4' semi double deep red , fragrant flowers bloom freely in mid-season with fall repeat.Mild fragrance
Night Owl™ climber 10-14'- a deep, wine-purple Climbing Rose with large clusters of single spicy, clove-scented blooms , a repeat bloomer
Prima Donna grandflora 5-6'- high-centered 4-5" deep pink double flowers on long stems. Reflexed petals; fragrance sweet
Queen Elizabeth grandflora 5-7'- Heirloom Rose- Soft Pink, lightly frangrant. Very highly sought after by Rose gardners NEEDS FULL SUN
Rosa Rugosa shrub 6'- very hardy bright pink,fragrant blooms in summer & intermittenly; remove spent blooms for better blooms but not after early August to allow hips
Rosie the Riveter™ floribunda 3 x 3'- Heirloom CTS Fully double deep orange gold. Moderate fruitty spicy fragrance.
Royal City floribunda 4'- CTS, spring to frost. Salmon/Pink. Grows with incredible vigor mild fragrance
Sexy Rexy floribunda 3' -Heirloom, lightly fragrant. 3.5" blooms of Soft Pink
Sonnenwelt™ Shrub 5'-vibrant apricot flowers imbued in a rich fragrance. Repeat bloomer
Tangerine Skies Arborose climber 8' - Heirloom, rapid climber, delightful strong scent, Bright mango-Tangerine double blooms
Yukon Sun™ shrub 3' - Compact early CTS Bright Yellow, slight fragrance
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Helpful Hints

Use a proper Rose fertilizer for best results and don’t splash water on the leaves. Roses are heavy feeders and require a water soluble fertilizer like PEI fish fertilizer or other water soluble every three weeks. Always make sure that the liquid goes right to the root. This is good info for any plant!  Top dressing would be much better and we recommend this as roses are heavy feeders. The proper roses food suggested is made specifically for roses and contains the necessary trace elements needed by the plant to perform well.

Floribundas/Austins are continuous bloomers. Add a handful of Epsom Salts every 2-3 weeks. Apply on the drip line.

Climbing /Rugosa/Minature/Hedging roses blooms on old wood. If you prune in the spring you will have no flowers that season.

Growing climbing roses requires training as they will usually grow quite wayward. Use a good sturdy trellis & ties that will degrade over the years. The plant must be tied as it grow & some pruning will be required to keep the plant in a somewhat reasonable size. A dead tree would be a perfect trellis.

Perhaps Rugosa Rose is the most popular species used for hedging. It is dense, hardy, colorful & has healthy foliage.

Hybrid T/Grandifloras/Floribundas/English roses need to be cut back to 8-12″ from the ground in the very very late fall/early winter[toavoid the wind shaking the roots loose]. If you prune too early in the fall they can think it is spring and start to put out new growth which of course will freeze out.

Black Spot & powdery mildew -use a fungicide-Defender is a good rose product for rose care.

Don’t water on the leaves and be especially careful when the sun is out. Defender is a good product for rose care.

Clay soil is usually recommended for planting because of it’s ability to hold water. You will have to use organic matter to make your soil more pliable Two sources would be ‘real’ old fashion aged manure is the best [or store bought stuff would work but no cheapies]or compost, always well broken down. Peat moss is always a valuable soil conditioner. Roses must have a consistent supply of water and nutrients to grow.