A timeless beauty.


Rosa rubiginosa

A classic gift for any occasion. Roses are a woody, perennial flowering plant, in the Rosaceae family. Flowers vary in size and shape as well as colour.

Roses are not safe for human or animal consumption.

Light  Light shade or full sun
Water Ensure soil is moist or boggy
Temperature Prefer full sun in mild climates, light shade in hot climates
Most species are native to Asia, with smaller numbers native to Europe, North America, and northwestern Asia.

Roses prefer warmer climates, around 70°F during the day and need lots of sun to grow. Place your rose near a southern, or western facing window, to ensure growth. Turning the plant from time to time, will also help. Because of their delicate shallow roots, roses need an abundance of water, but must have proper draining holes. They cannot tolerate drought. Watering during the morning, or early afternoon, will prevent fungus or growth from reaching the plant. 

Be sure to keep a watchful eye on the growth of your rose. You may need to repot if you begin to see roots reaching the surface of the soil. Often times, roses that need re-potting will also exhibit signs of wilting when they are watered. Be sure to repot your rose in a larger, well-drained pot. During the winter months, your rose will need time to rest. Keeping it in warm temperatures, will impact the plant’s overall health. Place your rose near a cooler window during the day, or your garage during the evenings.

Rose Varieties



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