All of these easy roses need only minimal care, to stay healthy and grow beautiful.
They are also great because of their adaptabilty, vigor, and disease resistance, so consider giving some of these roses a try.
perfect for arbors or trellises, some for hedges and others are great for your perennial flower garden.
Please, scroll down and enjoy the beautiful rose pictures with detailed information on shape, growth and flowering behavior.
There is very little fragrance, but the flowers are huge, up to 5 inches accross. The flowers appear in small clusters and repeat blooms in regular flushes throughout the season.
The bright red flowers make a stunning contrast to the large deep green leaves. This is a vigorous climber
that reaches to about 10 feet in height. It is also a very easy to grow rose.
Zones 5-9, height 10 feet.
There is only a slight fragrance, but this rose more than makes up for it. It has a graceful rounded habit and abundant medium green foilage and grows to an average height.
It can be planted on it's own, or will make a wonderful grouping or hedge.
This rose doesn't mind being pruned to reduce height or width.
Zones 5-9, Height 4-5 feet tall and wide.
Bonica is a lovely rose to have and a must for people that say they "can't grow roses". Needless to
say, it's an extremely healthy and trouble-free rose, good for any flowerbed or as a low hedge.
Zones 4-9, Height 3 feet.
The foilage is bright green and plentiful. The flowers are fabulous with a bright pink to a deeper pink color and a mild fruity scent.
This rose blooms non-stop until frost arrives and is very cold hardy as well. An outstanding, low
maintenance rose, that I highly recommend.
Zones 4-9, Height 4-5 feet.
The flowers are very full petaled, and they make a wonderful cut flower.
The plant is vigorous and can get quite large, if you let it, up to 7 feet. If you want your 'Graham Thomas' to stay in bounds in a perennial border, simply prune it hard early every spring.
This is an English rose, that is known to flourish in hot American summers and one of the easy to grow roses.
Zones 4-9, Height 7 feet or up to 12 feet as a climber.
Fiery, tropical red colored flowers on a nice compact bush, makes this one the finest of the new floribundas. This rose has everything a gardener wants: stunning colors, blooms continually all season, a sweet fruity fragrance, and a neat growth habit that makes it easy to place in your garden. One of the best easy to grow roses.
This rose delivers consistently fabulous flower shows, with large clusters of beautiful flower sprays.
It's great for a low border and compact enough to be planted in a large container.
Zones 5-9, Height 3 feet.
Large, double fragrant, cameo pink flowers that fades to creamy white, is the hallmark of this rose. The foilage is glossy, dark green and very disease resistant on a bush that climbs to 20 feet (6 m).
It is winter hardy, and blooms all season long, with an excellent abundance of flowers in small clusters. The sweet rose scent is another plus. The canes are very pliable and easy to train on any gardens structure.
After 67 years of existence, it was elected to the World Rose Hall Of Fame in 1997.
Zones 4-10, Height 20 feet.
The blooms, a single form with a spray of golden stamens in the middle, come in very generous clusters, and have a mild sweet fragrance. The bush is totally covered with white flowers all season, and seem to "twinkle" at twilight.
It is marvelously disease resistant. This rose is well worth planting and requires minimal maintenance. You would call this one of the easy to grow roses.
Zones 4-9, Height 3-6 feet.
It is famous for being thornless, which makes it a pleasure to train on any structure. This rose is also a bit more cold hardy than most climbers. A vigorous rose that is easy to grow and beloved by gardeners all over the world. Zones 6-9, Height 15 feet.
The picture above shows one of the popular Easy Elegance Roses called Firecracker Easy Elegance Rose.
As with all the Easy Elegance Series roses, it's an extremely clean and healthy rose plant that never needs any pampering at all.
However, not all roses do well in all climates and areas, so
it's important that you consult with your
local nurseries and garden centers, before you buy any roses.
Write down the names of the roses listed here and ask if these
roses are doing well in your area and would
be the easy to grow roses that you would want.