Iceberg (KORbin) is by far the most popular rose used on a standard with masses of classic white blooms. It looks great is easy to care for and the colour blends with almost anything! Standard roses are grafted on 85-90cm rootstock also known as ‘Stem roses’ they are perfect for adding height or a focal …
Harpur Garden Images :: ousden149 Formal courtyard garden parterre of low Box Buxus hedge symmetry symmetrical box ball sphere container white standard Roses Rosa table chairs furniture dine dining entertain metal gate gravel and brick path paving overview from above Mrs and Mrs Alistair Robinson Ousden House, Nr Newmarket, Suffolk UK Marcus Harpur
Gorgeous gift idea Standard Roses are valuable in the garden, especially in more formal areas. They're stunning when grown in a pot at the front door, lovely in a lawn or alongside a path and they create a gorgeous effect when grown above shorter plants or roses in flower beds. Standard Roses are created by budding three shrubs on a stem
English Standard Roses are magnificent garden plants. They are created by budding three shrubs on a stem; hence the dramatic effect. We believe English Roses, with their natural, bushy growth + beautiful, fragrant flowers, are the finest roses for growing as standards. They are ideal for creating focal points in key areas of the garden + can also be used to line a path, frame a doorway or bring interest to a bare wall.