Beautiful, Fragrant and Timeless

Roses allow you to express yourself in the garden in so many ways. While roses have a traditional feel, they are actually very versatile and can add the perfect touch to whatever feeling you are hoping to evoke in your garden. Roses are the key element to mediterranean gardens, cottage gardens, container gardens and the list goes on. Roses are no longer a plant to fuss over - they are disease resistant and have moved to the "Easy To Care For" catagory. The color, the beauty and fragrance of a rose is simply a must for California landscapes.

These classic beauties, strong and intense with sweet fragrance, come in an array of colors. Choose from hybrid teas, floribundas and grandifloras.

Please Note: selection may vary by location

Weeks Roses

Hybrid Teas

All My Loving Bush Rose

All My Loving

Hybrid Tea - When you see the name "All My Loving", does that make you think of the famous song by The Beatles? Well, that would be a step in the right geographical direction as this lovely rose was created in England by the talented breeder Gareth Fryer. The long cutting stems are great for bouquets and the plant's excellent vigor guaranties a profuse flower production. The shapely flower buds are held right on top of the plant for a great show and enjoyment. All My Loving is a true Hybrid Tea with one large flower per stem. Whether you live in a colder rainy area of the country or the sunshine state of California, the color will stay true until the petals drop and the plant will reward you with large clean leaves.

Arctic Blue Bush Rose

Arctic Blue - 2019

Floribunda - The cold arctic breeze is coming to your garden carrying with it tons of lilac pink blossoms of the Arctic Blue rose. The cool tones are chilled by the unique lavender blue finish and iced with a cream color on the reverse of the petals, refreshing for a hot summer day. The very shapely flower buds open slowly, as if they were frozen in time at their most beautiful stage for longer enjoyment; the blooms are attractive to the very end when the opened flowers let go of their petals, showering the ground in iced lavender blue snow. Don't expect spring to come too quickly as the vigorous plant is dressed with glossy green winter jacket leaves, isolating and protectingthe upright bush from mother nature's diseases, allowing the plant to produce a nonstop snow storm of flowers.

Brandy Rose

Brandy - Hybrid Tea

Very lovely large classically-formed flowers possess the richest apricot color yet in roses. Elegant pointed buds are carried atop cutting stems with dark green leaves. Requires protection in harsh climates. Established plants give the most bloom. Best when cool.

  • Flower Size – Large
  • Intro Year – 1982
  • Available in a Bush and Tree

Chris Evert - Hybrid Tea

Chris Evert Rose

No, not a subtle color. In fact, it's a 'grand slam' as far as most eyeballs are concerned. Some might call it orange-yellow, others yellow-orange — but the scarlet blush 'served' at the finish of the flower is 'game point'. The'match' is completed by a well-behaved clean plant for these showy well-formed blossoms. Deep red new foliage and large green leaves put on the final 'top-spin'. You'll 'love' it. Better size in cool weather. Consistent color.

  • Flower Size – Large
  • Intro Year – 1982

Chrysler Imperial - Hybrid Tea

Chrysler Imperial Rose

A landmark rose that still hypnotizes people with a powerful rich rose fragrance and velvety red petals. The large full shapely flowers are proudly held atop straight stems clothed with dark matte-green leaves. Vigorous and at its happiest in hot temperatures.

  • Flower Size – Large
  • Intro Year – 1953
  • Available in a Bush and Tree

Double Delight - Hybrid Tea

Double Delight Rose

The most popular new variety of the last 30 years. Double Delight fulfills the two highest demands of a rose—an eye-catching color combo and fantastic nose-pleasing fragrance. The prolific bush provides lots of creamy pointed buds that blush red with the rays of the sun. Deep green leaves. Best color/flower size in warm days & coolnights.

  • Flower Size – Large
  • Intro Year – 1977
  • Available in a Bush and Tree

Falling in Love™ - Hybrid Tea

Falling in Love™ Rose

Whether you're experiencing it 'again' or for the 'first time', Falling in Love (the rose) makes your heart pitter-patter with its big classically-formed fragrant flowers of warm pink & porcelain white. Each long-lived lovely blossom is regally carried atop sturdy stems, just waiting to be cut & enjoyed…or maybe just admired in the garden on the bushy attractive plant. Destined to garner its share of awards, we're certain you'll swoon over Falling in Love. Loads of bloom. Larger size in cooler conditions.

  • Flower Size – Large
  • Intro Year – 2008
  • Available in Tree Only

Henry Fonda - Hybrid Tea

Henry Fonda Rose

Immensely popular, Henry Fonda boasts distinctly deep yellow blossoms surrounded by deep green and clean foliage. This rose shows remarkable vigor and disease resistance all season.

  • Flower Size – about 4 ½ diameter
  • Intro Year – 1996

Ingrid Bergman - Hybrid Tea

Ingrid Bergman Rose

Of the top ten roses of the world and the best landscape white around, Iceberg is extremely disease resistant, vigorous and floriferous. The long pointed buds and crisp white flowers are borne in great profusion with the least of care. The bushy rounded plant is robed in dark green foliage. Great for hedges. Hardy & floriferous. Best in mass planting. Available budded & own-root.

  • Flower Size – medium
  • Intro Year – 1958

John F. Kennedy - Hybrid Tea

John F. Kennedy Rose

Cherished mostly as a tribute to the popular President, the slow-opening fragrant flowers of rich white start off with an unusual greenish cast in the bud stage. The extra full petalage stands up well to hot weather. Beloved by many. Needs warm night temps to open best.

  • Flower Size – large
  • Intro Year – 1965

Just Joey - Hybrid Tea

Just Joey Rose

Just scrumptious or just wonderful or just apricot is understandable— but Just Joey? Nevertheless, the big brandy-colored buds, the large ruffled apricot flowers steeped with fruity fragrance, and the huge glossy green leaves have intoxicated many a rose lover. An immigrant from England, the bushy vigorous plant takes well to our shores. Deepest color in moderate consistent temperatures.

  • Flower Size – Large
  • Intro Year – 1972
  • Available in a Bush and Tree

Mister Lincoln - Hybrid Tea

Mister Lincoln Rose

A historic American milestone in red roses that's still hard to beat. The large pointed buds and rich red well-formed blooms have a velvety quality that you must feel to believe. The powerful damask rose fragrance seduces even the hardest heart. Vigorous, tall and proud with long stems & dark green leaves. Likes consistent warm days & cool nights.

  • Flower Size – Large
  • Intro Year – 1965
  • Available in a Bush and Tree

Neil Diamond Tree Rose

Neil Diamond

Intense sweet & classic rose fragrance. Neil Diamond is a true ‘diamond’ bloomer producing numerous sizeable flowers and attractive buds on long cutting stems. Add this gem of a rose with its novel pink and white striped flower coloration. The hit song ‘Sweet Caroline’ reaches a new level of appreciation after this rose has ignited your senses with its intense floral aroma of sweet & classic rose fragrance.

New Zealand - Hybrid Tea

New Zealand Rose

Some fragrances bring forth memories of people and places. But who could know that New Zealand smells this great. It's got a soft warm pink color—but OOOH what a fragrance! Sure there's deep green glossy foliage on long stems—but AAHH what a fragrance!! And there's good disease resistance, too—but WOW what a fragrance!!! Likes consistent temperatures. Best size when cool.

  • Flower Size – fully double
  • Intro Year – 1995

Oklahoma Rose


(Rosa) From the same parents that produced Papa Meilland® and Mister Lincoln comes this wonderful, deep red Hybrid Tea. The full flower is closer to Mister Lincoln while the dark color is more like its other sibling. All three share the same wonderful fragrance and perform well in the vase.

  • Plant Type: Hybrid Tea Rose
  • Foliage: Large
  • Fragrance: Strong, rose
  • Height: 4' to 8'
  • Introduced in: 1964

Oregold Rose


(Rosa'Tanolg') The gold standard for yellow Hybrid Teas. Unrivaled for its deep color that never seems to fade. With its perfect, high-centered form and deep green foliage, Oregold is a rose that's hard to beat.

  • Plant Type: Hybrid Tea Rose
  • Foliage: Glossy
  • Fragrance: Slight
  • Height: 5' to 6'
  • Introduced in: 1975

Peace Rose


(Rosa) The world's most famous rose, in brilliant yellow and pink was first introduced to the U.S. by Star® Roses and Plants over 60 years ago. More popular today than when it was first introduced. Voted into the Rose Hall of Fame by the World Federation of Rose Societies in 1976 and later as the Rose of the 20th Century.

  • Plant Type: Hybrid Tea Rose
  • Foliage:Large
  • Fragrance: Mild Fruity
  • Height: 4' to 7'
  • Introduced in: 1946

Pope John Paul II - Hybrid Tea

Pope John Paul II Rose

Among the finest, most fragrant white roses of all time, this exceptional Hybrid Tea has received top ratings for vigorous growth, bushy full habit, disease resistance, abundance of flower & perfect flower form. The Pope John Paul II rose produces large & luminous pure white blossoms with a delightful, fresh citrus fragrance. The lavishly petaled flowers shine against the abundance of dark green foliage. Comments: Larger flower size in the cool spring. More pink in cooler conditions.

  • Flower Size – up to 6 inch diameter
  • Intro Year – 2013
  • Available in a Bush and Tree

Just Joey Rose

Just Joey

(Rosa) Just Joey has a fruity fragrance that carries in the breeze from the large, ruffled apricot blooms. Interesting mahogany tinted foliage make it a wonderful show rose.

  • Plant Type: Hybrid Tea Rose
  • Foliage: Green
  • Fragrance: Strongly Fruited
  • Height: 3' to 4'
  • Introduced in: 1972

Pretty Lady Rose™ - Hybrid Tea

Pretty Lady Rose™ Rose

"Don't call me m'lady, call me Rose." Inspired by Lady Rose, niece and goddaughter of the Dowager Countess Violet, Pretty Lady Rose is the second in a collection of garden roses named after characters of the popular Downton Abbey series. Lady Rose's namesake shares many attributes with the character such as elegance and strength. The era in which this British show takes place is well represented by the LARGE old-fashioned and English style multi-petaled aristocratic-like deep pink flowers of this pretty rose. The very long lasting flower coloration is enhanced by the sweet scented peony-like and spices fragrance similar to the perfume a noble woman of the period might have worn. Like an upper class damsel, the plant is well dressed with an evening gown of healthy bright glossy medium green foliage. With her compact habit, this selection brings elegance to smaller spaces of the garden and also looks great in pots. Pretty Lady Rose holds her flowers at the perfect height to be admired and to allow you to enjoy their aroma.

  • Flower Size – large, 4 to 5 inches in diameter
  • Intro Year – 2016
  • Available in a Bush and Tree

Tropicana Rose


(Rosa) Winner of 12 international awards, this long-stemmed rose has an intense fruity fragrance in a flashy blend of coral and orange.

  • Plant Type: Hybrid Tea Rose
  • Foliage: Glossy
  • Fragrance: Sweet
  • Height: 3.5' to 6'
  • Introduced in: 1963


Easy Spirit™ - Floribunda

Easy Spirit™ Rose

Experience the feeling of freedom that comes from the purity of the classy white large flowers with a cream base of Easy Spirit. The perfectly formed buds and flowers hold their beauty throughout the life of the flower, making them great for enjoyment as a bouquet. As a member of the tough as nails Easy-To-Love rose collection, you know you can expect 'NATURAL DISEASE RESISTANCE'. Across the USA, from East to West and North to South, Easy Spirit has shown strong resilience to rose diseases. That means you will be feeling very relaxed and stress-free as you won't have to work hard to express the full blooming potential and create an impact in the garden. The upright compact plant with clean glossy green foliage is the ideal backdrop to the non-burning & long-lasting cream flowers. Now seize the day and see life on the brighter side - the Easy Spirit side!

  • Flower Size – Large, around 3½-4½ inch diameter
  • Intro Year – 2018

Ebb Tide™ - Floribunda

Ebb Tide™ Rose

Dusky deep purple buds swirl open to very double old-fashioned flowers of velvet plum washed with a haze of sultry smoke. The intense clove fragrance can nearly bowl you over. Beautiful deep, green foliage. Gets all the better with establishment.

  • Flower Size – medium 3 to 4 inch diameter
  • Intro Year – 2006
  • Available in a Bush and Tree

Iceberg - Floribunda

Iceberg Rose

Of the top ten roses of the world and the best landscape white around, Iceberg is extremely disease resistant, vigorous and floriferous. The long pointed buds and crisp white flowers are borne in great profusion with the least of care. The bushy rounded plant is robed in dark green foliage. Great for hedges. Hardy & floriferous. Best in mass planting. Available budded & own-root.

  • Flower Size – medium
  • Intro Year – 1958
  • Available in a Bush and Tree

Julia Child - Floribunda

Julia Child Rose

Just before our wonderful American icon left us, she selected this exceptional rose to bear her name. Julia loved the even butter gold color & the licorice candy fragrance. Yet it wasn't just the old-fashioned blooms that inspired the recipe. The perfectly rounded habit, super glossy leaves & great disease resistance finish off the dish. An awesome AARS award winner—a right & proper honor for a dear friend. Consistent, hardy & floriferous in all climates. Very disease resistant. Available budded & own-root.

  • Flower Size – Medium up to 3 ½ diameter
  • Intro Year – 2006
  • Available in a Bush and Tree


Twilight Zone - Grandiflora

Twilight Zone Rose

Big fat buds open to very double old-fashioned flowers of deep velvet purple overlaid with a wisp of smoke…a purple haze for the garden. Strongly scented with a combination of clove & lemony citrus blossom. Deep green leaves cover the plant & compliment the remarkably-colored flowers. Tempting mysterious tones, seductive fragrance and old-fashioned form…it's a winner! More purple in moderate temps.

  • Flower Size – Medium-Large to Large
  • Intro Year – 2013

5 Things To Consider -
When Selecting A Rose For Your California Landscape

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  • 1. Location and Space – The size of the rose you can grow depends on the amount of space you can devote to it. If the space you have is large or would benefit by a rose as a focal point, Grandiflora varieties would be a great choice for you. Smaller areas or areas that are limited by space, Floribunda or Hybrid Teas would be a good fit. Perhaps you have an area that could use a little extra height – 36” Tree Roses are always stunning. Smaller spaces, such as a patio, balcony, container garden, a 24” Patio Tree Rose will make a statement. And finally, if you are looking for a rose that is low growing, consider carpet roses for ground cover, borders, mass plantings, or in containers.
  • 2. Climate – While we only carry plants that will do well in the Bay Area, we do experience micro-climates so a rose that might do well in one area, may not be the best choice for all areas of the South Bay. Talk with our trusted garden advisors to find the rose that will thrive in your garden.
  • 3. Color – While this is more of a personal preference and for aesthetic purposes, selecting a rose based on color is important. We have an incredible selection of roses so finding the rose to match you, should be a breeze.
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  • 4. Scent – This may a pleasant perk to narrowing down your rose choice. Some roses have a strong fragrance, while others have little or no scent at all.
  • 5. Care and Maintenance – Roses these days are not like your Grandma’s roses of yester-year, they are disease resistant and with a little fertilizer and pruning, they are easy to care for. However, there are some varieties that are simply carefree and colorful. If this is a quality you prefer, Knock Out® Roses and Carpet Rose Varieties are the selection for you.

Rose Gardening Essentials

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EB Stone Organics Fertilizer

Select Varieties

Grandiflora vs. Floribunda vs. Hybrid Tea Roses

Grandiflora Roses


The Grandiflora comes as a result of crossing a Floribunda with a hybrid tea rose. They are on the large side, growing to heights of 4 to 5 feet tall. Grandifloras are often thought of as the most popular variety of rose. The grandiflora rose bush likes to grow tall and will usually exceed all other roses in height other than the climbers, of course.


Just as the name suggests, they produce an "abundant" of blooms. They may have single or semi-double flowers that can be either cup shaped or flat. Plant it in a slightly acidic soil and give it plenty of love and you will enjoy beautiful blooms for years to come. Most Floribundas are smaller than Hybrid Teas


Hybrid Teas

The hybrid tea rose’s blooms are usually what come to mind when most anyone thinks of roses. These beautiful high centered classic beautiful blooms. Hybrid tea roses grow from 3 to 7 feet tall and 3 to 5 feet wide, depending on the cultivar.

Planting and Care:

  • Plant in full sun (an area that receives a minimum of 6 hours)
  • Don’t crowd your roses when you plant - they prefer some airflow which will help to prevent diseases
  • Much mulch appreciated. A couple of inches of mulch over the soil and the roots of your soil will help to deter weeds, keep diseases from splashing up on the leaves of your roses and holds moisture.
  • Compost - A healthy layer of organic material such as compost will encourage beneficial microbes and improve and maintain the health of your roses
  • Check out our How-To-Videos, for additional information on How To Plant your roses