I love helping friends create their dream gardens, and when it comes to drawing up plans for a fragrant rose garden, there are a few
Helpful Tips for Growing All Types of Roses
There is nothing more delightful than a backyard rose garden, and there are so many roses to choose from, from dainty to robust. While roses used to be a plant that only the true green thumb gardener would tackle, these days, there is a wide range of easy-to-grow rose plants even for beginning gardeners. However, with so many varieties, it’s often confusing to understand their differences and know which ones are suitable for your area and growing style. We compiled some rose plant information to help narrow your search for the perfect backyard garden.
Some roses grow well in a pot, and others happily climb a trellis. There are some with a stately appearance, making them ideal as a hedge. Roses are available in various colors, from orange, pink, and white to red, purple, and yellow, and their size ranges from miniature to extra-large. Learn which ones are fragrant or disease resistant and which types have fall color or thorns by browsing our rose photos and descriptions. Find out how to prune your shrubs and give them care as they grow.
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