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Roses

2021 CATALOGUE

Our 2021 catalogue is now ready for spring ordering!

 

Send us an email (russellnursery@telus.net) or phone us at 250-656-0384 with your pre-orders.

 

Sorry, but we do not offer mail order service and cannot ship bare root or potted roses.

 

Roses arrive at the nursery in late February as bare-root plants and are ready to be planted at that time.  We sell most of our roses this way, but we also grow roses in containers to be available in May and June.

We carry David Austin, Pan American and Weeks roses and place our orders with these suppliers in mid summer for the following year.

For more general information about our roses please see our Rose Information page.

 

Pricing for 2021

Shrubs and Climbers:
Bare root: $29.99
5 gallon potted: $39.99
Flower Carpet:
Bare root: $19.99
2 gallon potted: $29.99
David Austin:
Bare root: $39.99
5 gallon potted: $49.99
Tree Roses (potted):
Patio: $59.00
36″: $89.00
David Austin: $89.00

 

MARILYN MONROE: Hybrid Tea

H: 4-5’ x S: 2-3’ Most unusual buds of apricot washed with green on the outermost petals open to big buxom blooms of creamy apricot. A gown of deep green leaves graces the cutting length stems. The best apricot for hot weather and long lasting as a cut flower.

MARY ROSE: David Austin

H: 4-5′ x S: 3′ Attractive, loose-petalled rose pink blooms. One of the most popular of the English Roses. It starts blooming early in the spring, repeats well and has a delicious Old Rose scent. Strong growth on a well-formed shrub.

MOLINEUX: David Austin

H: 3’ x S: 2’ Beautiful rich yellow rosettes continue all season. Even upright growth and little or no disease. It has a characteristic Tea Rose fragrance with a musky background.

MR. LINCOLN: Hybrid Tea

H: 5-8′ x 3-5′  Velvety, dark red flowers with a powerful damask rose fragrance on long stems make the perfect cutting rose. To encourage the long stems- in spring cut all canes back by two-thirds to a bud that is pointing outward from the center of the bush. As stems start to grow in the spring, pinch off lateral growth to encourage the tallest growth possible for each cane. If more than one flower bud forms at the cane end, remove all but the largest bud.

MUNSTEAD WOOD: David Austin

H: 3’ x S: 2.5’ Crimson buds open to deep velvety maroon. Strong Old Rose fragrance. Bushy habit, broad form. Disease resistant.

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