Roses in the vase are lovely, but roses in the garden are better still. To choose which variety to plant in your garden this spring, look to these award-winning roses.
Question: I am in love with roses, but not their thorns. I have seen thorn-free roses, but I don’t know their names. Can you suggest some good varieties? Fortunately, there are a number of roses that have smooth or nearly … Read Article
Ten fragrant roses chosen by the chief rosarian at David Austin Roses. Read Article
I planted some rose bushes last spring and they’ve grown well, but with an odd shape. They each have one stem that’s much taller than the others, creating a weird shape. Can I cut it off? Read Article
As you celebrate Memorial Day weekend, and hopefully spend ample time working in your garden and yard, be sure to also make some time to check out the new and expanded $14.99 and Under section at Horticulture’s official store, GardenersHub.com. … Read Article
I’m looking for a true orange rose. I have tried about seven different varieties and found only ‘Gingersnap’ to be a true orange. Read Article
How to protect a climbing rose from a harsh winter. Read Article
I was double-checking some of the rose names, looking at the David Austin website. Of course I got completely distracted by all the beautiful varieties and ended up reading description after description and admiring all the images. Then I stumbled upon the cultivar Sweet Juliet. Read Article
A pile of climbing roses came with this house, LITERALLY- a pile….
Northern California BY MARY WILBUR /Trinidad, California, Zone 9 “Love thou the rose, yet leave it on its stem.”—Lord Lytton, The Wanderer, 1858 Roses have been on this earth since long before man, and as one might guess, they are … Read Article