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Lauren Dunec Design added this to See 15 Gorgeous Gardens in Their Spring GloryApr 23, 2018

1. Roses and clematises. A favorite planting duo among spring-flowering vines, climbing roses and clematises ramble up either side of an arbor in this country garden in England to create a picture-perfect spring display. When choosing a pair, select rose and clematis varieties that have the same bloom time (early spring, midspring or late spring to early summer) to create a double-flowering garden vignette.Learn more about pairing roses and clematises in a garden

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Lauren Dunec Design added this to The Single Best Way to Add Romance to Your GardenMar 23, 2017

2. Cover with vines. Arbors provide a vertical structure that can open up your growing potential for all types of vines. Grow fragrant varieties of climbing roses or wisteria to enjoy the fresh scent as you pass underneath. If you prefer flavor to fragrance, plant grapevines over a structure or train cherry tomatoes up the sides for easy picking. In this English cottage-style garden, the designer planted a blush-pink climbing rose up one side of the arbor and a wine-red clematis to ramble up the other.

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cgadwa
cgadwa added this to Fences Arbors Trellises Gates2 days ago

Add this later too. Maybe along fence on alley side?

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Alice Anderson added this to Wish ListMar 23, 2019

My wish list. A very nice terrace for my clematis flower.

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karabomanaka120 added this to karabomanaka120's ideasAug 2, 2018

roses & clematisers & lavender spring plants

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Katherine Carlson added this to FaircrossJul 10, 2018

Train a rose over an archCreate a living, flowering curve with a steel frame and a pretty rose. Pick a favourite spot in your garden and buy a variety that’s suitable for the conditions there, whether that’s full sun or partial shade. Rambling roses flower once, while climbing varieties repeat flower through the summer and autumn, so decide which is right for you. If your arch is narrow and you’re putting it over a pathway, look for a thornless rose. Factor in fragrance, too, and you’ll enjoy your hard work all the more. If you have the space, consider fitting two or three arches together to create a flower-covered walkway.

kristinebennett
KrisB added this to Garden inspiration for dick stMay 25, 2018

arch for over my garden gate...Thornless rose. tree for scale and formal shape

raffe005
raffe005 added this to GardenMay 20, 2018

Roses and clematises. A favorite planting duo among spring-flowering vines, climbing roses and clematises ramble up either side of an arbor in this country garden in England to create a picture-perfect spring display. When choosing a pair, select rose and clematis varieties that have the same bloom time (early spring, midspring or late spring to early summer) to create a double-flowering garden vignette.

jackiezem
jackiezem added this to Outside the HouseMay 18, 2018

climbing roses and clematis together. make sure they bloom at the same time.

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