Plant guides for the Northwest region, specifically the Pacific Northwest, need plant varieties that will do well in the region's generally cool maritime climate.
The Pacific Northwest region includes both the moist climate of the west side of the Cascade Mountains, and the dry eastern side of the mountains.
Includes: Washington, Oregon, Western Idaho, northern California, and parts of Montana.
Zone 8 on the Coast to zone 5 further inland.
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It is important to choose roses that are resistant to black spot and mildew.
Hybrid Tea's, China's and Noisettes generally need more heat than this region provides.
This is a list of roses that other gardeners from this region have reported having success with. If you live in this region, and grow any of these roses, won't you share your experiences with it (good and bad), we want to hear about it, and see a picture if you have one. Submit it here.
~Easy Going~Apricot -Floribunda
~Felicia~Pink Blend-Hybrid Musk
~Stanwell Perpetual~Shell Pink- Hybrid Spinosissima
~Robusta~Scarlet Red- Hybrid Rugosa
~Sunset Celebration~Apricot/Pink- Hybrid Tea
~Topaz Jewel~ Pale Yellow-Rugosa
~Tournament of Roses~ Pink-Grandiflora
This list is only a guide, suggested by other gardeners in this area, you may have different suggestions, or grow a rose well that is not recommended.
I welcome your comments, and/or pictures of ones that grow well for you. Please share them with us! Submit here. Thanks!