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Miniature and Miniflora roses are the smallest of the roses in both growth and bloom size. Flowers are usually less than 5cm across. Bushes generally grow no more than 50cm high. Ideal for edging, borders, pots or small gardens.
Plant 30cm apart.
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Ground Covers are extremely hardy and healthy. Generally they are very easy to grow and can withstand reasonably harsh conditions when mature. They flower with enormous freedom and continuity yet require little pruning. Very versatile, they are ideally suited for mass planting, borders, small gardens and pots. Average height to 50cm but width can vary.
Plant approximately 60cm to 1m apart.
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Second only to the Hybrid Tea in popularity, Floribunda roses bear flowers in large clusters, providing massive, colourful, long-lasting garden displays. As a class, they are hardier, easier to care for than their hybrid tea counterparts. They range from low growing varieties of 50cm high, but average at 1.2m. Well suited for use en masse, in pots or to form attractive borders and low hedges. Height indicates width.
Plant 1m apart or for a low hedge, 75cm.
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Hybrid Tea roses have been the most recognisable class of rose for over a hundred years. They bare classic full flowers either singly or several to a stem. Many have a good fragrance and are excellent for cut flowers. Height ranges from 1m to 2m but averages 1.5m tall.
Plant 1m apart.
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Modern Shrub Roses are the ideal choice where a mass of colour is desired. Vigorous and hardy, they can create colourful hedges and borders with many of the taller varieties able to be used as small climbers.
Plant a minimum of 1m apart. Planting distance and width will be similar to the indicated height. Hedges can be planted slightly closer together
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Climbers can be used in a multitude of situations, limited only by your imagination. For best results espalier the long canes into a horizontal position to promote lateral growth. Do not prune for the first two seasons and then only to remove dead wood
and unproductive growth. Climbers flower best from two year old canes.
They can grow in three different sizes.
Ramblers - tend to give heavy vigorous growth grow between 4 to 6 meter spread
Climbers - are easier to grow and can get between a 3 to 4 meter spread
Pillar climbers - generally better for a more controlled growth up verandah posts or small arbours. They grow up to 2.5 meters in most situations.
Plant approximately 2 to 5m apart depending on the growth habit. However the distance will depend on the coverage you require. At the very minium 1.5m apart.
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Also referred to as Stem Roses, are a variation of the normal bush rose grafted at a height of 90cm or 60cm (Patio Standards). They can create a formal appearance if planted in a row or as a feature in garden beds. They can also be grown in large tubs on the veranda. It is important to secure them to a sturdy stake to prevent breakage in high wind. Please avoid metal stakes.
The head of the standard can vary in shape:
Please note that this is only a guide and each variety will have variations.
Plant approximately 1.2m apart.
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Weeping Standards or Tree Roses are budded onto tall rootstock at heights ranging from 1.2m to 1.6m with varieties that tend to produce long pliable canes, creating a cascading effect. Many will reach ground level. Ideal as a centre piece or feature. Only remove dead wood when pruning for the first few seasons
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1 layer of petals with prominent stamens.
2-3 layers of petals.
High centred, classic hybrid tea style bloom.
Highly petalled, English styled blooms in various shapes.