Roses are the most popular flowers. Available in more than 500 species and 1,000 varieties or varieties Modern Rose Class – developed or identified after 1867 – the roses are preferred today. Most bloom continuously from spring to fall, such as hybrid teas, Grandifloras and bedding. A variety of growth habits and flower forms exist between roses trees, climbers, hikers, shrubs and miniatures. Flowers grow in clusters of flowers, individually and with few or many petals.
Climbers and Ramblers
Climbing roses can travel up fences, walls, screens, arbors and pergolas, which is often a focus pretty garden. Climbers grow anywhere up from 8 to 20 meters. and must be trained to climb. Most climbers – with nearly twice as Blaze, red flowers up to 3 inches wide and golden showers, with yellow, fragrant flowers up to 4 inches wide – bloom all season. Ramblers rise, more flexible poles and shorter flowering times.
Rosebushes, which can also form hedges are upright plants, branches shoot from the roots and does not grow from a single stem. They grow up from 4 to 8 meters in a pleasing, rounded shape. Examples are Bonica, the cluster of small, double-pink flowers and has growing to 5 feet, and Mary Rose, a rich pink, ever bloomer up to 5 meters high and designed by the famous rose breeder David Austin.
Rose trees grow on long, slender sticks without leaves the power of 32 to 36 cm. The structure is formed by two transplants: at the upper end of the stick, for the rose species usually Edelrose floribunda or grandiflora, and, second, on the underside, which is the rootstock. The new Double Decker rose tree produces flowers two layers. The popular Weeping Tree develops arching stems with rich, cascading roses.
Miniature roses have a short amount of 6 to 18 inches. Its leaves are closely spaced and the buds and flowers are small but perfectly formed. For container plants well suited, they also work well in beds, borders and as edging. Miniature trees with sticks about 25 inches are also available.