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 Planning Your Rose Garden

Roses are one of the most unique and dearly loved flowers in the world. They can express friendship, love, and sympathy with grace, elegance and beauty.

Roses are delicate flowers for anyone to try to grow on their own. They are very time consuming and take hard work to grow. So why would anyone many even want or take the time to learn to grow these flowers?

Because roses are one of the most beautiful and unique flowers. There are plenty of rumors about roses, but they aren't all true. While planting a rose garden can be a bit of a challenge, any inspired gardener can have success growing beautiful, healthy roses with some information and a little TLC. Anyone who wants to start a rose garden, will need a little advice.

If you love and admire roses as most people do, you can become the envy of all your friends, family and even your neighbors with a little expert gardening advice. You can soon be growing beautiful roses all around your home. rose bunch

While it's true, roses are reputed for their up keep and for being hard to care for plants. There are some roses which are harder to grow than others. If you are a beginner at rose gardening, it is best not to start with hybrid teas roses until you are a little more experienced. Some roses to start with are Shrub roses and Landscape roses these are great for the beginning gardener. If you feel the need to plant and have some time on your hands, learn about hybrid teas roses before trying to plant them. They can be very high maintenance plants and hard to grow. It is best to begin with any of the other less maintenance plants that the rose family has to offer.

Any beginner can start growing healthy plants, you just need the right type of rose. There are hundreds of species of roses and choosing the right rose can be difficult. Here are a few things you should consider before buying your roses:

1.The color of  roses is usually a factor to those who want to grow roses. Many people choose roses by their favorite colors.

2. Height should be a concern, many varieties of roses can grow up to twenty feet high when mature and would be to large for a small garden area.

3. Think about the area you live in, if you live in a zone with a cold climate consider buying roses that will survive the cold winters.

4. There are some people who have an allergic reaction to scents, plant roses that have a lighter or softer fragrance than others.

5. Learn about the different types of roses out there. What are the advantages and disadvantages of certain roses.

6. Think about the size of your rose garden space, to ensure you have proper exposure to air and water.

7. Many people plant roses to use in cut flower arrangements. Can the roses you plant be cut? Many rose types will come apart at the petals when they are cut.

8. Consider what you plan on planting with your roses. Will those plants and flowers work well with your roses? Many other types of flowers and plants can cause damage to your roses. Roses are very needy plants and may not work well with other plants.

9. When you have an idea of the type of plants you would like to plant, find out which plants will work best with your ideas for your rose garden. Consult your garden center for advice about the rose type you have chosen.

For the beginning gardener, Landscape roses are great. They are resistant to rose disease and are low maintenance. They tend to grow up and many people use them on trellises or the sides of their homes. Remember Hybrid teas are not the rose to start off with if you are a beginner.

Shrub roses are long bloomers and disease resistant. This is a great rose for the beginning gardener. They are beautiful even when not in bloom, because it's leaves are so nice. Although they are not the ideal rose for those who have allergies to scents. They do have a very fragrant odor. Also these roses are disease resistant and good for cut flower arrangements.

Miniature roses are just what they sound like. They have smaller rose blooms with the same scent and beauty as roses with a larger flower. Miniature roses are wonderful in pots for indoor planting.

There are many things to think about when planning your rose garden. Here is a web site that can help you think of more things when you start to plan your garden:

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