Mail Order Roses:
Antique Rose EmporiumThe Antique Rose Emporium is your source for old garden and antique roses. Not only do they have two retail display gardens in Texas, but they offer own root, mail order roses throughout the continental United States.


Chamblee's Rose NurseryChamblee's Rose Nursery is located in Tyler, Texas, the rose capital of the world.  We have been a family owned and operated business since 1953, and our specialty has always been roses.  By nature, garden roses and miniature roses are hardier and require less care than most other roses.  Our roses are grown on their own root system, with no bud union, which makes them more freeze-tolerant than grafted roses.


Other Nurseries:
Milberger's Landscaping and Nursery:   Our staff can help you with any project size, ranging from one container to a few window boxes to an entire landscape restoration. 
Quality Organic Products   has a complete line of highest quality soil mixes, compost, and mulches.   They also have an extensive stock of rock and palletized stone for homeowners and landscapers.   Products may be picked-up on site or they can deliver within a 300 mile radius of San Antonio.
Stone & Soil Depot, Inc. has three convenient locations to serve your needs for soil mixes, composts, mulches, and landscape rock and native stone products.   Bulk sales are available as well as delivery to your job site.
The Garden Center Nursery has served the northwest area for over 30 years at its Bandera Road location.   The nursery provides a complete selection of plant materials, hard goods, gifts, landscape and tree planting service.
Weeks RosesWeeks Roses-Is a wholesale grower of bareroot roses, offering a broad selection of popular, unusual & AARS-winning roses to nurseries and garden centers throughout the U.S. Weeks Roses, offers a Unique selection of Specialty Roses, Hybrid Tea Roses, Floribundas, Grandifloras, Heirloom Roses, Climbing Roses, Miniature Roses, Own Root Roses and Tree Roses.
Fanick's Garden Center:  Fanick’s is celebrating 75 years of serving the gardening needs of San Antonio gardeners.   The nursery is located on 10 acres, which provides ample space to stock a complete line of all gardening plants.   You will find vegetable plants for all needs; fruit trees, all types and varieties that do well in San Antonio; roses, all types are potted and ready to plant; bedding plants, annuals, perennials; a wide selection of trees and shrubs; and, tropical plants.   Fanick’s carries a full line of fertilizers, including the popular organic brands such as Medina, Lady Bug, Espoma, Fox Farm and New Earth.
Rainbow Gardens:  Two Rainbow Gardens Nurseries at your service.   One at 2585 Thousand Oaks and one at 8516 Bandera Road.   Both specialize in xeriscape plants, native plants, pottery, trees, shrubs, ground covers, perennials, annuals, herbs, vegetables, insecticides, fungicides, fertilizers, organic pesticides, and organic fertilizers. San Antonio’s Premier Garden Centers!   A huge selection of plants and garden accessories on a five acre park like setting.
Rose References:
All-American Rose Selections:  AARS Home Page: Contains some history of the rose, gardening tips and roses that have been selected over the years that have won the distinction of "AARS"


Baldo's Bug Page: Baldo Villegas, a California entomologist who loves roses, provides valuable information on rose pests and diseases.  If you expect to see beautiful roses here, forget it. You better go to Fantasyland or to another website. Every rose illustrated in this website will have a problem. In some cases there is no solution but in most cases he will try to come up with the culprit that could have caused the problem and hopefully help you avoid the problem in the future.


HelpMeFind Roses: A site devoted to roses and all that is rose related, including selecting, buying, breeding, caring for and exhibiting.  We have cataloged over 26,000 roses and have more than 29,000 photos along with thousands of rose nurseries, public and private gardens, rose societies, authors, breeders, hybridizers and publications from all over the world.


PlantAnswers:  A site presented by "Texas Cooperative Extension Horticulture, The Texas A&M University System".


The Rosarian:  A site devoted to roses and the gardeners who cultivate them. This site offers a compendium of the various resources at GardenWeb related to roses.


Rosarian's Corner: This forum provides a community for rose enthusiasts to discuss all facets of roses and their care with expert rosarian's providing knowledgeable first hand information.


Rose Forum: This forum is meant for the discussion of roses--how to care for them, recommendations for selections, sources for plants, etc. Associated with GardenWeb.


Rose Magazine: Articles on Roses, gardening information, rose forum, rose chat and rose catalog. Gardening tips for all types of roses.


Rosemania:  AARS Home Page: Contains some history of the rose, gardening tips and roses that have been selected over the years that have won the distinction of "AARS"


Avas Flowers: An Informational Flower Guide About the Rose.


Fragrance X Library: All About Rose Gardening.


Affiliated Societies and Societies within the South Central District with websites: (For a complete list of societies in the SCD click here)
South Central District
American Rose Society
Tulsa Rose Society (Oklahoma)
Dallas Rose Society (Texas)
Houston Rose Society (Texas)


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