Growing beautiful roses is no longer a thorn in your side.

The name
says it all.

Easy Elegance® marries the eye-catching beauty of hybrid tea roses with the low-maintenance of shrub roses, offering the best of both worlds.

Why Easy Elegance®

easy-care shrub rose

Just plant them in a sunny spot and forget about them. That is until you’re struck by their stunning beauty.

Sunrise Sunset Easy Elegance rose in branded container in bloom

High Voltage Easy Elegance Roses in full bloom

blooms spring to frost

These long-lasting roses are sure to perform beautifully in your garden all season long, from spring to frost.

naturally disease resistant

No complicated pruning or chemical applications required. Nothing bugs these roses. Not even bugs.

Champagne Wishes Easy Elegance Roses in full bloom

Garden Gab

When questions crop up, Garden Gab has your answer. Get valuable tips and answers to common questions or ask your own.

  • Before you go straight to fertilizing, take a moment to rule out overwatering (damp yellow) or lack of water (crispy or dead). Next look at the foliage for signs of disease or insect damage. Could there have been a drift from a weed killer that might be distorting the foliage? With those things in mind, check for signs that nutrients are lacking. Here’s a helpful guide:

    • Light green foliage and yellowing mature foliage can be a sign that a plant needs nitrogen.
    • Chlorosis (light green leaves with dark green veins) can be a signal that a plant needs potassium.
    • If older leaves are turning purple at the base and other leaves are dull, dark-green, there could be a deficiency of phosphorous.

    If none of these fit the bill or if you’re not sure, a soil test can help answer questions about missing nutrients. As always, ask your local garden center professional for guidance in selecting the best fertilizer for your soil and plants. That’s what they’re there for!

  • Actually, Easy Elegance® Roses require very little pruning. If there are damaged canes, it’s a good idea to prune them off now so the cuts have time to heal before winter. Deadheading, snipping off the faded roses, will help encourage your rose to repeat flower. Our planting and care guide has additional tips including ones for winter preparation and overwintering.

  • Easy Elegance® roses have a smaller maturing size and require very little pruning. With their first year, it will probably be limited to deadheading, snipping off the spent flowers. To deadhead, trim off the stem of the flower you are removing at the flower cluster and be careful not to remove the buds that are coming on. Once that whole cluster of flowers is finished, trim the stem off just above the next set of leaves.

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