Posted on Oct 18th 2017
It pays to shop early at Witherspoon!
Browse our 2018 roses and take advantage of our Early Bird Discount!
15% off 6 or more roses if you order before 1/31/18
Use coupon code EB2018 at checkout.
We are now accepting pre-orders and shipping will begin in February 2018.
Many people ask these very same questions, and if you search online you will find many different opinions. Here's a brief explanation of how we, at Witherspoon, operate our rose growing department. At Witherspoon, we get all our roses in at one time (January), and we spend a couple of weeks grading and prepping our 26,000 [...]
Prepare for your New Rose Garden in the FallSpiced cider, moonlit hayrides, and bonfires usher us into the time of year where the air is crisp and sweet as the season's apples. Autumn weather also brings with it one last beautiful flush of roses. When you are surrounded by blooms that rival spring's first blossoms, [...]
Fill Your Home with Fall Roses A well placed arrangement of fresh cut roses adds beauty and elegance to any space. Unfortunately for us arrangements will not stay fresh forever, but there are steps we can take to lengthen the time we have to enjoy fresh cut roses. Cut Roses in the MorningCutting roses in the middle [...]
This is a fun and exciting opportunity to learn about the basics of rose care from one of the best, Witherspoon CEO David Pike. Join us for this free 2 hour class as we cover all of the major facets to growing beautiful roses including topics like planting, fertilizing, pruning, and winterizing. When you arrive, [...]
All departments of Witherspoon will be closed Saturday September 2nd - Monday September 4th so our employees can spend the holiday weekend with their families. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause. We will reopen Tuesday September 5th. We hope you have a safe and enjoyable Labor Day!
Dear WRC Clients,We’ve moved! If you haven’t had the chance to stop by our new home, you certainly should! Many have asked about our progress and I wanted to take a minute to update you. Renovations to the existing building were completed and we moved from our home of nearly 65 years into a freshly updated building in December [...]
Watering and Irrigation If you've followed our recommendations of the last few months concerning irrigation, you should be in good shape. When the weather gets hotter and drier for longer periods, you may need to increase the amount of time that you irrigate and/or the frequency of irrigation. If you were watering twice a week for [...]
Beat the Heat! July is usually the month where most rose gardens go downhill. This happens because gardeners are thinking about vacations, the awful heat, and are not willing to step outside to do a little tending to their garden. If you can make an effort to keep your roses looking good through this part of [...]
Beetles... Beetles... Everywhere... What Am I To Do? There’s nothing like a leisurely walk through a rose garden in full bloom. Vivid colors and a sweet rose fragrance beckon you into a garden alive with romance and Japanese beetles…WAIT! WHAT? There are few things that will frustrate the home rosarian more than Japanese beetles. So what are we [...]