Rose shipping starts in February and continues through November, depending on your preferred planting time. Please request a ship date that will ensure that the roses are not subject to hard frosts or excessive heat. We ship early in the week, usually via UPS or Priority Mail, trying to ensure that your roses arrive safely by Friday. If you have a carrier preference, please mention it on your order form. Because shipping rates are higher to more distant parts of the country, we use three different shipping zones, according to the state the shipment is going. The chart is shown at the bottom of the order form. Priority Mail rates to Hawaii, Alaska, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands are in region C. Sorry, we cannot ship to Canada or overseas.
We are currently taking orders for roses to be shipped on the date of your choice. As our roses are NOT bare-root, but growing in pots, they can be shipped to you for planting at any time. Our spring shipping begins in February to warmer parts of the country and continues into the summer for colder areas and later orders. We will ship your roses on the date you specify, unless we need to make a change, in which case we confirm the ship date with you. Our shipments leave here on Mondays and Tuesdays, to ensure that your roses reach you by the weekend.
If a rose is listed as being on "Out of Stock", that means that the rose is available for shipping this season at a later date, but needs more time to grow out. The description for each rose states the month the rose will be ready to ship, if it is not currently ready.
We try to keep ample supplies of all the roses listed on this website, but some varieties do sell out quickly. If you are looking for specific roses, we recommend that you order as early as possible, even though the roses may not be shipped until later in the season, at a ship date of your convenience.