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BARE ROOT ROSES

Our 2023 Bare Root Rose Collection will be available for purchase beginning January 25, 2023 at 9am PT. You can preview the collection HERE. You can select your preferred shipping week OR nursery pick-up week at checkout so your roses arrive when you are ready to plant them. We ship bare root roses January-April. Our roses ship UPS or Fedex - Ground, 2-Day or Overnight Service. We ship our roses anywhere in the United States. (Yes, even to Alaska & Hawaii!)

To learn more please read answers to our most frequently asked questions below.

2023 Bare Root Rose Sale Details

As we prepare to launch live sales of the 2023 Bare Root Rose Collection, all roses on our website will disappear, Tuesday, January 24th at 8pm PT so we can add in our inventory for the sale. Please make sure to have your wishlists and back-in-stock notifications set-up before then. Refresh your website browser at 9:00am PST on January 25th  - roses will all magically appear on the product pages and be ready for purchase!

Our 2023 Bare Root Rose Collection will be available for purchase on our website January 25, 2023 at 9am PT.

Preview our entire 2023 Collection here and create your wishlist for launch day!

Join our mailing list to get exclusive info about the sale & collection.

Join our mailing list to receive updates on all things bare roots, including what varieties are in our 2023 Bare Root Rose Collection as well as when they will be available for purchase.

We also recommend using the "Notify Me When Available" feature on each product page so you are the first to be notified when a variety is back in stock. You can choose an email, SMS (text) or both to receive notifications. Watch a quick video to learn how to set up a restock nofication!

Note: If you signed up for back-in-stock notifications on our website prior to September 1, 2022, you will need to go back in and set up new notifications on our new website.

View all of the roses in our 2023 Bare Root Rose Collection and create your wishlist for launch day! Bare root roses will be available for purchase January 25, 2023 at 9am PT.

All available varieties are listed on the Bare Root Rose section of our website. If you do not find the variety you are looking for, it will not be available in our 2023 Bare Root Collection. To reference photos and descriptions of bare root roses purchased in previous years’ collections that are no longer available, please visit our Archived Roses page.

We recommend creating your wishlist ahead of time to ensure a speedy checkout on launch day. While most of our varieties will be stocked on launch day, a handful will be added in the following weeks with additional re-stocks made throughout the season as inventory is available. Watch a quick video to learrn how to create a wishlist!

Some roses will have quantity restrictions so we can ensure more people are able to purchase popular varieties. Any rose with a quantity restriction will be listed on the individual rose’s product page.Watch a quick video to learn more.

We recommend joining our mailing list to receive updates on all things bare roots, including what varieties are in our 2023 Bare Root Rose Collection as well as when they will be available for purchase.

Use the "Notify Me When Available" feature on each product page so you are the first to be notified when a variety is back in stock. You can choose an email, SMS (text) or both for notifications.

Note: If you signed up for back-in-stock notifications on our website prior to September 1, 2022, you will need to go back in and set up new notifications on our new website.

Bare root roses marked "Coming Soon" will be available for purchase as part of our 2023 Collection but may not have stock currently available.

If a variety is currently labeled “Out of Stock," it may be back in stock in 2023. We add additional stock as it becomes available and occasionally we have order cancellations where stock is added back to our inventory. We recommend using the "Notify Me When Available" feature on each product page so you are the first to be notified when a variety is back in stock. You can choose an email, SMS (text) or both for receiving notifications. Watch a quick video to learn how to set up a restock nofication!

Note: If you signed up for back-in-stock notifications on our website prior to September 1, 2022, you will need to go back in and set up new notifications on our new website.

We are no longer offering certain bare root rose varieties in our collection. We keep these varieties on our Archived Roses page for gardeners to reference photos and descriptions, but have added a note to indicate that they are not available in our 2023 Collection.

We do not offer wholesale pricing for our bare root roses or volume discounts on purchasing.

To learn more about our Rose Guarantee, please visit the Bare Root Rose section of our Refund Policy page.

Preparing For Launch Day

With hundreds of excited gardeners all over the country, many of our popular bare root rose varieties sell out quickly. Use these tips for the best chance at snagging the roses on your wishlist:

Create an account on our website and fill in personal details before launch day. Click here to watch a video tutorial.

Create a wishlist on our website prior to the launch so that you can easily add roses to your cart. Learn how to create, edit, & save your wishlist in this video tutorial.

Make sure you have a stable internet connection. The higher the speed, the better!

If available, opt for using your desktop or laptop computer over your phone. This is, of course, a personal preference; however, we find it easier to navigate on a larger screen.

Get ready to shop a few minutes before the sale launches. Refresh the page right at launch time.

Have your credit card in hand! Unfortunately you will not be able to save your credit card information to your Menagerie account, but you can save a card to your ShopPay, Amazon Pay, Google Pay or Meta Pay accounts and use any one of those services at checkout to pay for your order.

Complete the checkout process as quickly as possible. Items are not held in your cart and are only yours once payment is made and the purchase is confirmed.

If you missed some roses on your list on launch day, don't fret! Varieties labeled “OUT OF STOCK" are currently sold out but may be back in stock during the 2023 season. We update inventory weekly and additional stock may be added. Use the "Notify Me When Available" feature on each product page so you are the first to be notified when a variety is back in stock. You can choose an email, SMS (text) or both to receive notifications. Watch a quick video to learn how to set up a restock nofication!

As of September 2022, we have a brand new website! For security reasons, any stored credit cards, personal account information and passwords from our old website did not transfer over to our new one. We recommend you take the time to create an account on the website with us so you can easily login and check out quickly. Click here to watch a quick video on how to create an account!

Note: If you signed up for back-in-stock notifications on our website prior to September 1, 2022, you will need to go back in and set up new notifications on our new website.

We are excited to share that our website now has a wishlist feature! We highly recommend creating your wishlist prior to launch day to ensure a speedy checkout. Watch a quick tutorial video here.

To add a bare root rose variety to your wishlist, simply click the "Add to Wishlist" button on the desired product page. View your wishlist by clicking on the "Wishlist" tab on the right side of your screen.

Make sure to save your wishlist so that it is easily accessible come launch day. We recommend creating an account on our website to save your wishlist. If you do not have an account with us, click the envelope icon at the top of your wishlist to send it to your email address.

Note: As of September 2022, we have a brand new website! For security reasons, any stored credit cards, personal account information and passwords from our old website did not transfer over to our new one. You will need to create a new account.

Products are removed from our inventory as purchases are completed, not as they are added to your shopping cart. We recommend having your wishlist ready so that you are able to check out as quickly as possible. 

Gift card recipients and those with store credit can enter their unique code received by email on the Order Summary page at checkout and click “Apply” to subtract the gift card value from your order total. Click here to watch a video tutorial.

We will not be able to apply gift card or store credit codes retroactively after you submit your order.

Please make sure to enter your code at checkout if you have one.

Yes! Keep in mind, if other products are purchased along with your bare root rose order, all items will ship together on the week selected at checkout. If you would like items to ship separately, you will need to place a separate order for any items you would like to receive immediately.

Bare roots roses pair perfectly with Felicia's book Growing Wonder: A Farmer's Guide to Growing Roses and our favorite tools and supplies!

Choosing Varieties To Order

Enter your zip code here to find your growing zone.

Zones 9-13: late January - late February

Zone 8: mid - late February

Zone 7: early - mid March

Zone 6: mid - late March

Zones 3-5: early - mid April

You can select your preferred ship week at checkout. Shipping windows listed here are recommendations only. Your individual growing conditions may require a different ship date than what is listed - for example if you grow in a greenhouse or other enclosed structure, or are experiencing seasonal weather that is out of the norm for your location. This is only a general guide.

To protect and maintain the quality of our roses, we may change your chosen ship date due to weather or other transportation issues that may arise to ensure the roses arrive in the best condition. If we need to make a change to your ship date selection, you will be notified by email in advance.

The grade of the rose is the size of the rose when it is harvested from the growing field. The grades reflect the number of canes a rose must have, the size of the canes, and where the measurements to size them are taken. Choosing a grade really depends on your budget and personal preference.

Grafted Grade 1 roses are the top grade. They have three canes branched no higher than 3 inches above the bud graft and measure at least 5/16 inch in diameter. Grade 1 will be the most hardy plant because it has more canes. Grade 1 roses are the most expensive; prices decrease by grade accordingly.

Grafted Grade 1.5 roses are one step down. A grade 1.5 rose has at least two strong canes and measures at least 5/16 inch in diameter.

Grafted Grade 2 roses are the smallest grade. They have one 5/16-inch cane and at least one at 1/4 inch.

Own Root Roses are graded using standards from a different grading category than grafted. They are graded as deciduous shrubs and may have canes that are smaller in diameter than their grafted rose cousins of the same Grade.

Learn more about grade selection in our blog post!

Grafted roses, also called budded roses, are roses that have a top stock variety and a bottom stock variety. The shoots, aka canes, that grow above the ground are a different variety than the roots that grow below ground. The top stock is “grafted” or attached to the bottom stock so they grow together as one plant. Why is this done? The bottom stock variety is grafted to the top stock to make the rose hardier and more healthy. Bottom stock is selected to help the rose have improved hardiness, disease resistance, and resistance to adverse weather conditions. 

Own root roses are roses grown from a single variety cutting that develops its own root system. Unlike grafted roses, both their roots and shoots/canes come from the same variety of plant.

To learn more, check out our blog post Grafted vs. Own Root Bare Root Roses.

Not all roses are available as own root and grafted. All available stock of own root or grafted will be listed on collection launch day. Our website displays rootstock selections for clarity to the purchaser.

To learn more, check out our blog post Grafted vs. Own Root Bare Root Roses.

There is no one type that is “better” than the other. Both own root and grafted will grow beautiful hardy roses. It’s important not to focus only on the rootstock when selecting your rose as there will always be exceptions to any best practices. If you purchase from a reputable nursery, like ours, and they offer a selection of roses as own root or grafted there is usually a reason why they offer certain varieties as own root and certain varieties as grafted. Some roses do not perform well on their own root and some do. Some are ok either way. We have already done the hard work for you by providing a rootstock option that is best for that variety. Grafted roses can have a long lifespan if properly cared for. (and will certainly have a longer lifespan than if they are a variety that doesn’t grow well on its own roots) Own roots are usually very hardy in cooler climates however this is where it’s important not to just look at the rootstock and consider the other attributes of the plant like the zone rating. An own root plant rated to zone 7 will likely not be very hardy if planted in a zone 4. So select any variety and rootstocks you’d like taking all factors beyond rootstock into consideration and you’ll be on your way to a beautiful rose garden come spring!

Zone 3-5 Special Considerations: You can grow grafted roses successfully in zones 3-5, but it does require more winter protection and care to ensure the top stock variety does not dieback in cold winter weather and stays viable for the following year. If you’re new to growing roses in zones 3-5 and not sure how a grafted rose will do in your winter weather, we recommend buying one or two and trying them out for a season to see how they perform in your climate and location over a winter. If you don’t want to take a gamble on grafted, we recommend sticking to own root roses as you get your feet wet so your rose growing experience gets off to a good start.

To learn more, check out our blog post Grafted vs. Own Root Bare Root Roses.

We offer Dr. Huey and Mutiflora rootstock. We select the rootstock that is optimal for the top stock variety for vigor and hardiness.

To learn more, check out our blog post Grafted vs. Own Root Bare Root Roses.

Due to the large volume of questions we receive in our inbox, we are unable to make personalized recommendations for each customer. However, on each bare root rose product page, you will find helpful information for choosing varieties for your garden, including suitable zones, colors, fragrance, height, spread, and breeder.

We recommend using the filtering features on this page to narrow your search. Watch a quick video tutorial to learn more. Our collection is carefully selected by Felicia so any rose in the collection you’re sure to love.

Released in 2022, Felicia's book Growing Wonder: A Farmer's Guide to Growing Roses offers a wealth of information on all things roses, including her favorite varieties.

We highly recommend joining The Menagerie Academy, our online learning community, where Felicia answers member questions about roses each week.

We invite you to follow along our farm journey on Instagram (@menagerieflower) and Facebook where we post information about our varieties and helpful tips about our roses, flowers, fruits and farm products. Felicia’s weekly Instagram series, Farm Tour Friday,is also a great source for growing info where she answers questions about growing roses. You can view past episodes on video tab from our Instagram profile page.

We also host workshops at the farm which include educational training and tours of the farm. You can view all of our seasonal workshops & events and purchase tickets on our website.

If you’re interested in a more personalized education and recommendations you can schedule a virtual or on-farm 1:1 Coaching Session/Tour with Felicia. To learn more and book your session click here.

Shipping, Delivery & Nursery Pick-Up

Shipping fees are calculated at checkout. Preview your shipping cost by visiting your shopping cart after adding items.

Our bare root roses are packed carefully for transit and shipped via Fedex or UPS. You will receive an email with tracking information when your order ships so that you can follow along with your order’s journey.

Bare root roses will arrive dormant wrapped in plastic with roots, canes and no soil, leaves or flowers. Don't worry - with a twenty four hour drink of water, some tender loving care and planting in your garden, it will be a beautiful hardy blooming rose in the Spring.

Please visit our Shipping & Delivery page for more information regarding shipping.

Our 2023 Bare Root Rose Collection will ship January 2023 through April 2023. You may select your shipping week at checkout. Watch a quick video tutorial here!

If other products (mycorrhizae, clippers, fertilizer, books, etc...) are purchased along with your bare root rose pre-order, all items will ship together on the bare root rose shipping week selected at checkout. If you would like your non-bare root items to ship earlier, you will need to place a separate order.

If a shipping date is not available for selection at checkout it means we have reached capacity for shipments that week. You will need to select an alternative ship date from the remaining dates that are available.

If you would like different roses delivered on separate dates, you will need to make separate purchases for each shipping week you would like to receive your roses.

Unfortunately, due to restrictions on the export of plant materials, we do not ship outside of the United States at this time.

Yes! Our 2023 Bare Root Rose Collection will be available for farm pick-up on select days January - February 2023. All Bare Root Rose orders must be picked-up by February 18, 2023. If your order is not picked-up by the 18th we can ship you your order for an additional fee.

Please select your fulfillment week at checkout. After you place your order, you will receive an order confirmation email with a LINK to schedule your pick-up appointment online and pick-up instructions. If you do not see a date or appointment time listed, we no longer have time slots available.

We have a select number of appointment times available on each day so we recommend making an appointment immediately after you make your purchase to ensure we have a date and time that works for your schedule.

Should you not be able to pick up your order on one of our nursery pick-up dates, we will ship your order to you for an additional shipping fee.

Shipping:

Yes, you may select your preferred shipping week at checkout. Our 2023 Bare Root Rose Collection will ship late January 2023 through April 2023. Watch a quick video tutorial here!

Before making your selection, please reference our recommended shipping dates by zone in the "Choosing Varieties" section of this page.

If you would like items delivered on separate dates, you will need to make separate purchases.

If a shipping date is not available for selection at checkout it means we have reached capacity for shipments that week. You will need to select an alternative ship date from the remaining dates that are available.

Please note, the order fulfillment week you select may not be the week your order arrivesas some destinations can take up to 5 business days for delivery if Ground service is selected. For example if your order is Ground service and it ships on Wednesday of your selected order fulfillment week, to East Coast locations, it may not arrive until Wednesday of the following week. You will see the approximate transit time to your address listed at checkout to help you select a shipping service that will work for you. If you want to guarantee the arrival week for your roses is the same as your fulfillment week selected, we recommend upgrading to 2 Day or Overnight shipping serivce.

Nursery Pick-Up:

Yes, you may select your preferred fulfillment week at checkout.Watch a quick video tutorial here!

After you place your order, you will receive an order confirmation email with a LINK to schedule your pick-up appointment online and pick-up instructions.If you do not see a date or appointment time listed, we no longer have time slots available.

All Bare Root Rose orders must be picked up by February 18, 2023.

For more information on order fulfillment, please visit our Shipping & Delivery page.

Ordering

Unfortunately, once your order is placed we are not able to process any changes. If you would like to order additional items you will need to place another order.

We ARE NOT able to combine multiple orders or refund shipping fees for separate orders. Due to our fulfillment process, once an order is placed it goes immediately into processing. If you place multiple orders for the same shipping week, they may arrive in the same box or separate boxes depending on the cold storage location they are pulled from. Please keep this in mind as you plan your wishlist and ship date.

Due to high demand, popularity and limited production of some of the roses in our collection we are limiting select varieties to 3 roses per person.

If a rose is labeled with a quantity limit on this product page just below the price and you add more than 3 to your cart you will see a pop-up window appear asking you to remove the additional roses from your cart. You will not be able to check out until you decrease your quantity to less than 3 for that variety. 

→CLICK HERE to watch a video tutorial on how to purchase a product with a quantity limits.

We appreciate your respect of these quantity limits so more rose lovers across the United States can welcome these beautiful roses into their gardens. Thank you!

Bare Root Rose pre-orders are available exclusively to the THRIVE members of The Menagerie Academy.

In order to pre-order bare root roses for the 2023 season, you must be a member of our THRIVE group before November 1, 2022.

As many of you have probably experienced since the beginning of the pandemic, deliveries are often delayed. With additional planning measures in place, we are optimistic that your package will arrive on time with our primary shipping partners Fedex, UPS & USPS. If it doesn't, please practice patience.

It’s possible your order may be delayed 2-3 days. Your order will be just fine, as our bare root rooses are packed for transit.

We encourage you to utilize the tracking feature in your order shipment email to track your package and contact your local delivery station or driver. They can usually provide more information on the location of the package once it’s reached the “last mile” for distribution. We cannot provide you with any more information than contacting the shipping carrier directly or by tracking the package online.

We also recommend asking neighbors & family members in your household if they picked up your package.

Of course, if your shipment is missing (more than 7 days after the promised delivery date) and not just delayed, please contact us and we will take good care of you.

Please contact us to report any damaged or missing items within 7 days of delivery. Please include your name, order number, email address used to place the order and detailed description of the problem.

In order to ensure success in growing your rose, we ask you to please follow our recommended planting and storage instructions included with every order and detailed here. By following our care instructions carefully, if planted at the right time for you growing zone and conditions, we expect bare roots to leaf out within 30 days. However, a number of factors can inhibit their growth, including lack of water or sunlight, soil type, or changes in temperature.

To view our bare root rose and refund return policy, please visit our Refund Policy page.

Planting & Care

For step-by-step storing, planting, and care instructions, check out our blog posts How to Plant Bare Root Roses & How to Care for Bare Root Roses the First Year.

In order to ensure success in growing your rose, we ask you to please follow our recommended planting and storage instructions included with every order and detailed here.

We offer several options for rose-growing education here at Menagerie. To learn more, check out the question below.

Head over to the Growing Wonder blog to find Felicia's best tips for growing bare root roses.

Released in 2022, Felicia's book Growing Wonder: A Farmer's Guide to Growing Roses offers a wealth of information on all things roses, including planting and caring for your new bare root rose.

We highly recommend joining The Menagerie Academy, our online learning community, where Felicia answers member questions about roses each week.

We invite you to follow along our farm journey on Instagram (@menagerieflower) and Facebook where we post information about our varieties and helpful tips about our roses, flowers, fruits and farm products. Felicia’s weekly Instagram series, Farm Tour Friday, is also a great source for growing info where she answers questions about growing roses. You can view past episodes on video tab from our Instagram profile page.

We also host workshops at the farm which include educational training and tours of the farm. You can view all of our seasonal workshops & events and purchase tickets on our website.

If you’re interested in a more personalized education and recommendations you can schedule a virtual or on-farm 1:1 Coaching Session/Tour with Felicia. To learn more and book your session click here.

Please find Felicia's recommended rose growing tools here. Many of our favorite tools and supplies are available for purchase in the Garden + Home section of our website or on Felicia's Amazon Storefront - CLICK HERE to shop.