5 roses to try in your garden

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Roses make a beautiful addition to your garden, perfect for adding colour and interest. Whether you want to grow them in your borders, in pots on your patio or trained over an archway, there’s a real satisfaction to growing these stunning plants.

Peter Beales have put together a list of five roses to try in your garden, below. Let us know which one you’re going to try next!

Macmillan Nurse

A beautiful white shrub rose, which is so versatile and healthy it makes a lovely statement in any garden, looks lovely grown in a mixed border with shorter growing salvias and creeping campanulas.

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Pink Flower Carpet

One of the most prolific flowering  and healthiest of the later flowering ground cover roses, which can also be trained as a small climber.

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The Anniversary Rose

With a strong fruity fragrance this beautiful shapely Hybrid Tea is ideal for growing in a pot and will enhance any patio area.

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Ghislaine de Feligonde

A beautiful smaller growing repeat flowering rambler that is almost thornless so ideal for training over an archway or doorway.

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Chevy Chase

A beautiful shade tolerant, rudely healthy rambler that produces an abundance of flowers for about eight weeks, ideally grown with an early flowering clematis like Firework.

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Check back on 28th July 2019 to listen to this podcast episode!

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