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Rosa 'Sally Holmes'
I have this rose in my back yard. it has a slight
Could be fabulous rose for NE 88th Street.
love shrub roses--my old house had a hedge of Betty Boop
Botanical name: Rosa ‘Sally Holmes’ Common name: Sally Holmes Rose Breed: Hybrid Musk Ballerina
Sally Holmes RoseBreed: Hybrid Musk Ballerina and Ivory Fashion Rose USDA zones: 5-9Water requirement: RegularSun requirement: Full sun to partial shadeMature size: Climbing to 15 feet; can be trained as a shrubTolerances: Disease, shade and heat
Remove spent flowers from roses. As rose blooms fade
leaflets. It's best to choose an outward-facing leaf, because the rose will grow a new shoot from the dormant bud hidden at the base of the leaf.Learn more about growing the Sally Holmes rose
MJ McCabe-Garden Design
Shoreline Cottage Garden
what is the name of the rose and clematis in this picture?
clematis, roses on trellis - office
inevitable “bare legs” of the climbing rose.
paired rose and clematis climbing together
White roses and purple stars....wonder if they come in different colors?
integrate rose bushes on the right wall
arbour over garage door - climbing rose and clematis
2. To frame a window. Shorter roses and clematises are ideal for framing windows, as shown here, although some occasional, judicious trimming may be necessary. An advantage of growing these two plants together is that with correct pruning, the clematis will flower from the base to the top, its flowers
flowers masking the inevitable “bare legs” of the climbing rose.
Suzman Design Associates
Country Court Yard
Could you please tell the name of your rose bushes? Thanks
enjoy roses in your garden, modern landscape roses (as seen above) such as Knockout, Drift, Oso
Rose garden: tons of the same, on a trail
Love the pink roses reminds me of home
dartmouth point house stone, roses, cedar
Love these roses as a border
pink drift roses border the lawn
love a huge mound of roses
species of rose contradicts the unique and rare qualities that are associated with a single bush or stem, I think this flourish of roses only escalates the grandeur and beauty of the rose. In this case, too much of a good thing is a great thing.
For a cottage garden, closely spaced shrub roses might be
a country cottage is undeniably charming. The accompanying English gardens often use roses in groupings that are far less organized and staid that what we think of as a traditional rose garden.
Oso Easy® Peachy Cream Landscape Rose
Oso Easy® Peachy Cream Landscape Rose
LOVE THESE ROSES!!! Height- size and COLOR
these roses somewhere in my garden
Called OSO Easy Peachy Cream roses
Oso Easy Peachy Cream zone 3-9 (compact) Easy care Rose: raised bed along house, or small bed by steps and metal arbor ( in back).
1. 'Oso Easy'. This is actually a group of roses, and all live up to their name. They need no spraying or deadheading, stay compact (1 to 3 feet tall) in small gardens and thrive in USDA climate zones 3 to 9 (find your zone here). Their small size and low maintenance make them perfect for container plantings
Mediterranean Garage And Shed
/josephs-coat-climbing-rose One of the most popular
What type of rose did you use over the garage? 4th of July? It's gorgeous!
Could yoy tell me the name of this climbing rose?
What is the thing that the roses are inning on?
wondering if this rose will tolerate Calgary winters?
This climbing rose is: Joseph's Coat Climbing Rose Rosa x 'Joseph's Coat' You can ask your nursery to stock Monrovia plants. Availability - #Monrovia http://www.monrovia.com/plant-catalog/plants/2766/josephs-coat-climbing-rose.php Happy
I believe this climbing rose was: Joseph's Coat Climbing Rose Rosa x 'Joseph's Coat' Availability - #Monrovia http://www.monrovia.com/plant-catalog/plants/2766/josephs-coat-climbing-rose.php
Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
Grace Design Associates
I'm trying to get information on how to prune and care for my roses.
The Sunset Western Garden Book has an excellent overview of how to care for roses.
rose garden area. replace grass with thyme/irish moss/etc
different color roses all along side of house!
materials can be used as a border for a rose garden. Brick, tile, slate, gravel or even a tailored row of evergreen bushes adds a different dimension to any rose garden.
Feed roses for a long season of bloom. While roses are a staple of the classical garden, many rose varieties, especially hybrid teas
alfalfa to roses. Bone meal provides calcium, which helps roses develop strong cell walls to protect emerging growth from aphids and other insects. Alfalfa is a natural source of growth hormones, which stimulates healthy new canes to grow.See more on gardening with roses
The New York Botanical Garden
hybrid tea rose
you run the risk of damaging canes. Shown: Hybrid tea rose Rosa 'Gemini'
portions that can damage the overall health of a garden. Roses are sturdy and forgiving, and will be healthier plants because of it. While you may not prune perfectly every time, it’s always better to prune than not to prune. When to prune. Prune roses during their dormancy, before they send out new growth
February. In more extreme climates, wait until the final threat of frost has passed. Otherwise you run the risk of damaging canes.Shown: Hybrid tea rose Rosa 'Gemini'
katie moss landscape design
What climbing rose did you use?
The plants with stones, the rose bush, shade garden
beautiful climbing roses. Pink Eden roses.
this is my idea in the backyard but the roses take forever to grow
bench and roses for area near play house
Rose/wire arbor/bench feature in front or back?
It reminds me of my great grandmother's rose garden
Plant a climbing rose. Have a gardener or garden-savvy friend plant a climbing rose on your wedding day. This can also be done in containers if you live in an apartment or a home with a small yard. You'll
With its drift of pale pink Eden climbing roses, this romantic corner is simply stunning. A rustic bench provides a place to sit, although it may be hard to concentrate with the intoxicating smell of all those blooms!