The planting of the rose tree is one of the most important steps. If well planted, rose trees are sure to settle in, and growth and bloom will be facilitated. Roses can be purchased in containers, often the pot in which it has most recently been transplanted, or with bare roots.
The year 2013 brought joyful tidings for the David Austin roses, with double the glory, having received a Gold Medal during the Courson Plant Days and then another Gold Medal in stride at the Chelsea Flower Show…
Gold Fashion Rose facts Name – Nirpyelasif Family – shrub rose tree Type – shrub Height – 36 to 42 inches (90 to 110 cm) Exposure – full sun, part sun Soil – ordinary Foliage – deciduous Flowering – June to October Planting Golden Fashion Rose Refer to our page on how to plant a rose tree. Fragrance of the Golden Fashion […]
Grand Siècle Rose facts Name – Delegran Family – shrub rose tree Type – rose tree Height – 30 to 40 inches (80 to 100 cm) Exposure – full sun or part sun Soil – ordinary Foliage – deciduous Blooming – May to December Planting the Grand Siècle rose Refer to our page on planting rose trees. Fragrance of the Grand Siècle […]
Name – Everepra Family – climbing rose tree Type – shrub Height – 13 feet (4 meters) Bearing – rigid Exposure – full sun and part sun Soil – ordinary Foliage – deciduous Flowering – June and September Planting red parfum Read our page on the best way to plant a rose tree Pruning red parfum Pruning rose trees Comments about the red parfum The […]
The Pierre de Ronsard ® rose tree is a rose tree bred by the famous rosarian Francis Meilland. This flower has gone through many adventures before reaching the envied status of being one of the most sold roses in the world.