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Bareroot Roses are So Hot Right Now

  
  
  
  

Bareroot season is here... and bareroot roses are so hot right now.  Not familiar with bareroot?  Well, bareroot means the plants are grown in the field by a grower, uprooted and then shipped to your local nursery (Green Acres), to be sold. This is all possible because roses go dormant in the winter.  When the plant goes dormant, its root system goes dormant too which makes for easy planting and excellent root development.  

bareroot roses

Our Bareroot Rose selection becomes available in late winter*. We offer the finest variety of Hybrid Tea, Floribunda, Grandiflora, Climbing and Patio Tree, Patent and Non Patent Roses.  Bareroot season is the time to find that special rose you have been looking for.  During bareroot season you can find the best selection of roses for all of 2013. 

bareroot roses

Popular varieties include: 'All American Magic', 'Silver Star', 'Opening Night', 'Mister Lincoln', 'Perfume Delight', 'Pink Peace' (pictured), 'Midas Touch', 'Julia Child' (pictured), 'Scentimental', 'Just Joey', 'Gingersnap'(pictured), 'Iceberg', 'Double Delight' (pictured), & Many MORE!

bareroot roses

A wonderful part of bareroot rose season is the price.  Bareroot roses in both patent and non-patent varieties are only $10 everyday.  We are certain that we have the best quality and selection of bareroot roses in all of Sacramento.  We invite you to come see our selection today! Don't forget that if you plant now, come late spring, you will see blooms on these lovely roses in your own gardens.

 bareroot roses

Interested in learning more?  Visit one of our stores today and speak to one of our rose experts.  Or checkout our upcoming Workshop Calendar to continue your green thumb education.  

 

 

 

* Please call stores to check availability. 

 

 

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