The Q&A Archives: Rose Gardening in Lubbock, TX

Question: We are relocating to Lubbock, Texas and I was wondering what kind of plants do best in that area. I am an avid rose gardener and wonder how roses do in Lubbock. Sandra Soon to be in Lubbock, TX

Answer: Roses should grow fine in Lubbock, Texas. As a matter of fact, there are many great rosarians in Texas. You might want to check the American Rose Society's web page which I belive is They have listings of rosarians across the country. For more information on what to grow in Lubbock, contact the local County Extension Service (806-894-3159) and ask for a Master Gardener. These are home gardeners who are experienced in all kinds of gardening. Have a great move.

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