54,444 rose pot Home Design Photos

Liquidscapes
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Howard Roberts
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pots for small shrub roses up to 2 to 3 feet tall; and 18- to 22-inch-deep pots for larger shrub roses that grow up to 4 feet tall.
love this idea.. going to do this if I can afford several huge pots.
that clay pots do a better job at keeping rose roots cool during hot summers. Use containers that are large enough for the type of rose you'll be growing — 10-inch-deep containers for miniature roses up to 1 1/2 feet tall; at least 1-foot-deep containers for patio roses up to 2 feet tall; 15-inch-deep pots
shrub roses up to 2 to 3 feet tall; and 18- to 22-inch-deep pots for larger shrub roses that grow up to 4 feet tall.
Knock Out roses complement any landscape and are perfect in perennial borders and container plantings. They also combine beautifully with other flowering plants, provided you choose those with similar sun and water requirements.Daylilies (Hemerocallis spp, zones 3 to 9) are perfect spring/summer complements
“Knock Out Roses- blooms constantly in full sun, easy to grow.” — Claire Reeger
Joani Stewart-Georgi - Montana Ave. Interiors
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outdoor spaces
Ideabooks6,825
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iceberg roses on the trellis gives drama to an otherwise boring wall. Douglas Hill Photography
It's a variety of white climbing rose ....google a reputable mail order source.
rose trelis up the wall . chandilier on table.
Roses out of planter for side entry
planter of roses with trellis on either side of window
Planters. Climbing roses. Trellises. Light fixtures.
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 steer manure
added to potting soil will do.
White roses can be considered a neutral — they will go with virtually any other color in the garden. And if you have entertaining spaces where you like to gather in the evening, white roses will almost glow in the night. This light flower color really pops in the landscape
“So Romantic” — judyhelene
Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
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Grace Design Associates
Ideabooks2,233
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of the rose used in this pot? also the ivy? it looks so good :)
Meidiland rose in this same situation? I love this rose for containers.
Shown: Iceberg Rose with Glacier Ivy
blooming roses and trailing ivy. Shown: Iceberg Rose with Glacier Ivy
I love the urn and the ivy and roses-great drama in a single planting piece!
modern David Austin roses would also give a rather wild, romantic look growing through stonework or planted in aged urns or containers.
Plants of a Gothic Garden Roses should be included in your Gothic
luv the roses in the planter
blooming roses and trailing ivy. Shown: Iceberg Rose with Glacier Ivy
Plants of a Gothic GardenRoses should be included in your Gothic garden. They were a favorite in medieval art and tapestries, and even the Victorians, including William Morris, used them in wallpapers and fabric design.Go for the
“white rose” — kevinchu
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Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
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Grace Design Associates
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Hi, I absolutely LOVE this look for my front steps. Can you please tell me what the roses are and would they bloom the first year? Thank you.
Love the roses in the urns
Floribunda Rose, bacopa and Ivy glacier
adore. Roses in large urn at the edge of patio
love the rose bush in the pot...
Go for classic style. White roses are a girl's best friend (or is
White roses are a girl's best friend (or is that diamonds?). Whatever your taste, a lush urn overflowing with blooms can make the heart swell. And did I mention the scent?
12. Urns, planters and garden art. An old pot has so much more character, and often a more graceful shape, than the same-old
same-old pots stocked by the big home improvement stores. Stately urns, vintage terra-cotta pots and jars, and handmade pottery can always be of use in the garden or in the house. Also keep an eye out for unusual one-offs — castoff mirrors, metal trellises and statues can take your garden from ho-hum to
“urn, terra cotta, white roses” — npeverest
Gaulhofer Windows
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custom windows
Ideabooks2,690
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Pot paired with roses? works well
use of roses and textured green bushes
Simple roses and a chunky terra cotta planter
it's a reasonable way to climb ,climbing rose which is in the middle of garden.
formal rose plot. The roses are still separate and easy to feed, prune and spray, but the look is far from dull.
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 methods possible — handpicking them or hitting them with a hard spray of water. If they aren't causing too
“house color court yard” — Traci Rogers
Scot Meacham Wood Design
Scot Meacham Wood Design
Ideabooks16,768
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table. pots of boxwood? along the side.
trade my potted centerpiece for a vase full of cut flowers from my garden. In that case I’ll take a cue from this image, layering the objects on my table and varying their heights to create a lush and cohesive tablescape for a more formal dinner.
Bordered by rose bushes, potted boxwoods, and Camilla trees, the heart of the garden makes for a well-loved entertaining hot spot. Teak outdoor furniture, rug, and pillows all from Ballard Design maintain the classic feel of the home's interior.
trade my potted centerpiece for a vase full of cut flowers from my garden. In that case I’ll take a cue from this image, layering the objects on my table and varying their heights to create a lush and cohesive tablescape for a more formal dinner.See more of this house
“Love the marine theme to this table. Crate and Barrel tablecloth with navy tape edging and the rug.” — doublemoorings
Town and Country Conservatories
Conservatories
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use of potted plants to transition to outside area
Trailing Rose plant for garden room
climbing roses, pots
thriving potted plants as the connecting element.
Kim: potted trees...Potted plants...Flower pots...big pots...potted trees
“greenhouse sunroom” — jelco200
HartmanBaldwin Design/Build
Kipp Residence
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using less roses. Knockout Roses are really the only variety that I use on a regular basis in our area. Traditional roses need to much preening and are hard work. But I like the hedge in this picture because it frames the more colorful plants
Rose Pot on Brick Ring. Boxwood in pot's. Nice
boxwood with roses behind
garden, roses
“Everything~” — watch8165
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