A rose is still a rose, but the fragrant flowers are even better when they’re melded into your garden


A rose is still a rose, but the fragrant flowers are even better when they’re melded into your garden
Gardeners are placing roses into beds and borders, growing them up screens and fences, and potting them up. New varieties can be used as hedges and ground covers, mingle in borders or live in containers.

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