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We fertilize our roses but do not use chemical pesticides.

Our Roses...

... will beavailable in spring as dormant bare root plants for mail order by Etsy or local pickup. Stock is currently limited.

The nursery is open by appointment to view and select plants suitable for your situation. For aftercare, please see our planting guide or ask at the nursery.

All of our roses are grown on their own roots and are not grafted onto a different root stock. Own-root roses tend to be hardier in cold weather and remain true to the variety should they die back in winter.

Our roses are also unique because we prepare our own soil from local sand and organic matter, developing a dense bedding mixture for strong, cold-hardy root systems. So our plants are adapted to northern New York conditions and are ready for planting in your garden. Our nursery is organically managed.

The price for bare root and potted roses is $25. We accept cash and checks, but not credit or debit cards at this time. We send PayPal invoices upon request.

For local customers requesting a potted rose for pickup: we reuse pots as many times as possible and invite customers to return or donate pots, preferably 1 gallon size or larger.

For terms and rose groupings, please see the Glossary.

Cuttins in Nursery 2011

Above is one part of the nursery where we grow our own-root roses. In the foreground: Robusta roses. Below left: recently propagated Snowdon roses growing in a different part of the nursery. Below right: a mature bare-root rose half way through the packaging process. We pack the roots in moist sawdust and wrap to protect the plant (and the mail carrier).

Snowdon Roses in NurseryBare Root Rose Shipping

Watch this space for new photographs of our stock!