Roses

Flower Bed Width


Anonymous added on November 21, 2010 | Answered

Is 18 inches wide enough to plant roses?


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Nikki
Certified GKH Gardening Expert
Answered on November 22, 2010

That would be a tight space for roses. You may be able to get away with it if you use a climbing rose on a trellis.

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TX Master Gardner
Answered on December 20, 2010

Any of the knock out varities that are kept under control will work. Prune as required and although you may loose some blooms, knock out bloom contineously. Since you width is limited, be sure their soil depth is deeper than normal so that they may establish a good root system.

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roseman
Answered on November 22, 2010

If you look at the growth habits of some miniature roses, the 8 inches might work. Look for short and compact growth habits. Some of them are nicely fragrant too. Again, do your homework on them for such limited room before you buy.

Stan

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