770-442-3901

Cecile BrunnerSpring time is nearly here and it’s time to select the roses you’ve been eyeing. Some gardeners make growing roses look hard. Not so – it’s all about choosing the right rose. With a stunning selection of varieties you’re sure to find the exact climbing rose you’ve been looking for. Just in case you haven’t chosen the perfect spot for your new favorite flower here are some great ideas to get you started:

  1. Design the perfect rose covered arbor – a garden classic, a rose covered arbor like the ones featured here add style and beauty to any garden. Choose to create a grand entrance or a quiet getaway and use climbing roses as the main focal point of the design.
  2. Add impact with a rose tunnel – no garden is too small or large to benefit from the impact a rose tunnel brings. You only need thriving roses and a structure to make this look work – read our guide on roses to give your climbing roses the best foundation. You’ll love the dramatic displays these walkways create throughout the year.
  3. Greet guests with roses – Sturdy wire and a vigorous climber like the New Dawn Climbing Rose will transform your front door into a gorgeous arch of roses. After all, there’s nothing better than being greeted everyday by fresh, fragrant roses. Great varieties like New Dawn and Eden sell out quickly during our rose sale, so pre-order them here.

No matter where your roses grow in your garden you’ll appreciate the great care Autumn Hill puts into each and every plant we sell. Stop by during our rose sale to admire our stunning selection of gorgeous roses and other plants for all of your gardening needs.

Sign Up forOur E-News

Sign Up forOur E-News

Join our mailing list to receive the latest news and updates from our team.

Benefits to subscribing to our free E-News

- Inspiring gardening ideas

- Solutions to landscaping problems

- Keep abreast of workshops, events & sales

- Find out what’s looking good at the nursery

- Timely gardening tips

- Fun quizzes for prizes

You have successfully signed up for our E-News.