Curly roses

Climbing roses look great on the columns near the walls of the house, arches, on the porch. Such roses bloom abundantly throughout the summer.

The climbing roses are planted at an angle of 30 °, inclined towards the supports. Near the walls of the house, climbing roses should be planted at some distance, so that the water draining from the roof after the rain does not fall on the roots of plants. In addition, the planted plants are more stable and better kept in the soil. Curly climbing roses are planted so that the area of grafting is 10-13 cm below the soil level, that is, somewhat deeper than other species. This way of planting contributes to a better development of the vaccinated shoot.

Climbing roses are cut in spring, shortening at the same time only the tip of a thin shoot. Often, gardeners mistakenly prune young shoots, believing that they are wild. In fact, the appearance of these shoots is evidence of self-renewal of the bush. The main pruning is carried out immediately after the end of flowering. Remove old branches aged 4-5 years, cutting them off at the surface of the soil. After pruning, young shoots begin to grow faster, they are not recommended to be cut even in spring. To wake up the buds on young shoots, climbing roses are laid in a horizontal or oblique position and spend high hilling.

The scantlings form can be grown from some vigorous varieties of bush roses, English roses are great for this purpose. Such varieties as Graham Thomas and Gertrude Jekyll curl up to a height of 1.4-1.5 m.

Polyanthus roses are low perennial shrubs. They are very easy to propagate by cuttings, especially in summer. Polyanthus roses from seeds are grown less often. This type of growth reaches a height of not more than 50 cm, the plants are very winter-hardy and are leaders among roses in the abundance of flowers. During all summer months on the bush, semi-double and double flowers appear, collected in racemose or corymbose inflorescences. Over the summer on one adult bush can blossom up to 100 inflorescences, it is necessary only to remove wilted flowers in time. If desired, polyanthus roses can be grown not only in the garden, but also in pots. Polyanthus roses have very tugovsinshiny seeds, so they are sown for the winter in pots to houseplants. Seeds in this case sprout in spring or summer. Before sowing, they are soaked in water for 2 weeks.
Sprouts of polyanthus roses, in contrast to the rose of Canadian selection, are transplanted
To a permanent place according to the scheme of 50 * 40 cm. Plants prefer sunny places,
Drained, fertile soils. Very well polyanthus roses are combined with
Stunted plants in flower gardens. Very beautiful look roses with marigolds, grass, petunia, phlox, dwarfed asters and pansies. Flower bed will please the eye, starting in June and until the very frosts.

Both curly and polyanthus roses are very sensitive to fertilizing with mineral fertilizers, tillage and regular watering. Autumn bushes need to be cut and covered for the winter. Roses grown from seeds bloom only in the second year. Small flowers of a polyanthus rose have a very fragrant aroma.

Curly roses do not require any special care. With a support for growth, they rise higher and higher, forming many new shoots. In autumn, the tops of bushes are cut off, and the roots are warmed. You can grow curly roses by letting them climb the bushes, fences and fences.

Roses of Canadian breeding are bred specifically for the cold climate. They have many advantages, including very beautiful flowers of rich shades and excellent winter hardiness. Flowers bloom Canadian roses in our climate in two waves, with the second less abundant. Roses perfectly cuttings and do not require winter shelter. After the cuttings grow well in the future on their own roots. Acquiring only one plant of the Canadian rose, without damage to the wallet, you can breed the variety you like.

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