You might be thinking “Roses are not for me, I’m just a beginner and roses are for experts”. However that’s not true, roses are easy to grow and super versatile.
If you just think about roses as a blooming perennial shrub you’ll be just fine. There is no other perennial that comes in such an amazing array of colours, sizes and uses as the rose. There is a huge variety of different types of fragrance too, so there’s no reason why you shouldn’t have roses in your garden.
This video shows you how to plant a rose, where to plant a rose and gives you some feeding and pruning tips.
- Cutting garden – Hybrid Tea or Grandiflora Roses
- Landscape – Floribunda Roses
- Add Height to your garden – Climbing Roses
- Container gardens – Miniature Roses
If you are a beginner you can put in some really low maintenance roses like shrub roses that are very disease-resistant and easy for beginners to grow,
When you think about rose you usually think about fragrance, but roses actually have a variety of different fragrances. Some roses smell like grapefruit or cloves and as there is a huge variety of different types of fragrance there’s no reason why you shouldn’t have roses in your garden.
Roses are often overlooked as a landscape plant by gardeners, possibly because people think that they’re hard-work and high-maintenance. But if you select the right roses and plant them well, they are a reliable, beautiful and sustainable garden addition. Whether you’re a first-time rose grower or a seasoned gardener, this short video is packed with tips on how to best plant a rose garden to achieve a blooming brilliant outcome!