Welcome To Roses Unlimited

Own-Root Container Grown Roses

” All Rose Plants Are Certified By The SC Dept. Of Plant Industry – Clemson University “

Roses Unlimited Greenhouses are NOW Open by APPOINTMENT Only.  Greenhouse hours are 9am – 3 pm.. Monday through Friday…..

For your safety & ours we recommend using your mask and social distancing.

Please call to visit the greenhouses…

Thanks for your understanding in these difficult times..

Orders Taken by e-mail rosesunlmt@gmail.com or phone 864-682-7673…

Office Hours:      Monday – Friday      9 am – 3 pm

Shipping begins April 2020 through mid – November 2020 

        THANKS For Your Support In 2019…


                                                          Remembering Good Times

It had been some time since I planned a dinner party.  My gift to a couple just married, a night of wine & roses.  My friend, Joyce and I planned this together.  The excitement of getting my home ready.  Candles, roses, a beautiful table all perfect for the evening.  It was NOT the large arrangement of roses that was the hit of the evening but the small crystal salts at each plate with small lovely roses from my polyantha garden. Polyanthas will always have a place in my garden.

Thanksgiving, just a few days away give reason to know just how thankful one must be for friends, health, gardens, & customers who love the same beauty of roses and continue to return year after year with excitement of a new year soon to start.  Once again with hope and dreams of adding something new and special to our gardens.

Very Special Roses:

Bliss Parfuma – a rose that has it all !

Crazy Love – one planted earlier and now five. Never with out blooms & sprays of beauty that last well as a cut flower. Large shrub type.

Heaven on Earth – blooms from spring to late fall. So very fragrant. I grow several that are planted close together and Plum Perfect peeking through.

Lorenzo Pahissa – I grow this beauty as a climber always in bloom and a lovely flower that is fragrant.

Mystic Beauty – now a border of fourteen. After the early cold here, buds still. Also loves a container. I always plant in a container my new roses in the beginning to see if I like the rose and where the color is where I like it. Some containers are moved often!

Princess Anne – Early buds in April and repeated its beauty all season.

Princesse Charlene de Monaco – color, fragrance, very tall and gorgeous. I have this one planted in a garden that also has containers which were watered every other day. I gave this rose water on that same schedule. Any new planting for me is given this same care…WATER, WATER, WATER.

WHITE GARDEN – Mademoiselle de Sombreuil & George Washington Richardson. Too lovely, not to grow. Tall and stately. I also love the smaller border of Bolero.

THE SIMPLE FLOWER – Planted late, but liked what I saw and look forward to next season – Fire Opal & Sierra Lady. Flowers with fewer petals open in less sun and also even in the rain. A large English, I grow as a climber – The Lark Ascending.

ORDER EARLY to ensure your favorite roses are coming your way. Always a limited number as we continue to try to offer something for everyone.

Pat Henry                November 2019


Now Is The Time To ORDER For Spring 2020

Rose Varieties added for 2020: 

{ Limited Quantities – Order Early For Best Selections }

Bourbons:  Rose Edouard

Buck:  Earth Song

China:  Louis XIV  –  Slater’s Crimson China

Climbers:  Aloha Hawaii – American Pillar – Brice Parfuma – Ghislaine de Feligonde – Joseph’s Coat – Veilchenblau 

English:  Charles Darwin – Desdemona – Huntington Rose – Maid Marion – Roald Dahl – The Ancient Mariner 

Floribundas:  Black Forest Rose – Fashion – Fire King – Floradora – Hannah Gordon – Mardi Gras – Milan – Red Spot – Ruby Ice – Sans Souci – Stadt den Helder – The Faun – White Veranda

Hybrid Musk:  Gravin Michel d’ Ursel – Mozart

Hybrid Teas:  Abbaye de Cluny – All My Loving – Betty Uprichard – Big Ben – Blue Ribbon  – Century Two – Cherry Vanilla – Clair de Lune – Dolly Partin – Duet Supreme – Eliza – Francis Ashton – Ginger Hill – Hawaii – Jean Giono – Jennifer Hart – John S. Armstrong – Lady Rose – Lady X –  Love – Madame Butterfly – Mister Caleb – Moonlight Romantica – Naga Belle – Ole – Patsy Cline – Peggy Rockefeller – Pink Parfait – President Herbert Hoover – Randy Scott – Red Spire – Santa Fe – Secret – Smokin’ Hot – Snowfire – Stile 800 – Strawberry Blonde – Sweet Surrender – Tally Ho – Tampico – Wild Blue Yonder

Miniatures:  Linville – Lupo – Miss Charleston – Misty Dawn – Red Cascade – Sunspray – Sweet Melody – Will O’ The Wisp

Misc OGR:  American Beauty – Belle de Crecy – Dometil Beccard – Ulrich Brunner fils

Noisettes:  Highway 146 Noisette – Placerville White – Secret Garden Noisette

Polyanthas:  Zenaitta

Shrubs:  Carefree Sunshine – Cubana – Edgar Degas – Lady of the Dawn – Pink Robusta – Roter Korsar –  Westerland

Species:  Rosa moschata ‘Temple Musk’

Teas:  The Bride


We at Roses Unlimited Use, Recommend, and SELL    {nursery pick up only} 

Mills Magic Rose Mix and Mills Easy Feed

Mills Magic Rose Mix, a blend of alfalfa meal, cotton seed meal, fish meal, and activated bio- solids, should be mixed into the soil surface in a spring application (April) and repeated in the fall (August).

Mills Easy Feed, a liquid fertilizer, applied monthly during your growing season…provides magnesium sulfate, seaweed extract, chelated iron, fish solubles, and N.P.K. for vibrant healthy growth.


Rose Study Day:   Friday –      April 10, 2020                                        $ 45     9 am – 3 pm

Spring Fest:  April 17 & 18, 2020                  10 am – 3 pm

Annual Open House:  May 15 & 16, 2020  10 am – 3 pm