Thinking about growing roses? This is an easy beginners guide to rose growing.
Everything you need to know about growing healthy roses is right here.
It's not hard to learn how to grow roses, but they do have specific requirements that you should know about.
If you have never grown roses, you need to read the beginners guide to rose growing.
The table of content below will take you to pages about the different ways to grow roses
Growing a rose bush is not hard, but you definitely need to learn the basics of rose gardening.
Rose cultivation is a wonderful and exciting hobby that I personally love and enjoy very much.
Once you learn how to grow roses, you'll really enjoy growing all kinds of roses.
It's a great delight to have roses growing in a garden, perhaps more so than any other flower on earth.
Scroll down for all different types of roses to grow in your garden and for all rose gardening situations.
There is also information about how to grow roses in different regions and climate zone in the United States.
In this section you will learn the basics for growing roses in your garden.
Important things such as the beginners guide to rose gardening, caring for roses and how to grow rose organically.
Beginners Guide to How To Grow Roses - This page is a must read. It will give you step by step instructions for rose growing. This rose information will make it easy for you to plant and grow roses.
Rose Care and Maintenance - Step by step instructions for caring for roses so they will flower the best and stay healthy.
Growing Organic Roses - Organic gardening is an environmentally friendly, a people friendly style of gardening with roses. Do your part to protect the environment in which we all must live.
Rose Growing Made Easy - Find out the 5 basic needs of roses. Fill those needs and growing roses will be breeze.
How To Plant and Grow Roses in a Pot - It's easy and fun to grow roses in pots. And when you follow my instructions your potted roses will happily flower for years.
Grow Roses From Cuttings - Rose propagation is a fun pastime for gardeners. It's also an easy way to have free roses, or a chance to grow the same rose as your mother for example.
To grow roses from cuttings is easy and so exciting. Here are easy step by step instructions for growing rose bushes from cuttings.
Growing Roses in Containers - Roses grow surprisingly well in containers, as long as you get them off to a good start and keep them well watered.
Roses in containers are the longest lasting in mild winter climates, such as Southern California, Florida and the South.
This section is about the growing requirements for the different rose types. Roses are divided into various categories, or types.
There are significant differences. Here are the categories you are most likely to see.
Growing Hybrid Tea Roses - Hybrid tea roses are the long stem roses every gardener loves to grow.
Hybrid tea roses are more cold tender than other types of roses. If you love growing long stemmed roses for arrangements, hybrid tea roses are the best roses to grow.
Growing Floribunda Roses - Floribundas are shorter, more compact rose plants, nice in groupings and suitable for smaller gardens or mixed flower beds.
The flowers come in clusters, and often some are in bud while others are fully open.
Growing Climbing Roses - These are roses that grow long, pliable canes, making them suitable for training on a support.
For example a trellis, a fence, an arbor or even up a tree. They have no way to attach themselves to a support, so you have to help them by using ties.
Growing Old Heirloom Roses - Heirloom roses are the antique old roses that Empress Josephine used to grow in her garden at Malmaison Paris.
Their tough, carefree nature, incredible rose fragrance and romantic flower form is something to behold.
Growing Miniature Roses - If you have limited space, or a small patio, balcony or deck, growing small mini roses is the perfect solution.
As long as you have a sunny spot, they will do fine with the proper rose care for miniature roses.
How To Grow Wild Roses - Wild Roses are the ancient ancestors of all modern roses. Even the antique old roses come from wild rose breedings.
Take a look at these wonderful wild roses, that are tough as nails, that you can grow in your garden.
Long Stem Roses - Long stem roses are easy to grow. Here is my list of the best long stem roses to grow in your garden.
This section is about choosing the best roses for your region and the challenges of each region. Which rose region do you live in?
How To Grow Roses In Southern California - Learn about the 4 distinct climate regions in Southern California plus rose growing tips, and check out the list of the best roses to grow there.
Growing roses in the San Francisco Bay area and a list of the best varieties to grow there.
Best Roses To Grow In Florida - When you garden in Florida, where it's hot and humid sometimes, you need to grow roses that tolerate humid hot weather. Here is a list of the best roses for Florida.
Roses For the Desert and Arizona - It's important to only grow heat tolerant roses for the desert Southwest and Arizona. Old roses and shrub roses seem to do well in this heat.
Gallica Roses, Tea Roses, Noisette Roses and China Roses are the best for hot weather climates.
How To Grow Roses In Texas - If you are gardening in Texas, you will find information about how to grow roses in Texas, and what kind of roses grow well in Texas hot humid climate.
Rose Growing in New England - The major challenges of growing rose bushes in New England and the best rose varieties to grow there.