Roseland is situated on 32 acres abutting the Acushnet River in Acushnet, MA. Currently 11 acres are being used for the garden center and for the growing of therose bushes they specialize in. We carry close to varieties of roses and distribute them to 9 states from ME to PA.
Nothing makes a garden look as festive or scent the air so perfectly as a blooming rose bush or a fence row covered with cascading shrub roses. Whether you're an old hand with roses or a first-time gardener, you'll find that these plants can be fun and easy to grow. Today's roses are specially grown to be less fussy and have higher yields.
You can always go back and cut away more unwanted growth.
Most mistakes grow back just fine. Prune dead wood back to living plant tissue with an anvil pruner or lopper. You can recognize the living tissue by its green bark and white pith core. Cut at a degree angle, about 1/4-inch above buds that face away from the center of the bush. 3. Cut back the rose bush early in the year when there will be no more hard frosts but new growth has not yet appeared. Cut back all the canes one-half to one-third of the volume of the bush. Our plant nurseries are a rose lover’s dream.
With over varieties, take your time & choose your favorites. Select a hybrid tea, floribunda, or grandiflora. Or, new year cut rose bush David Austin roses are more your cup of tea, we offer a full line. Our shrub roses & knockouts, carpets, climbers, & even cut roses are well established, hardy, and ready to Estimated Reading Time: 1 min.
The Best and Most Beloved Rose Varieties. Jackson & Perkins is one of the most trusted rose hybridizers. Our roses are extremely high-quality, and rosarians across the country eagerly await our newest rose releases every year. Enhance your garden with our breathtaking rose bushes for sale and explore our long-lasting, disease-resistant roses.