Roses are one of the most beautiful popular flowers ever known on earth. However, most gardens do not capture the real potential of these great flowers’ grandeur in the overall landscape and gardening plants. Conventionally, very petite thought and attention are given to the companion plantings, color combinations, accents, and random placement that can quickly turn your rose garden from just being a rose garden to something more attractive and royal.
Romantic Arbor rose garden
A variety of roses like the beloved Queen Elizabeth, Eden chamber, and iceberg roses are a perfect combination of creating a very romantic rose garden. Look for the climbing roses that best adapt to your to your area. Not all roses thrive in all regions. Put them in the front yard to dress your front yard and give you a royalty welcome every time you walk home. Add a destination to your arbor roses, by putting a bench or seat beneath it and create your own perfect getaway spot.
Grow them all season
All roses have their specific blooming seasons. If you grow one type of rose, then you will enjoy the bloom once or twice in a year and then have your green plants staring back at you. Avoid this by mixing little other rose-like flowers into your rose garden. Mix the pansies, iris, rhododendrons and get your rose garden blooming all year long.
Try the roses in a container
Roses are not limited to being planted on the ground alone. Most roses will also do well in containers and pots too. Use attractive pots or containers, with unique designs and colors o spice up your garden. You can put the pots in the walkways and around the edges of your garden or can place them designated areas in your garden to create a beautiful contrast.
Take advantage of their scent
Plant a variety of fragrant roses in your garden to enjoy a new aromatic environment. Growing fragrant roses is equal to creating a perfume bar to your garden. The roses come in different scents,; citrus, honey, cloves, musk or even licorice. Plant roses such as the Lady Emma Hamilton rose to get the fruity scent, munstead wood with fruity blackberry, blueberry, and damson scents; bisco bell has the myrrh scent with notes of pears and almonds among others.
Keep it easy and beautiful
some roses will require intensive care for them to survive, however, roses like the knockout roses are one of the flowers you can grow in your rose garden. with minimal care and attention, you get your rose garden blooming with beauty.