3. Picking a Variety of Rose Make sure to choose a hardy variety of rose that’s right for your garden. As rose bushes can vary greatly in size, you’ll need to consider the space available to you in your garden. If you want to grow your roses on a trellis, choose a variety from the climbers, ramblers and old garden rose categories. Consider if you… [read more]
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White and pink garden roses can be in place of peonies. Like peonies, garden roses are available in a variety of pastel and coral hues. They also have "almost identical petals that mirror the peony's iconic 'powder-puff' petal," says Eric Buterbaugh, celebrity florist and Chief Floral Designer of The Bouqs. The likeness is especially evident in old-fashioned English roses when they are in bloom.