New in the Gardens

Home/New in the Gardens

Long-stem Pumpkins

Introducing Long-Stem Pumpkins. A Roger’s Gardens exclusive and a designer favorite. Every pumpkin is a unique piece of art and will add creativity to your Fall displays and bring compliments from your family and friends. Our growers practice sustainable agriculture, biological pest control, crop rotation and soil biodiversity. All our plants are non-GMO. [...]

Monarchs and Milkweeds, What Gardeners Need to Know

UPDATE: Roger’s Gardens no longer sells or recommends tropical milkweed. The nation’s leading Monarch conservation organizations now recommend planting only native milkweed species. Please join us and only cultivate native milkweed species, and share this information with friends and fellow gardeners. Recently, gardeners and the public in general are becoming [...]

‘Sunbelievable’ Sunflower

This award-winning, multi-branching, heat tolerant, non-invasive annual produces over 1,000 flowers in a single season, throughout summer until first frost. Sunny yellow petals with a dash of rich red surround the large brown center of each. Excellent in borders and containers.

Huntington’s 100th

Huntington's 100th Supporting the Centennial of the world famous Huntington Library and Gardens in San Marino, CA. Bred by rosarian Tom Carruth, curator of the Huntington's Rose collection. this old-fashioned rose is a soft pastel yellow touched with a blush of orchid pink and cream, with a powerful fragrance reminiscent of citrus blossoms [...]

Flowering Senettis

Senettis are a great indicator that winter is coming to and end and spring is right around the corner. Senettis have multitudes of bright, vivid blooms above gorgeous, compact foliage. Unparalleled for their early season color, the plants stay beautiful for weeks indoors then rebloom after they move outside. Don't forget to snag one [...]