Video: Rose Trees Perfect for Patios

Sarah Logie — Nov 10

Rose Trees are a great addition to patios and porches, as well as landscapes, adding height and color to those tight spaces needing a little love! Learn about three of our favorite Rose Trees from one of our Plant Experts, Meredith. From gorgeous, single variety roses to unique, two-in-one combos, there's a Rose Tree for every style and preference!

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    Three Favorite Rose Trees
    Plant Expert, Meredith, discusses some of her favorite Rose Trees!

    Livin' Easy™ and Easy-Going™ Two-fer® Rose Tree
    Livin' Easy™ and Easy-Going™ Two-fer® Rose Tree

    Julia Child and Ebb Tide™ Two-fer® Rose Tree
    Julia Child and Ebb Tide™ Two-fer® Rose Tree

    Miracle on the Hudson™ Rose Tree
    Miracle on the Hudson™ Rose Tree

    Full Transcript: Rose Trees Perfect for Patios

    Hi, my name is Meredith, and I'm surrounded by our rose trees. I love rose trees and especially from us because they are pre-shaped, so you don't have to do any training of the rose - they come right pre-shaped into that tree form, so you can just plant it right into your garden.

    I think these would add lovely height to your garden, as well as maybe in a backdrop or next to a patio. We have some lovely options for you, but this one I think is my favorite. There's actually two roses that grow on one tree, so this one's our Livin' Easy™ and Easy-Going™ Two-fer® Rose Tree, and as you can see we have the dual color rose right here, and the pop of yellow.

    Over here is our Julia Child and Ebb Tide™ Two-fer® Rose Tree. Again same as this one - two roses in one, so it doesn't take any more room up in your garden, but why not add another rose variety.

    If you're looking for just a singular rose kind, we do have the singular rose tree form. This one's the Miracle on the Hudson™ Rose Tree. Love this rose, and you might see a bit of color variation with any of our roses just depending on your climate or maybe the age of the bloom, but it will even out with time.

    These roses are very easy to take care of, and I think they would be a lovely addition. You can shop all of these varieties and more on and you can also call in and speak to our Plant Experts, and they'll be happy to help you.

    Sarah Logie

    As Content Strategist at, Sarah is smitten with words and a fanatic for flowers, particularly cut florals and house plants. With a love for curating compelling content, she also enjoys furthering her plant knowledge along the way! A few of her favorite flowers include hibiscus, hydrangeas, peonies and dahlias.

    Sarah’s fondness for plants was cultivated through many childhood trips to Longwood Gardens in southeastern Pennsylvania, as well as through her first job out of college at a floral event design company. In her free time, catch her snapping photos of anything and everything, day-dreaming about interior decor, and enjoying the outdoors any chance she gets.

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