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What climbing rose did you use?
rose arbor at brick area (with banksia rose)
What's not to like? Oh my roses and such a cozy healthy growth. Reminds
Love the roses and rambling, seclusion
Sanctuary created by the climbing rose
The plants with stones, the rose bush, shade
beautiful climbing roses. Pink Eden roses.
this is my idea in the backyard but the roses take forever to grow like this in Texas. kate moss landscape, southern CA
shade just where you need it. For instance, by constructing a simple rose arbor over a rustic bench, you’d block the sun while adding a sense of intimacy. The width of the canopy and orientation of the sitting area will dictate how much shade is cast and at what time of the day. Selecting the right plant
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what is the name of purple flower..is it a ladybank rose?
Lady Banksia has very tiny yellow roses.
Adorable. Love how the flowers frame this.
Love the roses on the brick!!
Climbing roses around garage and guest house?
Get a rose to climb on the garage and the barn.
Train climbing roses on your garage, entry or patio. English roses or other varieties create
How do you use decorative garden urns?
Would like some roses ? Climbing on wall
crushed rock floor in rose garden
use of roses and textured green bushes
Simple roses and a chunky terra cotta
it's a reasonable way to climb ,climbing rose which is in the middle of garden.
A variety of surrounding plants lighten up the look of a formal rose plot. The roses are still separate and easy to feed, prune and spray, but the look is far from dull.
aphids, chinch bugs, fleas, ticks, chiggers, grubs, scale, powdery mildew and webworms. Some ornamental plants, such as roses, are especially susceptible to aphids and powdery mildew, so stay on top of these problems before they take their toll in your garden. To manage pests, start with the least invasive
Which varieties are these and how much spacing is there in between plants to pull off this look
Roses up against boxwood hedge. I need to add more roses In front .
The roses in the parterre
the garden with roses
boxwood, fountain and roses
bushes with different color roses
rose garden with boxwood
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boxwood around roses
Roses and boxwoods...Rose garden...the roses...Rose gaeden...roses and box...for the roses...like the roses...Borders and roses...Boxed in roses...red and white roses
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What kind of plant is above the door, under the window? Is it a vine? How does it grow? Such a beautiful idea!
How is the Wisteria hanging above the door ?
What kind of white roses are those?
The tall plants are standard roses. If you in a zone that has winter temperatures that fall below freezing the plant will lose
lose it's leaves. You would prune the top (round ball) just like you would prune any other rose. Here's a link for more info http://www.davidaustinroses.com/english/Advanced.asp?PageId=1932 I hope this helps!
love how this adds interest between the driveway and walkway
Rose of sharon trained and trimmed as a tree with lavender
I definitely want to include roses in my garden, they remind me of my mum.
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The lighting on the table is an upside down chandelier. The climbing iceberg roses on the trellis gives drama to an otherwise boring wall. Douglas Hill Photography
get climbing roses to grow in a pot? Do u have to do anything
It's a variety of white climbing rose ....google a reputable mail order source.
I had no problem with the roses in a pot . . .they climbed on the lattice. Climate was perfect. They are iceberg roses. Very prolific.
Roses out of planter for side entry
planter of roses with trellis on either side of window
Planters. Climbing roses. Trellises. Light fixtures.
climbing roses; trellis behind against wall
Climbing rose on trellis (mail order source)
2. Mix your soil. Roses are heavy feeders, needing a lot of nutrients to keep growing and blooming. Container-grown roses will need a consistent diet of quality soil and nutrients, so get them off to a good start when planting. Mix together in equal amounts:• Potting soil• Garden compost• Well-rotted
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Are those roses? What is the name? Thank you in advance!!
Beside the roses what is the plant that is climbing the wall?
How did you attach the roses to the wall?
Sally Holmes climbing roses in a bed that is 2 feet deep by 3' wide by 3' deep.
Love the rose bush or replace with a peony bush
Like the trailer against the brick wall with the roses
Wall without window next to laundry window-Sally Holmes Roses
Lovely rose climbers and also creeper vine
Frame your door with rosesAh, it’s hard to beat a cloud of pretty roses around your front door. Granted, this particular look may take a few years to establish, but, in the meantime, you can cheat by placing rose bushes in planters either side of the entrance.
Rose covered arbor
A view threw the rose covered arbor to a lounging patio built into a grove of redwood trees.
I love how the vegetation is being used to separate space. This would be a good idea for how to separate the garden from the rest of the
Roses and a lilac type of plant
Climbing roses on trellis and wisteria
Both - wisteria and climbing antique rose. SCORE
a garden room. White climbing roses on an arched metal arbor form a romantic entry to a lawn enclosure at this San Francisco residence. Light-colored fabrics catch the eye and keep loungers cool in the heat while a background of mature cedars helps make the blooming roses stand out.