Where Can You Buy Roses
Welcome to Chamblee's Rose Nursery! We are a family business that has produced fine quality roses in Tyler, Texas since 1953. We now operate out of Dallas, Texas. Whether you want live roses, trees, shrubs or hydrangea's for your garden, landscaping, or patio, we can deliver orders nationwide to your home in a timely manner at a fair price. We can't wait to provide you with years of enjoyment growing your own remarkable roses. We're happy you have chosen Chamblee's Rose Nursery!
where can you buy roses
From our location in Eastern Dallas, Texas, we sell and ship our own root potted roses throughout the United States. All of our live rose plants are grown at our location year-round by growers who have worked in the industry for over 40 years. Our healthy and affordably priced roses are shipped carefully to arrive at your door ready to enhance your property's natural beauty.
Our goal is to continually grow and improve our mail order live rose plant delivery services in order to exceed our customers' expectations. When you want beautiful roses shipped to your door, we want Chamblee's Rose Nursery to be your one-stop online shop for garden roses, landscape roses, container roses, trees, shrubs, hydrangeas and more.
Chamblee's Rose Nursery promotes the Earth-Kind Environmental Landscape Management Practices as outined by Texas A&M Agrilife Extension Service. Earth-Kind is a designation given to select roses by the Texas AgriLife Extension Service . It is based on the results of extensive research and field trials and is awarded only to those roses demonstrating superior pest tolerance, combined with outstanding landscape performance.
'Belinda's Blush' is a color sport of one of our favorite roses, 'Belinda's Dream'. Similar in size and growth habit, this rose offers fragrant, full blooms of a light, creamy pink that are excellent for cutting. Canes free of thorns are always appreciated.
'Coles Settlement' is a large six-foot shrub that exhibits single white flowers that can reach four inches across in cool weather. Flowers are followed by large orange hips in the fall. This is a wonderful rose to plant where you can enjoy its reflective flowers at dusk or on moonlit evenings. Coles Settlement was one of the earliest communities in Independence, TX. (circa 1820).
'Thomas Affleck' was bred at our nursery and named in honor of a notable 19th century nurseryman who had a nursery just a few miles from ours. The intensely cerise pink, semi-double blooms make a bold statement in the garden. It is a wonderful specimen for a mixed planting or large container and is useful near a walkway where its fragrance and thornless nature can be appreciated.
Cote des Roses celebrates the Mediterranean lifestyle. The Languedoc appellation stretches alongside the Mediterranean coast The soils vary, mainly with hard limestone and schist, but also gravel transported from the rivers of the Languedoc region The bottle is original with its base in the shape of a rose, created by a young designer from the Ecole Boulle A wine to be given in the same way you would offer a bunch of roses!
The best way to make your roses last longer is by changing their vase water regularly - ideally every day. Changing the water keeps the flowers and the vase fresh and clean. If you leave your roses in stale water in the vase it can cause bacterial growth, which will limit the life of cut flowers.
If you're asking yourself "where can I find the best wholesale flowers online?" the answer is BloomsByTheBox.com. That's because we have the best selection of beautiful flowers and professional floral supplies shipped anywhere in the U.S., with same day shipping and no reseller ID required. We have a huge selection of the cheapest bulk flowers, but these are NOT the flowers that you'll see in the supermarket. We offer gorgeous flowers that include roses, peonies, calla lilies, hydrangea, ranunculus, sunflowers, lilies, carnations, chrysanthemums, tulips, gerbera daisies, greens and more. These are the same flowers, greens and floral supplies found in the finest retail florists and used by professional floral designers. When you order your wholesale flowers online from Blooms By The Box, they'll arrive looking fresh and beautiful. If you're looking for the most beautiful roses (wholesale prices) or virtually any other flower you can imagine, you've come to the right place!
A scant fifteen years ago most roses we sold as bareroot roses. You ordered them through a catalog or purchased them from your local garden center. I will admit I did enjoy that because it made late winter rose buying season because that is when bareroot roses were available.
If you are new to roses or just an unsure gardener this is a great way to buy roses. The garden center has already done the hard work for you by planting and nurturing the rose through childhood. They are easy to plant and establish quickly in your garden.
A down side to bare roots is you have to plant them immediately. If you have to wait you can keep them in a bucket of water with their roots submerged but for no more than a few days or they will literally drown. Container roses can stay in their pots for weeks or in some cases a few months before you plant them.
So, why buy roses in band pots at all? One word, selection. There are generally two to three hundred varieties of roses widely available but that being said there are close to seven thousand roses in commerce. Guess what. Those other six thousand seven hundred roses are generally available only from mail order nurseries in, you guessed it, band pots!
The purchasing plan I like is this. In late fall to winter start looking at mail order websites and catalogues and get your orders in for those roses. Shop your local garden centers in spring when their roses start arriving. Lastly in late summer check the mail order sites and your local nursery for those great bargains. Your garden will be chock-o-block full of roses in no time!
Since 1938, we've provided colorful, unique and top-performing roses to garden centers, nurseries and select mail-order outlets throughout the United States. With our wide selection of roses--including award winners, hybrid teas, floribundas, shrub, climbing, tea roses and more, it's easy to find the right roses for a variety of landscapes and climates.
Obviously, not all Valentine roses are created equal, but in taking an informal survey of prices around town, I'm happy to report that there some sweet deals on some beautiful roses that you can pick up and deliver yourself.
"Not only would I never ever pay $100 for a dozen roses, but it would make me crazy if I thought anyone had spent that much to buy roses for me either! There are a lot of other things I would rather spend $100 on!" --Ms. Cheap
At Aldi, the Valentine bouquet of a dozen roses is $12.99. The Aldi stores also have 6 stem rose bouquets for $3.99, which sounded better to me. Why not buy two of the six stem bouquets for $3.99 each and get my dozen for $7.98! (I love a workaround!)
I have not partnered with any of these growers, and my opinion here is based on my purchasing my own roses. I just wanted to let anyone who is on the lookout for buying roses online where I have found mine.
I have many posts on roses you may wish to visit:Roses are Easy to GrowEasiest way to Root Roses with Cuttings Air Layering Roses for the Fastest way to Get MoreMy Roses in August
Wither you are starting a flower garden or mixing roses into your landscape, David Austin roses are a great choice. They are guaranteed for 5 years and have excellent and thorough growing instructions with each order. I cannot wait to plan out where this next order of roses is going to fit into the garden!
Angel Gardens: Owner Pam Greenewald specializes in rare and unique antique roses as well as modern roses. Inventory changes daily, so if you see a rose is out of stock give Pam a call. Alachua, Florida, 352 359-1133,
Burlington Rose Nursery: This is my go-to nursery for many of the heritage roses that I grow. Their site is under construction at the moment, but a quick call to Burling for her rose list is all you need to get started. Roses on their own roots are sold in bands and gallons. Visitors are welcome by appointment only, 24865 Rd 164, Visalia, CA 93292, 559 747-3624,
Heirloom Roses: Own-root, container grown English Legend, hybrid teas, floribundas, landscape roses, miniatures, climbers, David Austin, old garden roses, Buck roses, and Heirloom's own varieties. St. Paul, Oregon, 800 820-0465,
Regan Nursery: One of the largest mail order suppliers of Grade #1 bare root roses in North America. I have shopped their vast and thrilling collection, in person, for years. Fremont, California, 510 797-3222, 041b061a72