Mixed Borders

Roses are marvellously versatile, suiting almost every garden situation, and one of the most popular is within a mixed border. With their long flowering season, roses inject unrivalled grace and glamour, ... Read more

Roses are marvellously versatile, suiting almost every garden situation, and one of the most popular is within a mixed border. With their long flowering season, roses inject unrivalled grace and glamour, harmonising, and contrasting well, with other plants. To provide greater interest, select roses with a range of heights, flower colours and leaf textures. Where space allows, plant roses of the same variety in tight groups of three or more. The bushes soon grow together to give the appearance of one shrub, making great impact. Don't plant other plants too closely to the roses, for fear of overwhelming them, especially in the first year. Read less

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Gabriel Oak®
Bring Me Sunshine®
Elizabeth®
Nye Bevan®
Eustacia Vye®
Emily Brontë®
The Country Parson®
Silas Marner®
Dannahue®
Penelope Lively®
Desdemona®
Gertrude Jekyll®
Olivia Rose Austin®
The Lark Ascending®
Scepter'd Isle®
Harlow Carr
Kew Gardens®
Princess Anne®
Roald Dahl®
Lady of Shalott®
Susan Williams-Ellis®
Vanessa Bell®
James L. Austin®
Scarborough Fair®
Princess Alexandra of Kent®
Tottering-by-Gently®
Charles Darwin®
Dame Judi Dench®
The Mayflower®
The Poet's Wife®
William and Catherine®
Tranquillity®
Port Sunlight®
Queen of Sweden®
Lichfield Angel®
England's Rose
The Ancient Mariner®
Ballerina
Golden Celebration®
Little White Pet
Hyde Hall®
Hansa
Iceberg
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The Lady Gardener®
Molineux®
Grace®
Gentle Hermione®