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Bold Italian
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Roses up against boxwood hedge. I need to add more roses In front .
shrubs and evergreens highlight the roses
Gah! Must do this with roses and hedge at new house!
boxwood, fountain and roses
bushes with different color roses
rose garden with boxwood hedges
companions for roses
rose garden fountain
boxwood around roses
rose garden...The roses...roses and box...for the roses...like the roses...Borders and roses...formal rose garden...Rose and hedge...boxwoods and roses...Boxed in roses...red and white roses
“garden” — elenatian0611
Northern Virginia Landscape Architecture and Construction
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Howard Roberts
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shrub roses that grow up to 4 feet tall.
Knockout roses for June's fence area
Knock out rose, bloom all summer, easy maintenance, heat and disease resistant
This looks amazing! Container roses for flagstone patio in backyard by firepit.
Love the colours of this rose garden in pot
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 for small shrub roses up to 2
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” — Laura Toney
Garden Pacific
Marie Gamboa
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type of rose is the orange variety?
Rose in fondo al giardini !!!!!!,
orange roses outside my livingroom window!
peach and hot pink roses
Roses. Roses roses!!!
Rose trellis master patio
Bogi & creeping rose
ROSE ARBORS...Rose arbor...Climbing roses...beautiful rose...Rose arch...Rose garden! Dream!...Rose trellis...Roses arbour...get to roses!...peach roses...roses on arbor...Rose rbor...Rose arch....Roses and arch...rose garden
“flower arch” — kerickson51091
New Dawn (Rose)
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climbing rose in the garden by our front porch. Photograph by Flickr user paterson.ra Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic (CC BY-SA 2.0) via Flickr.
to have roses, and would like to consider other colors as well.
new dawn great rose climber...zones 5-9
consistent theme on flowers....climbing pink roses, salvia nemosa, herbs
roses - best climber ' new dawn'
New Dawn - best climber rose
New Dawn rose (best for climbing)
way a rose can be judged — it has vigorous growth and plentiful pink flowers that fade to blush; it's disease resistant and a repeat bloomer. It grows from 15 to 20 feet tall, will tolerate a bit of shade and grows well in USDA zones 5 to 9 (find your zone). And did I tell you it's fragrant, too?Photo
“Must have this” — Marci Baker
gregory lens
Gmlens Country House (Belgium)
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The tall plants are standard roses. If you in a zone that has winter temperatures that fall below freezing the plant will 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
Love the roses and the boxwoods
I definitely want to include roses in my garden, they remind me of my mum.
tree rose, maybe less blackspot problems
Could do these little round hedgey plants with our roses.
Love the rose bushes and box hedges
standard roses, not always an easy plant to use in garden design, performs the same task it did in Morris’ garden: It leads the eye to the front door.Morris was upset by plant breeders of the time. He saw them as meddling with nature, especially with newer varieties of his favorite flower, the rose. He
“wisteria” — lef212
The New York Botanical Garden
Hybrid Tea Rose
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Fruit. The fruity roses are a large bunch, with scents ranging from apple to citrus. I love these roses because they seem very fresh and clean, marrying well
'Midas Touch', a strong fruit-scented yellow hybrid tea rose with 3- to 4-inch blooms from early summer to midfall. This is a smaller rose, growing only 3 feet tall and wide, so it's perfect for the front or middle parts of your
hybrid tea rose 'misdas touch' is great yellow and blms from early summer to late fall with fruity odor; others with this odor are ' pink promise', olympiad', ' enchanted evening', ;'wild blue yonder',
Fruit. The fruity roses are a large bunch, with scents ranging from apple to citrus. I love these roses because they seem very fresh and clean, marrying well with other scented flowers. Try 'Midas Touch'
“Fragrance and size” — zoeyteach
The New York Botanical Garden
David Austin English rose
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Thomas rose will grow up to 7 feet tall. Hardy in Zone 4.
Graham Thomas rose ... Sounds perfect!
shrub rose up to 7 ft. tall. resistant to black spot, mildew and rust. Might be the one at 818 that bloomed repeatedly
david ostin english rose (rosa graham thomas)
Graham Thomas rose yellow & tall for lattice around hot tub
Graham Thomas rose Shrub resistant to black spot, mildew - blooms all summer 7 ft tall zones 4-9
Roses - graham thomas (tall yellow)
shrub rose is resistant to black spot, mildew and rust, and blooms repeatedly from early summer on. It's a vigorous grower (up to 7 feet tall) and has a sweet honey fragrance. It also boasts excellent heat tolerance and is perfect for zones 4 to 9.
“'Graham Thomas'. This gorgeous deep yellow English shrub rose is resistant to black spot, mildew and” — vivdavis3
The New York Botanical Garden
Shrub Roses
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Buy this rose Heirloom roses.com Madame something French
Geoff Hamilton rose, pink small, grows 6', blooms late spring & early summer, lightly scented.
I like the timing of the flowering, the size & the shape of this rose.
6. Light and sweet. Sometimes you simply want a hint of scent, and here's where these roses deliver. Classic, light and sweet — nothing overpowering or exotic
Hamilton" rose, light scent and disease resistant
'Geoff Hamilton' is a great option with its baby-pink petals and classic rose form. It grows to 6 feet tall, so be sure to give it room in the back of your border. It blooms in late spring
Geoff Hamilton - light and sweet scented rose - could also try 'Agatha Christie' and 'Angela Rippon'
“Light and sweet. Sometimes you simply want a hint of scent, and here's where these roses deliver. Cl” — vivdavis3
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