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Statile & Todd
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Herringbone Brick Path In An Orchard
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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
row of roses - along back of picket fence maybe?
shrub roses + climbing clematis for height difference
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.
Southeast. "Roses are in full swing right
Enjoy abundant rose blooms. Roses are in full swing right now. Let your roses flesh out; prune less in May so they grow taller. This is usually good advice for the first couple of cuttings. Then you can prune at will, remembering to cut the next five leaflets at an angle. Expert Pruning Secrets for Exquisite
“Grey Lattice fence” — remakable13
a Blade of Grass
8 Reviews
Brookline Brownstone
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directly behind is Hibiscus syriacus 'Lucy'; the pink flowers to the left are Blushing Knockout Roses; the dark purple flowers behind the rose are Salvia 'May Night'; the bright reddish pink flowers are Red Knockout Roses; the tree on the left side is Styrax japonicus; and just in front of that is Hydrangea
“Jardin +” — isabelleleduc75
Harold Leidner Landscape Architects
31 Reviews
Koi Ponds
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The low flowers are Begonias. The taller flowers are Knockout roses. Thanks.
Knockout roses.with greens in front. Idea for area in back where azaleas are now
good example of how roses do in our area
Shrubs with knockouts
Small boxwood with roses
Mix of Encore Roses
“Boxwood border” — jcleveland22
Petals and Paths Garden & Landscape Design
Chevy Chase Estate
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What's the name of the pink roses
I specified "Zephirine Drouhin Climbing Rose". Planted on the north side of the stone wall I wanted a rose that did well with some shade. There is a lovely fragrance to this rose too. And, as it is planted right near one of the main pathways, I wanted a rose that didn't have a lot of thorns so that
that when the irresistible urge comes to pluck a perfect bloom there's little to discourage it. It is hard to find roses that bloom so profusely all the way across the plants - but these are wonderful.
Small leafy plants in front of our rose bushes
"Zephirine Drouhin Climbing Rose" Nearly thornless, does well even in partial shade, or on north-facing
“Love the climbing rose” — jaskeland
Arcadia Gardens, LLC
3 Reviews
Relaxing Deck
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They are pink RADcon Knock-Out Roses
Knockout roses brd outlined with brickd
Pink RADcon Knock-out roses
knockout roses, hostas
Rose garden...Roses in group...pink Radcon roses...Like roses...Hosta roses...Like Zelda's roses
“curved brick around planting bed” — Carol Luddecke
dabah landscape designs
3 Reviews
Garden Spaces
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Hi, Please let me know if these roses can be grown in
Approximately, how many roses bushes are in this area? I'm assuming they are planted on the opposite side or is it this side of the photo? It's a beautiful landscape.
Love the look these plants give used together! Could you identify the variety of rose and what
with this vignette, brilliant, truly. I would love to try this in front of our white pickets in the side yard. Unfortunately I'd have to plant the roses in front of the fence as well......
head. I ma truly is awe with this. What are the purple things? Lavender? I am trying to order this. These Roses I know are climbing roses, David Austin's I been researching this.
What kind of rose is this
“Fabulous roses!” — robinebaker
Michelle
Frenchflair
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red roses by porch
hydrangeas and azaleas
gumpo azalea (jekyll causeway)
Beautiful roses...Just a few azaleas...I love roses
“rhodendums can look nice” — tzvirivky
Garrett Churchill Inc.
Landscape Design and installation
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I love the tree on the left behind the roses! Can you please tell me what it is?
For the front lawn, pine straw, knock-out roses
Like the clean look...clumped grasses and roses
Do this in reverse from driveway down to backyard. Grasses, azaleas
Nelly Stevens holly tree behind roses
Nelly Stevens holly, tree behind roses
“savlia in front of pine” — jbonaser
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