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Double Knock Out® Rose298 reviewsStarting at $21.95
Knock Out® Rose Tree210 reviewsStarting at $74.95
Pink Knock Out® Rose Tree154 reviewsStarting at $64.95
Sunny Knock Out® Rose Tree79 reviewsStarting at $79.95
White Knock Out® Rose33 reviewsStarting at $109.95
Julia Child Rose14 reviewsStarting at $109.95
Double Pink Knock Out® Rose60 reviewsStarting at $59.95
Red Drift® Rose11 reviewsStarting at $64.95
Popcorn Drift® Rose39 reviewsStarting at $129.95
Pinkerbelle™ Rose6 reviewsStarting at $119.95
Ketchup and Mustard Rose Shrub16 reviewsStarting at $154.95
Sweet Drift® Rose33 reviewsStarting at $84.95
Marc Chagall™ Rose5 reviewsStarting at $119.95
Don Juan Climbing Rose12 reviewsStarting at $149.95
Pink Drift® Rose8 reviewsStarting at $74.95
Oso Easy® Double Red Rose3 reviewsStarting at $104.95
Twilight Rose Shrub2 reviewsStarting at $139.95
Pretty Polly® Pink RoseStarting at $74.95
Queen Elizabeth Rose13 reviewsStarting at $169.95
Euphoria® Rose Shrub2 reviewsStarting at $99.95
Peach Drift® Rose51 reviewsSold Out
Eyeconic® Mango Lemonade Rose3 reviewsSold Out
Maurice Utrillo™ Rose Tree1 reviewsSold Out
Eyeconic® Plum Lemonade RoseSold Out
Rose Plants: Growing Roses and More
Stunning green foliage meets months of carefree color, making our roses second to none! When you order your roses from Fast Growing Trees, you get months of hardy, carefree blooms in a rainbow of colors you'll love for your homescape. Cut and bring them indoors to enjoy the fragrance, experience multicolor blooms in your backyard, or plant them in containers next to your entryways...no matter where you place your roses, guests and neighbors will be talking!
How to Plant Roses
Specific planting directions will depend on the variety you choose, from the Drift to the Knock Out®, but most roses like full to partial sun (3 to 6 hours of sun per day) and well-drained soil.
When you're ready to plant your roses, dig a hole large enough to accommodate your shrub's root ball (with some room to grow), place your rose and backfill the soil. Finally, water the surrounding soil to settle the roots, and you're ready to grow.
How to Care for Roses
Long-term care for roses couldn't be simpler. Start by establishing a solid watering schedule for your new roses. Generally, we recommend watering once or twice weekly, but if you’re not sure when to water, check your surrounding soil about 2 inches down. If it feels dry here, it's time to water your roses.