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In-Store Only at all three Witherspoon locations!

NEW Durham Location

Open Mon-Sat 9am-5pm

4800 Garrett Road

Durham, NC 27707

Charlotte Location

Open Mon-Sat 9am-5pm

4401 Shopton Rd

Charlotte, NC 28217

Charlotte

Express Location

Open Tues-Sat 10am-6pm

282 S Sharon Amity Rd

Charlotte, NC 28211

May Rose Care

Roses will begin to bloom in May and gardens will need to be deadheaded after the blooms are spent in order to promote more blooms throughout the season. So get out those pruners out and let's talk about deadheading and cutting blooms for the kitchen table!Why Should I Deadhead? To promote new growth and new flower [...]

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Witherspoon Express Location Open in Charlotte April 18-June 5!

Stop by Cotswald Shopping center and visit our express location! Open Tuesday - Saturday 9am-5pmClick Address for Directions:Cotswold Village282 South Sharon Amity Road Charlotte, NC 28211

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Last Day to Order Bareroot Roses for shipping is April 22nd!

April 22nd is the last day to order bareroot roses from Witherspoon for shipping!  If you are local, stop by any of our garden shop locations to pick up potted roses now through October. Durham Garden Shop 4800 Garrett RdDurham, NC 27707 HoursMonday-Saturday: 9am-5pmSunday: CLOSED Email: GardenShop@WitherspoonRose.comCall: 800-643-0315     Charlotte Garden Shop 4401 Shopton RoadCharlotte, NC 28217 HoursMonday-Saturday: 9am-5pmSunday: CLOSED Email: CharlotteRetail@WitherspoonRose.comCall: 800-643-0315

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Potted Roses Will Be Released April 15th!

Potted roses will be available for pick-up at both of our Garden Shop locations starting April 15th and our Express location in Cotswald Shopping Center in Charlotte starting April 18th. Check out these photos of what's blooming right now!         

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April Rose Care

Spray ProgramIt's time to begin a spray program for the growing season! Now that your plants are coming out of dormancy and even pushing out some leaves, its time to unmound the plants and start the preventative spray program. Unmounding the plants after the danger of frost has passed, which is around April 15 in NC, [...]

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March Rose Care

A Jumpstart for Your RosesFertilizing and Weed ControlWhen it is time to wake up your roses in spring, nothing does the job like a good shot of nutrients. Roses are heavy feeders and they need a good fertilizer to help them break dormancy and sustain healthy growth throughout the growing season. Nitrogen, phosphorous, and potassium (NPK) [...]

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February Rose Care

Are You Ready for Pruning Season? February is the time to prune rose bushes. Pruning a rose bush prepares it for the next growing season by focusing the plant's energy into the strongest canes.  By cutting out the diseased, dead, or weak canes, you are giving the rose bush a healthy foundation for new growth. Make [...]

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January Rose Care

Applying dormant spray is one of the best things you can do for your rose bushes during winter. We recommend using a Dormant Spray Oil mixed with a Contact Fungicide.Why Use Dormant Spray? It is a desiccant that will dry up the remaining leave on your bushes. This is especially helpful in climates that have warm [...]

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December Rose Care

Winterizing Your Rose GardenWhat is Winter Protection?It consists of cutting back the roses to about 36" high and covering the center of the plant with mulch. This is done in early December after we have had several frosts and the roses have gone semi dormant.Why is it Important?Winter protection is important even in North [...]

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