offer winter hardy roses and plants for birds.
plants will be shipped to you bareroot and dormant from early April
through mid May.
Ordering/Shipping. Our plants are shipped as bareroot
plants when they are dormant from early April to mid May. You can
order online from January through early May.
Want to see what our nursery looks like? You can take a virtual
tour of our gardens! And, if you need ideas on how to use roses
in your garden, visit our page about gardening
Our hardy roses can survive the severe winters of Northwestern Wisconsin
without protection. We're located in Spring Valley, Wisconsin, which
is in the northern part of U.S.
hardiness Zone 4. All of our roses are grown on their own roots,
which makes them truer to their natural form and less vulnerable
to winter injury than budded roses. We offer a wide variety of hardy
roses, from Old Garden roses to new Shrub roses. Find out more about our roses in our on-line catalog.
We love birds and offer lots of plants just
for birds. These plants bring in more and different birds than what
you'll see at bird feeders. They also provide shelter and places
for birds to nest. These great plants are also very ornamental and
are wonderful additions to any garden.
See our listing of plants for birds.
This page was last updated May 18, 2013
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