Climbing roses

Climbing roses share both beauty and fragrance. They greatly enhance a garden with class and elegance.

In March, prune your roses!

March, near the end of winter, is the ideal month to prune your climbing, bush, and repeat-blooming rose trees… Let us tell you why.
How to prune rose trees in winter and why

The poetic charm of a dressed pergola

Summer sends its scorching heat out but one spot in the garden offers a cool atmosphere which is perfect for the heat-struck visitor: the canopy pergola covered in plants. An unmistakable feeling of peace calls out from a plant-covered pergola, often set at the entrance of both house and garden. The charm of a pergola […]
Wooden pergola with blooming wisteria

Pruning repeat-blooming climbing roses

Climbing roses are superb when attached to a lattice, but this video will show you how important it is to prune these magnificent rose trees well. They’ll bloom against their backdrop beautifully once you’ve learned how to snip and where to cut and tie the stems. Remove old wood and favor new shoots. Read more […]

Surround your roses with companions

Being the ultimate in flowerdom, roses can be paired with many plant species, and each pairing creates unique harmonious ensembles. Choose your pick!
Roses deserve many companions such as these grasses

Fragrant climbing vines…

Climbing vines have the advantage of being very ornamental. When on top of this, they’re fragrant and smell good, too, they become the ideal candidate to grow in your garden or on your terrace!
Orange-yellow honeysuckle, a fragrant climbing vine

Preparing Rose tree cuttings

Ah, the joy of giving! A rose tree can easily be propagated, all the more that you’ll have taken a look at our great rose cutting tutorial. In a few minutes you’ll have grasped the easy key to preparing cuttings from your favorite rose plant. High success rate and other Smart Tips you’ll find in […]

Fragrant vines!

Sweet honeysuckle scent, spell-binding jasmine fragrance… Fragrant vines teleport us to richly-scented memories!
Vines that are fragrant, such as wisteria

Grow climbing plants in your garden

Climbing plants are the way to go to decorate gardens that aren’t that big. They easily replace a wider hedge, and don’t require much care.
Ivy latching on to bare rock

Which vine is best to decorate your garden shed or pergola?

Guest post resulting from our collaboration with FRANCE ABRIS! Proud of your beautiful garden shed? Think how amazing it would look with a few beautiful vines crawling and blooming here and there! Indeed, though our garden sheds and pergolas
Garden shed with climbing vines decorating it

Red parfum, a fragrant and crimson-colored marvel

The “Red Parfum” rose is a favorite of gardeners who love powerful roses! 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 […]
Single red parfum rose

Pierre de Ronsard ® rose tree, a true marvel!

The Pierre de Ronsard ® rose tree is a rose tree bred by Marie-Louise Meilland, the wife of famous rosarian Francis Meilland. This flower has gone through many adventures before reaching the envied status of becoming one of the most sold roses in the world.
Tall blooming Pierre de Ronsard Rose bush tree.
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