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Hybrid tea roses are primarily planted to get cut flowers with large, gallant blooms on long stalks. This is also the goal of pruning tea roses.
Following my easy pruning roses guides, you get off to a good start for the bloom season
Bring the beauty of roses to balconies, patios and entrances, by growing roses in containers.
It is important to know how to train climbing roses to get a vigorous blooming result.
The fungal disease rust on roses could be a serious problem for you flowers. Learn how to prevent it.
Prevention is better than cure; this saying applies especially to rose diseases.
Roses need good soil to thrive. Improving clay soil will give you the perfect growing environment for you flowers.
Before you decide which climbing rose varieties to use, make sure it fits to the climbing aid you want to use
As different romantic flower dreams may look, climbing roses always will play an important role in it.
Roses sound unpromising as ground cover plants, but here you find carpet roses that will do a perfect job
Often flowering old roses like a Hybrid Perpetual rose are tall-growing and perfect for pillars or along a fence
Try the special variety of a Moss Rose to put a highlight in your garden
The special feature of a Noisette Rose: the color yellow dominates in all nuances
One of the most popular and oldest garden plants in cultivation are the gallica roses.
Admired for their repeat blooming capabilities, a China Rose is perfect for smaller gardens