The wide variety and types of roses we offer can be a bit overwhelming. Here is a quick introduction to the various types of roses available. Regan Nursery carries more than 1000 types of Grade 1 roses. Here are the different types of roses we offer.
'Romantica® Roses' are Star Rose Company's English style rose. Bred in Provence, France by the Meilland Rose Company, these hybrids have old fashioned flower...[View "Romantica® Roses"]
What is the 'Simple-to-Grow' rose collection?
'Simple-to-Grow' roses have been chosen by the David Austin Rose company falling into 4 groups that a...[View 'Simple-to-Grow']
We are always happy to see the new rose introductions for the upcoming season. Some roses have been tested in our Nursery and we will share our thoughts as we can...[View 2016 New Rose Introductions]
All American Rose (AARS) is a designation given by the American Rose Society to roses evaluated for a certain period of time by members and test gardens throughou...[View All America Rose Selections Winner]
Climbing roses are one of our customers' favorite types of roses. They add grace & nostalgia to any garden. From the classic tea rose to the ...[View Climbing Roses]
David Austin English Roses, after more than fifty years of breeding, combine the flower forms and fragrance of old roses with the wider color selection, repeat-bl...[View David Austin English Roses]
Weeks Roses collection of Floribunda roses that are easy to grow, disease resistant, vigorous and free flowering....[View Easy To Love Roses]
Floribunda roses are ideal for borders or containers. With a cluster of flowers topping each stem, Floridbunda roses provide an almost constant show of color, and...[View Floribunda Roses]
Created for the cut flower industry, these roses can be part of your garden and ready to cut for your flower arrangements....[View Florist Rose Collection]
Grandiflora roses are another of our customer's favorite types of roses. Tall elegant plants that bloom repeatedly during the season, they generally feature clust...[View Grandiflora Roses]
Ground Cover roses, considered Landscape roses, are generally care-free, though they do respond well to regular fertilizing. They typically are relatively low gro...[View Ground Cover Roses]
Hybrid Foetida roses are the origin of the modern yellow rose. They are appreciated for their growth habit, not their fragrance, which can be rather unusual!...[View Hybrid Foetida Roses]
Hybrid Musk roses were created by an English clergyman, Joseph Pemberton... whose first roses in 1913 were 'Moonlight' and 'Danae' Some Musk roses flower all seas...[View Hybrid Musk Roses]
Hybrid Rugosa Roses are tough but beautiful shrubs, with showy red hips in fall and winter. Hybrid Rugosa roses are generally very tolerant of poor soils and cold...[View Hybrid Rugosa Roses]
Hybrid Teas Roses are tall, elegant plants producing the classic long-stem rose. They produce individual blossoms and flower repeatedly during the season. Hardy i...[View Hybrid Tea Roses]
Landscape Roses are selected from a variety of classes, based on their ease of care. Landscape Roses are disease-resistant, require little pruning, grow quickly t...[View Landscape Roses]
What is the color "Mauve"?? Best answer is that it is the closet color to a blue rose that you are going to get....[View Mauve]
If you are looking for just the right rose to remember someone special, these roses may fill that need....[View Memorial Rose Collection]
Miniature Roses are perfection on a small scale and can't fail to captivate! Miniature roses are great in containers, make lovely borders, and solve the space pro...[View Miniature Roses]
Polyantha Roses make a perfect, easy-to-grow selection for pot, border, or small garden. Blooms masses of flowers!...[View Polyantha Roses]
Roses will grow in the heat, you just need to get them started early.
If you live in Southern California, Arizona, Nevada, New Mexico and Texas- these roses ...[View Some Like It Hot!]