Beautiful Garden With Roses
Create a beautiful garden can be just easy if you choose the right plants. Generally, gardeners prefer some beautiful garden flowers to enhance their garden look. And one of the most beautiful garden flowers are roses. Roses come in a wide variety of colors, from snowy white to a deep purple that’s almost black. Others have stripes, a combination of colors, or colors that change as the flowers mature. If you decide to lay out this beautiful flower in your garden, there are a number of considerations to keep in mind. Roses need a good deal of light, at least six hours a day. (Cooler morning sun is preferable to strong afternoon sun, which can singe the flowers.) Before you plant, make certain that the garden is in an area with good soil and drainage, neither too dry nor too swampy after a rain. Roses prefer a soil pH of around 6.5 to 7.0, so test your soil beforehand and use soil mix-ins if necessary to change your soil to the correct acidity. Situate your roses far enough away from trees and shrubs so that they won’t compete for root space. If you’re planting rows of roses behind each other, be sure to plant the taller varieties behind the shorter ones, so that you won’t accidentally hide your carefully-tended flowers.