Category: Potted Patio Roses

Potted Rose - Alpine Sunset 3.5l 0

Potted Rose – Alpine Sunset 3.5l

fantastic Fragrancegreat In The Garden And The Homewith Contrasting Evergreen Leaveslarge, Peachy-melba Yellow And Flushed Pink Blooms Which Flower Again And Again. On This Hybrid Tea Variety Every Flower Is Full-shaped And Fantastically Fragrant – A Joy For The Senses. Every Flower Is Sturdy, Held On Strong Necks Which Also Makes Alpine Sunset Ideal For Cutting For Pretty Vase Displays In Your House.reaching 45cm (18in) In Height Rose Alpine Sunset Is Fantastic For Attractive Container Displays- Ideal When You Just Have A Balcony Or Concrete Yard But You Want To Enjoy The Charismatic Sunset Colours In Your Own Outdoor Space. Contrasting With Glossy Evergreen Leaves You’ll Be Charmed By Flowers And Foliage Alike.we Recommend You Plant In Containers In Rich Soil Like John Innes No3. In Which Rose Alpine Sunset Will Truly Thrive. Add A Liquid Fertiliser In Summer When It Is In Full Bloom To Boost The Flower Power. Cut Back Lightly To Form A Neat Shape In Autumn After Flowering For On-going Good Plant Health.

Potted Rose - English Princess 3.5l 0

Potted Rose – English Princess 3.5l

many-flowering Clusterscan Be Grown As A Natural Hedgeflowers Summer And Into Autumn add Floribunda (clustering) Rose English Princess To Your Own Outdoor Space On Account Of Its Super Fragrance And Complementing Glossy Green Leaves – A Delight To Your Eyes And Nose Alike. Every Bloom Has Shell-like Pink Petals With A Blush Of Yellow On The Undersides.english Princess Has A Compact, Bushy Growth, Making This Rose A Perfect Contender For Wall-side Borders Where It Would Enjoy The Reflected Heat Of The Wall. It’s A Great Container Rose Or A Great Choice For Hedging If You Want To Create A Natural Boundary Full Of Colour And Scent. We Recommend You Would Plant Roses 50-60cm (1 ½ – 2ft) Apart So They Mesh Together Into A Hedge.if Growing In Containers Consider Growing Grasses In Containers Nearby To Add Colour And Texture Contrast. A Grass Such As Acorus Variegata Would Be A Good Suggestion. Keep Roses Happy By Planting Them In Rich Soil Like John Innes No 3 And Feeding With A Rose Fertiliser In Summer. Be Sure To Place Them In Full Sun So They Thank You With Maximum Blooms.