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- Hedges and Shrubs
General rose uses
Hybrid Teas and Grandifloras are upright and well-branched, ideal for the back of mixed perennial beds.
Floribundas are rounded and full, great for providing season-long color on an attractive landscape plant.
Climbers grow up to 20' tall and are ideal for adding height and dramatic interest to landscapes.
Shrubs are hardy, trouble-free roses, great in group plantings for providing easy landscape color.
Ground Covers can grow up to six feet in width, and are ideal for slopes, rock gardens, hanging baskets, and mixed containers.
Miniatures are usually less than three feet in height, and are great as a mini border, as accents or in containers.
Planting Roses (in the garden)
Soak roots for 1-4 hours before planting. There are five basic steps for planting trees, shrubs and hedges:
Most roses require about one inch of rainfall weekly during the growing season. If you need to provide supplemental irrigation, it is best to do so in the morning to give the sun a chance to dry out any moisture on the foliage. When possible, hand water or use drip irrigation to target the base of the plant. Do not overhead water, as this can encourage disease.
You can begin feeding your roses when new growth is about six inches in length. For best results, spread the fertilizer around the plant at the drip line.