26,901 Rose Shrubs Home Design Photos

Statile & Todd
3 Reviews
Herringbone Brick Path In An Orchard
Ideabooks3,502
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through the dwarf fruit trees in the orchard. A fence keeps the deer out which is bordered by everblooming shrub roses. Clematis climbs the fence bringing complimentary colors to the palate for the roses.
What is this pink rose hedge please, thanks
screen with clematis and rose bushes
Orchard with lattice fence. The fence has Clematis and shrub or climbing roses on it.
shrub roses + climbing clematis for height difference
trellis for clematis with roses underneath
Ever blooming shrub roses and clematis
Exquisite RosesRoses are heavy feeders — in terms of both food and water. Fertilize once a month and give each rose about 5 gallons of water each week (or about 1 inch per week). Water in the morning, at the base of the plant to help discourage black spot.
“Roses” — moyskione
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Commonwealth Avenue Garden
Ideabooks213
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the historic brownstone. Weathered-wood planting beds spill with new hardy shrubs, perennials, grasses, and herbs; a paper birch and a wind-sculpted spruce lend dramatic texture, structure, and scale to the space. Rugosa rose, juniper, lilac, peony, iris, perovskia, artemisia, nepeta, heuchera, sedum
the historic brownstone. Weathered-wood planting beds spill with new hardy shrubs, perennials, grasses, and herbs; a paper birch and a wind-sculpted spruce lend dramatic texture, structure, and scale to the space. Rugosa rose, juniper, lilac, peony, iris, perovskia, artemisia, nepeta, heuchera, sedum
“Perennials vs. Annuals” — Custom Threads
EPT DESIGN
Holladay
Ideabooks2,598
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1. Shrubs and evergreens. Shrubs, trees and evergreens provide structure
not the shrubs...this would work in the middle
nice use of boxwood and roses with terminus
a variety of shrub and foliage sizes and colors will read as more informal and looser.
can choose shrubs that have a more shorn and formal hedge appeal, such as boxwood (Buxus spp, zones 5 to 9) and holly (Ilex spp, zones 4 to 9), or loosen up a bit with abelia (Abelia spp, zones 6 to 9), viburnum (Viburnum spp, zones 2 to 8) and nandina (Nandina spp, zones 6 to 11). Shrubs with the same
same leaf size and color will appear more formal, while a variety of shrub and foliage sizes and colors will read as more informal and looser.Shown: Japanese boxwood (Buxus microphylla japonica)
“GORGEOUS.” — Burgundy Wisrock-Eckert
Gregory Lombardi Design
1 Review
Transitions: Pathways, Landings & Steps
Ideabooks1,597
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Climbing rose on shed.
walkway with manucured box shrub
Path, shrubs.
“Walkway” — mdblisard
Great Outdoors Landscaping , LLC
general landscaping
Ideabooks60
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rose bushes climbing fence
pink rose...climbing rose
“cecil bruners somewhere” — slosandi
Garrett Churchill Inc.
Large Landscape Renovation
Ideabooks376
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not loving roses inside
“Exterior colours” — oatleyproject2014
Stuart Silk Architects | Limited PS
5 Reviews
Courtyard Residence
Ideabooks216
Questions1
hedges around rose beds
rose gardens
“Love the stone” — beckie2256
Harold Leidner Landscape Architects
31 Reviews
Private Residence - English Tudor
Ideabooks183
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Boxwood round shrub
“Layout” — samannmoran
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