Our roses (with the exception of Tree Roses) are grown and shipped year round in 2 and 3 gallon containers.Tree Roses are grown and shipped in 5 gallon containers. Each plant is carefully prepared, packaged and individually boxed. This is to ensure they arrive at your home in excellent condition.
Tracking and Shipping Speed
You will receive an email with your tracking number once we ship your order. All orders for instock items are shipped within 2-3 days. Transit time will vary according to distance from our nursery to your destination. During Spring and Summer due to high volume, orders are shipped within 5-10 business days, and a bit faster in fall and winter. Typical transit time is 2-5 days to most locations. You can expect to receive your order of in-stock roses in 9 to 15 days from date of order, although this may vary due to volume or unfavorable weather. Orders may take a few days longer during the peak shipping period of Spring through mid-Summer. We will notify you when we anticipate or experience shipping delays.
Winter: Plants shipped during mid-November through February are dormant and will have no leaves. Plant your rose following the planting instructions included with your rose and your rose will emerge from dormancy at the normal time for your area.
Spring and Fall: Plants shipped during March and October-November will be semi-dormant and may have a few leaves. Plant roses as soon as possible after you receive them following the planting instructions included with your order.
Note: If you receive your roses in Spring before the last frost date and they are in leaf, or if they leaf out before leafed-out your last frost date, please protect plants from frost if any foliage has emerged. Our included planting instructions contain information on ways to protect new plants from late or unexpected frost.
April - September: Plants shipped through the growing season will be in full leaf. During periods of sustained temperature above 90 degrees en route to your destination, we may delay shipping and may partially or fully defoliate plants to reduce stress. When you receive your rose, plant as soon as possible - new foliage will grow out within two to three weeks.