Scroll down for the largest selection of Fortuniana Roses that are specially grafted for warm and humid climates and coastal areas of America.
Before you do, here are some things you need to know.
Lots of roses growing in warm climate zones and the coastal regions of America, loose their flower production after only a couple of years.
However the specially grafted 'Fortuniana' rose can thrive for many years under those conditions.
Even producing larger rose bushes that continue to bloom with profusion year after year.
Do not prune Fortunianas too hard, because it will take too long for them to recover.
And, please, do not let mulch or soil cover the bud union, as the rose may revert back to its own roots, and loose all the benefits of being a 'Fortuniana' rose.
Water the roses deeply, every 3 to 5 days.
Do not give daily shallow sprinklings of water.
To keep the roses blooming with profusion, fertilize every three weeks or so, with a good rose fertilizer especially for roses.