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Red Rose Bush Varieties

There are many types of red rose bushes. We carry the hardiest varieties. They offer disease and pest resistance and red blooms for months!

The Double Knock Out Rose is the most popular red rose bush on the market today. Enjoy red blooms for three seasons. The Petite Knock Out Rose offers the same long bloom season in a more compact plant. The petite flowers bloom in clusters. Red Drift Roses offer a groundcover rose option. These red rose plants are all beautiful in pots. Our red drift roses and red knock-out roses for sale are the best quality available.

Red Rose Tree

For a unique and upscale look consider a tree form rose. These roses look fabulous in containers or by your entryway. Our red rose trees for sale are grafted to high-quality tree stock and ready to plant.

The Double Knock Out Rose Tree and the Petite Knock Out Rose Tree are great gifts for rose lovers who will enjoy watching the red flowers in spring, summer, and fall.

For fragrance and an old-fashioned rose look, the Mister Lincoln Rose Tree and the Olympiad Rose Tree will meet all of your expectations.

Our bicolor rose trees are exotic and exciting. The Julio Iglesius Rose Tree has huge true red and white blooms. These fragrant flowers are romantic and perfect for cutting. The Candy Cane Cocktail Rose Tree has classic rose blooms from spring to frost. The blooms are white and red-pink.

How to Care for Red Roses

Sunlight

You will get the best red color if you plant your red rose bushes in full sun, but they can grow well in part sun conditions too.

Soil

Roses are adaptable, but the soil should be well-drained. Wet soils encourage fungal issues and other pests and disease.

Water

Newly planted red rose plants should be watered deeply about twice per week for the first couple of months. Once established, water rose bushes when the soil is dry. Always water roses at the base of the plant; never water over the leaves.

Food

Feed roses in spring with a slow-release fertilizer. If your soil is nutrient deficient, feed red drift roses and red knock-out roses again in mid to late summer. If you have issues with insects and need to feed your rose plants, Fertilome Rose and Flower Fertilizer is a great choice. It is an insecticide and fertilizer in one.

Pest and Disease Control

Fertilome Triple Action Plus treats insects, fungal disease, and mites on roses and more. For minor fungal infections and insect problems try neem oil. It is natural and effective.

Pruning

Trim flowers anytime to enjoy cut red roses in your home. Pruning rose bushes in early spring will keep them looking great. Drift roses should be pruned back by ⅓ to ½ while knock-out roses enjoy more severe pruning back to 6 inches to 1 foot from the ground.

Browse all of our Rose Bushes and Rose Trees.