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The New York Botanical Garden
Hybrid Tea Rose
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Midas Tourch - fruity smelling rose
Fruit. The fruity roses are a large bunch, with scents ranging from apple to citrus. I love these roses because
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 beds
to 10. Other fruity roses include 'Pink Promise', 'Olympiad', 'Enchanted Evening' and 'Wild Blue Yonder'.
william shakespeare classic fragrance(rose)
Fruit. The fruity roses are a large bunch, with
Sweet scents- 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', a strong yellow hybrid tea rose with 3- to 4-inch
“Fragrance and size” — zoeyteach
gregory lens
Gmlens Country House (Belgium)
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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 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
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 preferred
“Love the dog digging in the yard” — elliottjones1234
Le jardinet
Great Plant Combinations
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Clematis jackmanii superba and Westerland rose Le jardinet
clematis with westerland rose or joseph's coat ...stunning!
roses roses roses! you have no idea about how i just LOVE
them in a small vase to decorate. a house with roses is heaven to me
Roses as a support for climbing vines? O yea.
growing a rose and clematis together
after their planting, both roses and clematises are mingling in a glorious colorful profusion, draping the pergola in midsummer — a truly unforgettable sight.
add colour and drama to a facade with a clematis and rose plant
supporting column, which at first glance has little potential. Yet this is the perfect size to plant both a rose and a clematis to add color and drama to the facade. Here the intensely fragrant Westerland rose perfumes the air and acts as a support for the purple clematis (Clematis jackmanii ‘Superba’). These
“westerland roses and clematis” — carolyn28
Design Focus Int'l Landscape Architecture & Build
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Rose Garden
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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
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.
“Garden” — nualadunlop
Joani Stewart-Georgi - Montana Ave. Interiors
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outdoor spaces
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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
How do u 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.
Roses out of planter for side entry
planter of roses with trellis on either side of window
Planters. Climbing roses. Trellises. Light fixtures.
Lattice and container roses Do this by studio door
Mix your soil. Roses are heavy feeders, needing a lot of nutrients to keep growing and blooming. Container-grown roses will need a consistent
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
“heaven” — sallyclaire
The New York Botanical Garden
Gardens
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I love roses with a coral hue!!
Cinco de Mayo Rose, Paul needs this one
Miniature roses: 'Little Linda', 'Peter Pan'
'Fireworks' Patio roses or larger miniatures: 'Coffee Bean', 'Avon' and 'Irresistible' Small shrub roses: 'Lady Elsie May,' 'Laura' and 'Happy Child' Medium shrub roses: 'Cinco de Mayo,' 'Knockout' and 'Betty Boop'
Suggested roses for containers. Nearly any rose will grow well
Love the idea do container roses and this colour
SUGGESTED ROSES FOR CONTAINERS Nearly any rose will grow well in a container, with the exception of very large
Suggested roses for containers. Nearly any rose will grow well in a container, with the exception of very large shrubs and climbers. Look for roses labeled "miniature," "patio rose/larger miniatures," "small shrub" or "medium shrub rose."Miniature roses: 'Little Linda', 'Peter Pan' and 'Fireworks'Patio
“Capture my eyes” — Yc Yg
Le jardinet
Great Plant Combinations
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Clematis jackmanii superba and Westerland rose Le jardinet
The Rose and the Clematis, by John Howells, to explore combinations, suggestions for specific cultivars and design ideas.
great color combo of rose and
Climbing roses & clematis on the same trellis
Rose + Clematis for Small-Space Impact
The rose will need to be tied onto its support, but the clematis has a natural twining habit and will attach itself to the rose stems and leaves by means of its tendrils
Roses with clematis, lots of beauty in a small garden space.
How to select your plants. The first consideration is whether you want the rose and the clematis to bloom together or sequentially. Are you looking to extend the flowering season, or are you looking for a major blast of color in a particular month?Then think about color. If the two plants will bloom
“cOLOUR COMBINATION” — pureland
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
Planter style for deck - overflowing with white roses - perfect
white roses in urn for front steps
Beautiful and classic for the Secret Garden. White Iceberg Rose. Ivy Glacier and Bacopa
Entryway formal pot -with low-care white Iceberg Roses, as a focal point
White iceberg roses? Are beautiful in this
13. Go for classic style. 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?
“Pretty flowers & setting” — jjerdee
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