These are distinct from most ramblers in that they tend to have larger booms, the ability to repeat flower and be of stouter growth. Climbing roses form a most useful group of plants, the stronger growing varieties are often seen covering walls, fences, arches and pergolas, whilst shorter varieties can be trained around poles and tripods to form ‘pillars’. They all require support and it is essential they are well tied to their structures. Plants are best trained horizontally at first to prevent any legginess and encourage a spreading habit. Pruning Guide: Once established they are pruned by reducing side shoots to two or threeRead More →

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Given their attributes, hybrid musks could have been bred specifically for modern gardens, but they have, somewhat surprisingly, been with us for quite some time. There are little more than a dozen of them, the majority having been raised in the first 30 years of the last century by a country clergyman, the Reverend Joseph Pemberton, who had a passion for roses and (presumably) time on his hands between sermons. All the hybrid musks share three species roses in their ancestry, Rosa chinensis, R. moschata and R. multiflora, crossed with various more modern roses, such as Trier and ‘Ophelia’, along the way. It is theseRead More →

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A group believed to have started by the natural hybridization of a china rose and the Autumn Damask on the Ile de Bourbon, the first recorded variety being in 1824. The original was then crossed with Gallicas and Damasks to produce a fantastic assortment of mostly repeat flowering hybrids. Pruning Guide: Prune by one third once they become fully grown. generic viagra cialis coupon finasteride 1mg lexapro dosages cialis pricing viagra wikipedia cipro side effects viagra alternatives cialis savings card cialis dosage zovirax ointment what infections does ciprofloxacin treat discount viagra cialis vs viagra ciprofloxacin dosierung finasteride side effects free cialis escitalopram 20 mg viagraRead More →

When we came to Cloncallow  there was a ‘Rose Bed’.  It was of the old style, and a mixture of all colours.  The soil was totally weed free, having been drenched with ‘RoseClear’. I did not wait for the flowering season in June and July but pawned them off  to willing beginner gardeners. My idea was to plant roses among border perennials, shrubs and bulbs, in the “mixed” border. Roses are happy provided the soil they are planted in has been beefed up with manure or compost, and that they have brilliant light. There is no way we would be without roses, but I do admit to beingRead More →