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Chevy Chase Estate
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
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Green Oaks Atherton
What is the flower in the right of the photo? Are they a variety of roses?
"Climbing Cecile Brunner." They really love the San Francisco Bay Area climate - in May there are walls of pink roses everywhere, often this beloved variety!
They look like the climbing rose "New Dawn," and they certainly like the Cal climate!
climbing rose "New Dawn," paint on posts
covered in roses and ivy like this
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Thanks for writing, The roses are Iceberg tree standards, the plants along the path are Lithodora diffuse Alba and Lobulaeia maritima 'Carpet of Snow' - Sweet Alyssum.
garden white / shasta arbor Shasta daisies & white roses
Ferns with Shasta daisies and white roses/arbor.
Add romance with a rose archIf roses be the flowers love, then a rose archway must the harbinger of great romance. Well, that’s my story and I’m sticking to it… But seriously, you can’t go far wrong with an abundance of these fabulous fragrant blooms arching over a verdant pathway.
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Climbing Royal Sunset - rose on arch
If you want a climbing rose you may as well make a feature like this for it
Rose cover arbor and porch swing
Love this separate swing space with rose covered arbor
Bill really wants a vine or rose-covered arbor with a swing! I just worry about bees & wasps, so we need a plan for that
A rose-covered arbor and porch swing line the path out to the other side of the yard.
A rose-covered arbor and porch swing line the path out to the other side of the yard. See more photos of this landscape
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thorny bushes beneath your windows. Bougainvillea, barberries, roses or any prickly specimen ought to deter break-ins. Yuccas and other large succulents are a lower-maintenance option.
To deter break-ins... Plant low, thorny bushes beneath your windows. Bougainvillea, barberries, roses or any prickly specimen
Plant low, thorny bushes beneath your windows. Bougainvillea
Plant low, thorny bushes beneath your windows. Bougainvillea, barberries, roses or any prickly specimen ought to deter break-ins. Yuccas and other large succulents are a lower-maintenance option.
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What are the low growing evergreens in front of the roses..sea green junipers?
Variegated Miscanthus and yes hardy in your zone!
King Forrester grasses with rose bushes
roses mixed with water wise plants
combo of grasses, roses, low evergreen
2. Ornamental grasses. This is a more unexpected pairing, but one that really works. The smaller leaves of roses and the pop of their color are striking against the softer, more free-form appearance of ornamental grasses.Try some larger grasses, like this maiden
sedges (Carex spp, zones 4 to 9).Note: Some grasses, like Mexican feathergrass, can be invasive in parts of the U.S. Be sure your plant choices are appropriate and recommended for your area.
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Hidden Hills Cottage
Williams. It's a great color! Thanks for your question.
Look online at the Antique Rose Emporium website and the climbing rose called Orange Triumph. It's a red-coral climber. Could be this plant in photo or similar. http://www.antiqueroseemporium.com/roses/935/orange-triumph-climber
Arched arbor with climbing roses. Picket fence. Flagstone Path
love the arbor with roses growing - could use in gateway
path - with arch and roses
I like the arched entryway with the roses growing over it
bird house and arbor with roses
Or perhaps you're trying to develop a strong color story. The green-on-green planting with red accents shown here has a lush, tropical feel.
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