Rose Hedges, are rosebushes that make fast growing beautiful shrubs for hedges that flower in abundance. These hedges made from "The Queen of Flowers" will provide you with not only privacy, but beautiful foliage, and lots of color. Not to mention some breath-taking blooms!
There are many roses that make suitable rose hedges, so choose ones that are not only hardy to your area, but also ones that are disease resistant, and you will have a lovely hedge to be enjoyed for many years to come.
Your hedge must be in the sun for your roses to do well. It is also important that you have open space on both sides of the rose hedges to provide air circulation.
Assuming that you know where your hedge of roses will go, you should;
If you don't want to invest in a lot of roses all at once, you could take cuttings from ones you already have to start your own rose hedges. Look here to learn rose propagation and multiply the roses you already have
Other high roses that make good hedges include:
Linda Campbell, Nevada, Penelope, Roseraie, Shropshire Lass, Sunny June
Other medium size roses that make good hedges include:
The Best roses for a low hedge, are the miniature
roses. They normally grow low, not more than a foot or so high and wide.
Enclose an island bed or edge an entire garden, it's a classic way to
make a bold statement in your garden.
Your rose hedges must be kept pruned to keep its shape, and also to keep the flowers coming. Shear your hedges into a straight-sided shape, for a unified more formal hedge, or let them grow into their natural graceful shape by pruning off spent flowers, and thinning canes with hand clippers.
Some of the best roses for low hedges include:
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