Making a selection on the rose garden can be difficult, but to facilitate your task, we would like to present a brief inventory of the different types of roses some advice on the main elements that should be taken into consideration.
The color of the rose may seem trivial at first glance, but it is usually an important factor for rose growers. In general, this aspect depends on personal preferences, but it would be good to create a complementary color palette.
You should also take into account the height of the maturity of the rose garden, as a rose that grows much higher than all the other plants that surround it or that can be seen outside the rose garden. In this sense, it is good to know that some varieties of roses can grow up to 6 meters in height.
If you live in an area where temperatures drop a lot during the winter, then you should definitely choose a frost resistant variety (this should be specified in the package)
Another factor that might seem a bit strange for some people is the aroma. If the strong scent of roses causes allergic reactions, choose a species with a weaker or even odorless aroma.
Consider the size of the garden, because even the rose needs good air circulation and space to thrive.
If you want to use roses as cut flowers, you need to know if they will do well. Rose hybrids can be used as cut flowers, while flowers of other varieties lose their petals when cut.
You should consider what other flowers you’d like to plant roses. These should not harm the ecosystem in which the rose develops.
These flowers, which constantly catch the eye, are of various types and types, from dwarf roses, 30 cm tall, too tall shrubs or climbing species, which can reach a
height of several meters. Next, we will present you several of these roses, as
well as information on the possible location in your garden.