Here are our picks for 2012's best new plants.
These roses love the heat.
A beautiful, fragrant, and colorful rose with a tidy, manageable size and shape.
A chocolate-orange shrub rose with a spicy scent.
A vigorous climber with double, pale pink flowers.
What's new for 2010.
Plant a Forty Heroes rose in your garden to honor the crew and passengers of United Flight 93.
‘Westerland’ is considered a modern climbing rose. It develops canes that grow vigorously, producing orange-tinged apricot flowers into autumn.
If your rose bushes bloomed pink or yellow or were two-toned the first year, but bloomed red in years after that, you’re probably left with canes that grew from the rootstock—underground portions below the graft union.
Our carpet rose sends off tall “fishing pole” shoots. How and when should I prune these?