There are pictures of flower beds, pictures of small flower gardens, red rose flower pictures, and garden pictures of climbing roses in the garden.
This page is designed to give you flower bed ideas for your front yard and front porch. All of the flower garden pictures are beautiful as well as creative flower beds and flower that will inspire you to create your own flower beds and rose gardens.
Isn't this a colorful narrow flowerbed?
Here are pink carpet roses planted with low-growing white blooming Cotoneaster shrubs and purple Verbena 'Homestead Purple' perennials.
A few white Day-Lilies are planted toward the back.
This border is only two feet wide but adds lots of colorful and lasting beauty to this front yard.
It's one of my favorite flower garden pictures.
This is a great and very simple flower bed idea for a low wall in a small garden.
This is very easy to duplicate in your own garden.
There are only two plant varieties in this flower bed.
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This picture of climbing roses in the garden was taken in the backyard.
This is a very wide flower border with two of my favorite climbing roses, the white Sally Holmes rose and the wonderful pink climber,the Eden rose (syn.Pierre de Ronsard rose). The vivid pink rose in the foreground is the English Gertrude Jekyll rose, by David Austin.
The flowers of this rose are oh soo fragrant, you can't stop smelling the roses.
What a show-stopper this is.
The pink roses blooming with profusion are Climbing Cecile Brunner roses.
The pink flowers are very fragrant and very beautiful.
This is a vigorous climber as the picture shows and you need a strong fence to hold up these roses.
I believe the homeowners planted six of these roses along the fence.
It's a beautiful picture of climbing roses in a garden.
What a welcoming touch for a front gate garden.
The two colorful rose bushes planted on each side of the gate are Sunset Celebration roses.
They have long-lasting huge salmon colored blooms that are very fragrant.
The roses are underplanted with pink Fleabane Daisy.
Underplanting roses always gives a finishing touch to your flower beds and keeps the roots cool and the weeds out.
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Here is a colorful flower garden picture of a curbside flower bed, featuring two outstanding and easy to grow rose bushes.
The roses and other plants are backed by a clipped hedge, giving the garden a little bit of formality and structure.
I think this is a very effective and surprisingly easy rose garden design.
What a stunning and colorful front garden!
The white Iceberg roses are the anchor plants in this design.
The low-growing colorful flowers are dwarf Petunias in a rainbow of colors and yellow Marigold annuals.
This flower garden once planted is actually quite low maintenance.
Just a little routine deadheading to keep the flowers blooming all season long.