The rose does not bear the beautiful nicknames of the flowers, for it is one of the most magnificent ornamental plants that adorn the garden all summer long. Regardless of whether it is a shrub, a bush, a bed or a pot, most of the rose fragrances exude an enchanting scent, which lets us dream of the most beautiful things in life and spoils the senses. The roses offer us almost unlimited design possibilities, to make in our own garden real islands of the bloom splendor or to enjoy real eye-catchers out there. The Queen of Flowers, of course, is an endless theme, where many aspects of rosaceae can be treated. In two successive articles we will bring you closer to the world of roses and raise the veil of the secrets of rose care. You can convince yourself that most varieties of these natural beauty are easy to maintain, but have an enormous decorative potential. We have already mentioned in another article the Origin and symbolism of the roses Inquired, today we take a closer look at various types of roses and their care. If you are a real friend of roses, then you are just right with us. Because here is much more interesting about the queen of flowers……
The rose is considered the most beautiful ornamental plant in the garden
Certainly you have already read that you have been breeding, breeding, nurturing and cultivating numerous species of roses for more than 2000 years, and doing so all the time with the aim of making these gardens even more perfect and graceful. All lovers of roses can now admire the splendor of more than 30,000 rosens and choose among them different flower colors and aromas, growth forms and designs for their own garden.
There are hybrids that leave us with their splendor and fragrance without a word, they show an extraordinary variety of colors, where the palette ranges from white over pink and dark red to black. More about a classification of roses by color you can here read. Just as well are the climbing places like the Bodendecker, these the garden wall decorate and those the Rosenspalier decorate. We invite you to dive into the world of roses and to gather more information about these unique ornamental plants in the garden. In the following, we will present three important and widespread groups of roses depending on their appearance, namely, bedding, climbing and shrub roses. We also give you useful tips for their care so that you can enjoy the variety of colors and the smell of the roses in your outdoor area every month. Namely from late May to late autumn…..
The rose is the queen in the flower bed
Beetrosen and their care
This is a fairly modern Rosengruppe, which is particularly popular among hobby gardeners. The bed roses grow bushy, they become about knee high and decorate small gardens, but also wide parks just as successful. They surprise you with their color variety, here one could find varieties of white to blood-red colored. They also show a large variety of flower forms – often very different flowers, for example large and small, spherical and flat, filled and simple. You can also get more interesting information from the nearest florist or from your florist, here we will only mention some typical varieties of beetroves. The list includes”Lions Rose”,”Tequila 2003″,”Neon”and”Rotilia”,”Yellow Meilove”,”Innocencia”, as well as the heat-loving classics”Friesia”and Bonica82″. Still to be mentioned are the most rainy varieties”Red Leonardo de Vinci”,”Rosenfee”and”Goldelse”. The varieties”Marie Curie”,”Margaret Merril”and”Friesia”spread a pleasant fragrance.
Pflegetipps for the Beetrosen:
– Beetroves prefer sunny locations, few varieties can also thrive in the shade.
– The chosen place should be airy, but in no case drafty.
– The earth must be rich in nutrients, permeable and medium-heavy.
– Beetroots must be cut every year, preferably in the spring. Some varieties bloom in the summer very intensively, these must then also be cut.
– Always remove dead shoots or cut them off.
The annual cut of the roses is absolutely necessary for their growth and blossom
As their name indicates, a wooden or metal frame is an absolute must for the right growth of the climbing roses. This rose group can also climb on walls or garden fences, where there are tendrils. Although the climbers differ greatly in color, rhythm and form, they are perfect for the greening of fences, pergolas, arbours and whole house walls. In the last few years the so-called tea hybrids have become very popular, as they grow very richly and quickly. The typical flowering cultivars are”Compassion”and”Bienvenue”, among the once-flowering varieties are”Bobby James”,”Wedding Day”and”Paul Noel”. Still to be mentioned are the well-known cultivars Lianenrose, Rambler Metanoia, Rambler Indigoletta and others. Their flowers are colored in white, yellow, orange, red and even in blue, which is actually a rarity.
Care tips for the climbing roses:
– They prefer bright and sunny places;
– The climbing roses must be regularly poured in the first three years. Fertilization is enough in the summer;
– Old and dried shoots are cut, withered flowers removed;
– The lower part of the climbing roses must be protected from frost and low temperatures in winter. For this purpose, take some nonwoven or old foliage
The Rosensorten are variantenreich
If you do not have time for rose care, but still want to admire these magnificent ornamental plants in your own garden, then we can recommend the bush roses. These are particularly vigorous Rosensorten, which grow at least 1.50 m high. Some varieties can reach a height to 3-3.5 m. The bushes will delight you all summer long until the late autumn with magnificent flowers and a strong scent. They are frosthart and sturdy. These varieties thrive wonderfully in a bright and sunny location and require a regular cutting back, preferably in the spring. This stimulates their growth. The classic varieties of shrubs are as follows: Light queen Lucia . Johannes Rau . Tascaria . Julia Renaissance and Certinia ,
The bushy roses are always a real sight in the garden
Care tips for shrubs:
– Choose a sunny and airy location for the shrubs.
– Never plant these varieties under trees, as the shrubs require a lot of sunlight and heat.
– Plant these shrubs in groups of three or at a distance of 0.70 m.
– Serve the roses well with water and fertilizer.
– Protect the ornamental plants from pests and diseases.
– The rose section in the spring is again a must.
– The shrubs can also be trimmed to achieve better growth habits. This is not compulsory.
Our extra tip : When purchasing roses, pay particular attention to the fact that the Rosensorte you desire is not easily ill or is already damaged. Otherwise, we wish you a lot of fun with the rose care and unforgettable moments outside in your garden full of roses!