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Australia's Favourite Floribunda Roses - Flower Gardening Australia - Virtual Flowers
... Roses - compact in shape; Shrub Roses - tend to spread; Landscape Hedge Roses - larger, tall and robust; Landscape Groundcover Roses - lower procumbent group. Of course Climbers, Miniatures and Stem Roses ...
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Roses FAQ Page
... space should I leave between roses? How do you plant a rose to climb up a tree? Can you make a hedge out of roses? How do you make a rose bed? How do you cover a bank or a slope with roses? Can you ... What are the Pavement series of roses? What is the difference between a Landscape rose and a Groundcover rose? What are Generosa roses? How do you plant a ...
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Links to Other Sites About Roses
... Park Rose Garden - Victoria, BC Heather Farms - Walnut Creek, CA Hedge Rows Garden Tapestry Huntington Gardens - San Marino, CA ... Hosta Society American Iris Society American Nursery and Landscape Association American Orchid Society American Primrose Society ... Colorado Dahlia Society Connecticut Botanical Society Gold Coast Roses - Heritage Roses Group Hortus HortWorld International Camellia Society ...
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All About Roses
... . Usually kordesii roses produce large quantities of clusters. Colors: Many HKor are shades of pink, or red; but all colors are available, except blue. Growth Habit: These are good landscape shrubs for ... 20 petals. Often grown as a climber, but will make an excellent freestanding shrub or hedge as well. William Baffin is an outstanding variety with complete disease resistance and winter hardness ...
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Bareroot Berries & Your Edible Landscape
... the year by adding some new varieties to your edible landscape, and strawberries are a favorite. We carry a large selection ... well-drained soil and full sun. Create an edible blueberry hedge with spring flowers, delicious summer fruits, and colorful winter ... excellent qualities for your own brewing. –Barbara Gardening Suggestions Roses Bulbs New Arrivals Posters About Us Index Weekend Specials © ...
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A rose by any other name…
... . When I was a younger gardener, I had ignored them, believing roses to be only an obsession having limited landscape potential. I remember peering over my back yard fence to watch the ... extraordinary roses I had ever seen, nothing like those many hybrid teas from earlier years. Clouds of climbers reached the sky. Fluffy hedge roses as far as you could see. Cascading tree roses and ...
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Questions On Roses
... rose hips (fruits) in the fall, which help to attract birds to the landscape. Neither of these roses needs special winter protection. The others require extensive protection depending on your location. Your ... year I planted 12 hedge roses and they did very nicely. I dead headed the spent blossoms. Now, someone has told me that should not be done on hedge roses. What is your opinion ...
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Leigh's Landscape Palette
... Fruit,etc. Without further explanation, here is my South Florida landscape personality profile: Chinese Fan Palms Chattahoochee gravel 'Martha Gonzalez' shrub roses Jamaica caper Lignum-vitae Walkways all around the house ... ground Liriope in the sun Blood meal and bone meal Poisons Scummy ponds Power hedge trimmers Line trimmers Bischoffia trees Pink plastic flamingos Marl Muck Fire ants PVC lawn ...
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2002 ROSES IN REVIEW REPORT: COMMENTS
... ; fades fast Roderick, MA great rose to brighten the landscape Rogers, CT like color; wilts quickly when cut Roy, CT ... very floriferous; neat growth habit; would like a hedge of them Zabelski, MA nice color and many ... resistant; blooms last OCTOBERFEST Allen, ME love these orange color roses Goldstein, CT one bloom per stem, but not very productive ...
www.mainerosesociety.com

All-America Rose Selections - Roses Belong in the Landscape; The All-America Rose Selections is a non-profit association of rose growers and introducers dedicated to the introduction and promotion of exceptional roses.
... roses. Have growing tips, news and more sent directly to your in-box quarterly. Roses Belong in the Landscape << back It's hard not to be won over by roses ... landscape with roses. Rose Companions Roses thrive with all types of companion plants. Even a formal rose garden with its emphasis only on roses ... the older rugosa roses can grow to 6 feet tall, providing a wonderfully scented privacy hedge or ...
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