Ross Roses is currently conducting trials on roses growing on their own roots. Not all roses are suitable or economical to grow this way but as more are identified as suitable they will be added to this list.

The benefit of own-rooted roses are they are not budded onto root-stock so no suckering will happen. Own-root roses do very well if grown in containers. To find descriptions of these roses look at the bush names in our general list.

We will not grow any roses that may cause issues for gardeners, so only a few old roses or ramblers will be grown as own -root .

This list covers all varieties grown currently or to be done in the coming season.  Cost is $19.80 each


Amazing Grace White
Apricot Nectar Apricot
Bonica Pale Pink
Fields of Fromelle Red
Judy’s Song Pale Pink
Just Brilliant Deep Pink
La Sevillana Scarlet Red
Loves Gift Red/White
Pink Ribbon Pale Pink
Red Cross Deep Red
Shady Lady Deep Pink


Blush Pierre Cream to white
Carabella White/pink
Crepuscule Apricot
Flinders Pink  Ground-cover
La Marque White
Pink Pierre Pink
White Meidiland White Ground-cover


Buff Beauty Orange
Cecile Brunner Pink
Cornelia Pink
Felicia Apricot
Mutabilis Pink

Joyce Abounding
Popcorn White
Pretty Polly Pink
Sweet Chariot Lavender
The Fairy Pink Miniature