215 N 23rd ST Paragould, Arkansas 72450
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Why Our Roses Are The Best

Hand Selected & Locally Grown

We grow all our roses right here in Paragould. Neal hand selects each rose variety to ensure that the roses will do well in the Northeast Arkansas climate and soil. We get our rose stock bareroot from Weeks Roses.

Ready To Grow in Your Garden

Before a rose goes home with you, we make sure it has a good start including a fertilizer treatment and a proper initial pruning.

Fragrance & Beauty Unmatched

The fragrance, the beauty, the sheer delight of a rose garden is something to behold. Roses can be enjoyed in a garden, in mass or as a potted plant on your patio.

Rose Colors

View Our Red Roses Gallery

Why Red Roses

Red roses are the most sought after hue in the rose color palette. Red roses can vary from a bright pinkish red to a deep velvety red that is almost black. Red roses symbolize romance and luxury.

View Our Pink & Purple Roses Gallery

Why Pink & Purple Roses

This rose color palette brings both the sweetheart and the mysterious members to the rose family. From the soft pinks to the rich deep purples, you can add softness and intrigue to your rose garden.

View Our Yellow & Orange Roses Gallery

Why Yellow & Orange Roses

Yellow roses convey happiness and a sunny feeling. Orange roses add warmth and boldness to your rose garden. The addition of yellow and oranges in your rose garden will add vibrance & warmth with a compatible brightness.

View Our Bi-color Roses Gallery

Why Bi-Color Roses

Some roses just can't be define by one color or bond by convention. These roses give us the novelty that turn a beautiful rose garden into an amazing one. With these amazing color combinations, you can add pizzazz to your garden.

View Our White Roses Gallery

Why White Roses

White roses symbolize purity and innocence, but there is nothing humble or demure about these rose garden members. With their clean crisp lines and pure color, they can stand alone or compliment any other color.

View Our Knockout Roses Gallery

Why Knockouts

With the ability to fit in any landscape, you can plant The Knock Out Family of Roses individually, among shrubs, annuals and perennials as well as in mixed beds and borders. Excellent for mass plantings or as hedges.

Not Sure What Rose You Need For Your Garden?

Don't worry our knowledgeable staff can help you select the perfect rose.

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Types Of Roses

Hybrid Teas HT

Have one large flower bloom per long stem. These plants are medium to tall in height and are good for cutting gardens.

Grandiflora GR

Usually tall in height with clusters of flowers per each long stem. These plants are good for cutting gardens and rose garden backdrops.

Floribunda FL

Often more compact than Hybrid Teas or Grandifloras. These plants usully have medium size flowers that often bloom in clusters. They are good frontal plants in rose gardens or as an added interest in perennial gardens.

Climbers CL

Have long canes that can easily be trained to cover and climb a trellis, fence or wall and vary in bloom size and form.

Tree Roses TR

More of a form where a rose is grafted to a long trunk transforming the rose into a "tree". These can be used in landscaping, gardens or as a patio plant.

Miniture Roses M

Considerably smaller in statue that other roses yest still produce beautiful blooms and lovely foliage. These plants are great as a potted plant or in a rose garden. These make great cutting flowers.

Shrub Roses SH

Usually a more disease resistant and bushy plant vary both in bloom size and form, are. These plants can come in a variety of height ranges and will work well in a rose garden as well as in landscaping.

Knockout Roses KR

Not necessarily a class of rose, Knockouts are a noteworthy shrub rose. Fantastic for landscaping, rose gardens and additional interest in perennial beds, these shrub roses are disease resistant and profuse bloomers.

2019 Rose Varieties

  • All Dressed Up
  • All My Loving
  • Anna's Promise
  • Arctic Blue
  • Blue Girl
  • Celestial Night
  • ChaChing
  • Chicago Peace
  • Chrysler Imperial
  • Cinco de Mayo
  • Dick Clark
  • Don Juan
  • Doris Day
  • Double Delight
  • Double Knock Out
  • Easy Going
  • Easy Spirit
  • Easy to Please
  • Ebb Tide
  • Edith's Darling
  • Elina
  • Fragrant Cloud
  • Frangrant Plum
  • Frida Kahlo
  • George Burns
  • Gold Medal
  • Good as Gold
  • Happy Go Lucky
  • Heirloom
  • Henry Fonda
  • Hot and Sassy
  • In The Mood
  • Ink Spots
  • Intrigue
  • John F. Kennedy
  • Joseph's Coat
  • Julia Child
  • Jump for Joy
  • Ketchup and Mustard
  • Knock Out
  • Lady in Red
  • Lasting Love
  • Life of the Party
  • Livin' Easy
  • Love Song
  • Mister Lincoln
  • New Dawn
  • Oh My!
  • Oklahoma
  • Opening Night
  • Oregold
  • Parade Day
  • Peace
  • Perfect Moment
  • Pink Knock Out
  • Pope John Paul II
  • Pretty Lady Rose
  • Pumpkin Patch
  • Queen Elizabeth
  • Radiant Perfume
  • Rio Samba
  • Rosie the Riveter
  • Royal Gold
  • Scentimental
  • Sedona
  • Shockwave
  • Smoke Rings
  • Smokin' Hot
  • St. Patrick
  • Stormy Weather
  • Strike it Rich
  • Sugar Moon
  • Sunny Knock Out
  • Take it Easy
  • Top Gun
  • Touch of Class
  • Tropical Lighting
  • Tropicana
  • Trumpeter
  • Twilight Zone
  • Veteran Honor
  • Violet's Pride
  • We Salute You