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Alba Roses - This class of hybrid roses is believed to date all the way back to before the Roman Empire and these white and pink roses are still wildly popular today in modern times.
American Beauty Roses - The history of this deep pink hybrid perpetual rose is somewhat unknown however it was first introduced in the United States in 1886.
Ballerina Roses - Ballerina roses are hybrid musk shrub roses that produce incredibly abundant little pink blooms across the entire shrub. The 2 inch diameter blooms have a mild musky scent.
Belinda Roses - While many growers refer to Belinda roses as a single rose, there are in fact a number of roses that all share the name and many of which are offspring of one another.
Belindas Dream Roses - this pink rose was bred in Texas in 1988 and was specifically bred to be exceptionally hardy. This is a great variety for growers who live in hotter climates.
Black Spot on Roses - Blackspot is a common disease that affects a great many roses every year. Learn what causes this annoying disease as well as how to combat it effectively.
Blushing Knockout Roses - Blushing knockout roses are the pink versions of the ever popular family of knockout roses. Learn how to properly grow and care for them in your own garden.
Buff Beauty Roses - The Buff Beauty rose is a hybrid musk rose that produces gorgeous yellow and orange blooms with a strong fragrance of a classic tea rose.
Care of Roses - Learning how to care for your roses is not a difficult task but there are a few key things that you need to pay attention to if you want healthy and successful roses.
Caring for Knockout Roses - Knockout roses are some of the most hardy and disease resistant roses on the market today. Learn how to properly grow and care for them with great results
Climbing Roses - Learn all about the different types of climbing roses that are out there, as well as how to properly grow and care for them in your garden.
Dark Purple Roses - Dark purple roses are gorgeous flowers that can easily turn a drab garden into a wonderful work of art!
David Austin Roses - David Austin Roses is a famous rose breeder that began as a family business in 1969 in the United Kingdom. The first rose he ever released to market was the Constance Spry rose in 1961. During his career he is credited with the creation and release of around 200 different types of English roses.
Deep Purple Roses - Deep purple roses are not the most commonly found roses in gardens however these can be some of the most beautiful you will ever lay your eyes upon.
Desert Rose Plant Care - Desert roses are a unique flower only native to certain regions. Learn how to properly grow and care for these wonderful plants
English Garden Roses - English roses are the name given to the family of varieties of the classic styled garden roses created by the world famous rose breeder, David Austin.
Firecracker Roses - First bred in 1993, the Firecracker rose is a compact little shrub rose that produces stunning red blooms with sharp white or cream colored stripes, giving it its name.
Floribunda Roses - Floribunda is a modern day term that is used to describe a class of roses first created in the 1900’s, by crossing polyantha roses with hybrid tea roses.
Freedom Hedge Roses - This great red rose from Spring Hill Nurseries is a dense grower that grows about 6 feet tall and 3 feet wide and is commonly used to create hedge rows of gorgeous red roses.
Growing Roses - If grown properly, roses are really not all that difficult to cultivate and keep healthy. I have found it often comes down to attention to the details that makes the difference between healthy roses, and those that only ever produce modest blooms.
Growing Roses for Beginners - Learn everything you wanted to know about growing roses, as well as some great beginner tips to help get you off to a good start.
Growing Roses from Cuttings - For many people, growing roses can be an expensive hobby. Growing roses from cuttings can be a cost effective way to propagate roses without breaking the bank.
Growing Roses from Seeds - Not many growers will ever actually consider learning how to grow roses from seeds. It can however be a very rewarding experience to those that do.
Growing Roses in Containers - In recent years more and more gardeners have taken to growing their roses in pots and containers on their patios, instead of out in their gardens or flower beds.
Hansa Roses - These pink roses were first created in 1905 in the Netherlands and will produce ample 4 inch blooms on a shrub that grows roughly 6 feet tall and 6 feet across.
How To Plant Roses - Learn the Do’s and Don’ts for planting your roses so that you can have a stunning garden without a lot of disappointment.
How To Prune Rose Bushes - Growing your roses is only one part of tending a great garden. You also need to learn how to properly prune and care for your roses so they will gives you years of enjoyment.
How To Prune Roses - It really is not all that difficult to learn how to properly prune your roses. Doing so will keep your roses strong and healthy and producing more blooms.
Hybrid Tea Roses - Hybrid tea roses are among the most popular types of roses that you find in many gardens. These roses tend to grow tall and slender, reaching heights of about 6 feet tall.
Hybrid Roses - Hybridizing roses is a process by which you combine the best traits of two parent plants, into a single offspring.
John Cabot Roses - First bred in 1969 in Canada, this pink rose is a hardy grower that can survive in zones all the way down to zone 2.
Knock Out Roses - Knock Out roses are a wildly popular line of roses created by breeder Bill Radler. These roses are incredibly easy to grow and care for in a wide variety of climates
Kordes Roses - This world renowned rose breeder is based out of Germany and has a rich history of breeding roses that spans 120 years.
Lavender Rose Bouquets - Of all the bouquets of roses that you can choose from these days, few are as rare or as stunning as the lavender roses.
Meaning of a Yellow Rose - The meaning of a yellow rose has evolved greatly over the years since its discover and today they have a much different meaning than they did in the early days.
Midnight Blue Roses - First bred in the United Stated by Tom Carruth of Weeks Roses, the rose Midnight Blue is a stunning purple rose that will have lighter centers and a strong fragrance.
Miniature Roses - Learn everything you ever wanted to know about miniature roses, as well as how to properly grow and care for them in your garden.
Mutabilis Roses - While the origins of this rose are somewhat unknown, they are believed to be old roses that date back to 1894.
Picture of Yellow Roses - If you are looking for pictures of yellow roses, try looking over this listing of some of the many varieties that you can choose from.
Planning a Rose Garden - If you need help in planning your next rose garden, then you should take a moment to read through this article that has some valuable tips and advice.
Planting Bare Root Roses - Some gardeners may find bare root roses to be very intimidating to plant. The reality is they are not as difficult to plant as you might think.
Planting Rose Bushes - Planting your roses is a rather simple and straight forward process but there are a few tips and tricks that you can use to get great results.
Pruning Knockout Roses - While Knock Out roses are incredibly easy to grow and care for, and require very little pruning, you should learn how to shape these roses for best results.
Red Rose Images - Looking for images of red roses? We have a great many roses on our site and all of them have pictures that you are welcome to browse through.
Red Rose Pictures - There are numerous varieties of red roses that you can browse through. We have a wide range of images and pictures of red roses for you to look over.
Rose Bush Care Maintenance - If you want to get the most out of your roses, you will need to learn how to properly care and maintain them for optimal results.
Rose Garden Portland Oregon - This famous rose garden in Portland, Oregon dates all the way back to 1888 where a woman named Georgiana Pittock began showcasing roses from her friends and neighbors.
Rose Hedges - Creating a hedge of roses is not only easier than you might imagine, but there are a number of options available to you that you can use to create a stunning hedge.
Rose of Sharon Bushes - While not actually a rose bush, Rose of Sharons are commonly called Hibiscus by most gardeners. Originally native to Asia, this tends to be a very low maintenance plant.
Rose of Sharon Hedges - Rose of Sharon bushes are often used to create wonderful hedge rows of bright, eye-catching color. These low maintenance shrubs are very easy to plant and take care of.
Roses and Their Meanings - Most people know that roses carry with them a certain symbolism, but how many can guess the accepted meaning behind all the different colors?
The Fairy Roses - The rose The Fairy will grow to heights of about 4 feet tall at full maturity with a width of about the same or a little less. The blooms will start off as a soft pink but in the hot summer heat they will quickly turn near white. The blooms will be somewhat full, with as many as 25 or so petals each and they will carry with them a subtle fragrance that smells a lot like apples.
Thornless Roses - There are many gardeners who love roses, but who prefer those varieties that do not carry thorns. Here we detail a number of thornless, or near thornless roses.
Trimming Roses - If you would like to know how to properly trim or prune your rose bushes, then look no further than this easy to follow How-To guide.
Valentine Day Roses - Valentine’s day is traditionally one of the most popular days of the year to give roses to a loved one as a gift, but do you know the history behind giving roses on this day for lovers?
What are Rose Hips? - Rose hips are the natural fruit of a rose bush that forms after the bloom has faded and died away. These hips actually contain the seeds of the rose called achenes.
When to Prune Roses - Every rose grower should take the time to educate themselves on the proper pruning of their roses in order to keep them strong and healthy for years to come.
Wild Blue Yonder Roses - First bred in 2004 by Tom Carruth in the United States, this deep purple rose has darker red edges with blooms that average just over 3 inches in diameter with a citrus fragrance.
Wild Prairie Roses - These wild rose are naturally occurring plants that are scattered all over North America, growing wild in a large swath of the United States.
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