Rose Sales

To pay for a rose order that has been confirmed in our Fall Rose Sale, click on the ‘Buy Now’ button below, then:

  1. In Description box enter your order number and your name.
  2. In Price Per Item box enter the total amount due on your order
  3. Leave Quantity box set at 1
  4. After clicking continue you can choose either to use a PayPal account, or (scrolling down the page) click ‘Pay with Debit or Credit Card’, to opt out of using a PayPal account.

Thank you for supporting our efforts to preserve a world of old roses!

To preserve this collection members work through the year to propagate plants for curators and other gardens and nurseries. The ‘extra’ plants are made available once or twice yearly at public events and currently with online sales, followed by a pickup weekend at our location in Sebastopol. Below you’ll find links to previous sale lists and pickup instructions. Our next virtual sale will happen in mid-October to early-November 2020. See details below.

Calendar for Fall 2020 Rose Sale
  • Monday, Oct 12th—Presale list sent to Guardians; order through noon Oct 16th
  • Saturday, October 17th—Public Sale list posted on website
  • Saturday, October 24th—beginning 10 am PST—Orders accepted thru Nov 5th
  • Saturday & Sunday, November 7th – 8th—Order pickup in Sebastopol

Below you’ll find links to our current Fall 2020 sale list with ordering instructions and pick up information. Our final date for orders placed for pickup this Fall is November 5th. Thanks for helping us out!

Click here for our Fall Sale descriptive list. It includes some roses that are NOT available. For a correct starting list with numbers available as of 10/17, check our simple list below.

Click here for our Fall Sale simple list of bands. Available numbers are correct as of Saturday, October 17, 2020.

For more information and for images of most of these roses, we encourage you to go to Help Me Find Roses on the internet. This indispensable free resource is depended upon worldwide by rose lovers both to seek more information and to learn more about others’ experiences with the varieties. While you are there we urge you to join HMF as a supporting member—if you love roses, consider it a duty!