Roses in the Tri-City and Mid-Columbia areas are easy to work with, bloom for long time, and are available in a huge variety of colors and fragrances. You can use roses in a formal garden or to provide color in regular flower bed. They work best with regular watering, fertilizing, good air flow, and in the sun for at least 8 hours of the day (afternoon sun is best). Here at Job’s, our collection of potted roses are based on the varieties offered by the rose growers of Weeks Roses, David Austin, and Star Roses. Below are our rose lists along with more information on roses.
Here are our rose list:
2018 Job’s Nursery Rose List
Here are our Pinterest Boards for Roses:
Long Stem Roses for Cut Roses
Roses that Climb
Roses for Color and Are Easy to Care For
Roses for Small Spaces
Articles of Roses from the Blog of Job's
This is my thought process on when to yank a rose bush if it has bolted.