Bareroot plants are often a smarter choice than potted plants, both for their (generally) lower prices and for their ability to adapt well to a new site. Bareroot roses season is only from November to March, while the plants are in their dormant phase and can be safely transported.
This collection gathers all of the fruit that have bareroot as an available option. We currently do not have the ability to filter out products whose bareroot options are out of stock/season. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Bareroot plants | November to March
Our bareroot plants are sold only from November to March, but this can vary by species and type. Generally, these are the season for bareroot plants: