Peter Beales Roses.. gorgeous. Roses are my Backyard Change, Patti M. Oh My, Is that her yard?
flowersgardenlove: Peter Beales rose Beautiful gorgeous pretty flowers
Peter Beales Roses.. gorgeous! Working with Mother Nature.
Peter Beales Roses.. gorgeous
peter beales climbing rose
Peter Beales rose #gardens
Just beautiful roses...
Pink Rose Garden
Climbing Roses Climbing roses are ornamental garden plants grown for their beautiful flowers. These modern roses are trailing shrubs. Their slender stems can be trained to ascend trellis. The stems grow long and arching canes that can be tied up and trailed along fences, walls and trellises. They form a colorful backdrop for borders and they are fantastic for covering structures. They transform bare fences, walls and trellises into beautiful focal points. These roses show greater resistance to diseases. Climbing roses have large flowers similar to other garden roses which are typically held singly or in small groups and they usually have the ability to repeat blooms. Climbing roses are grown for their beautiful flowers which range in color from white through various tones of yellow and pink to dark crimson and maroon and most have a delightful fragrance. How to grow climbing roses: Climbing roses prefer full sun, so the spot you plant them in should receive 6 hours of sun per day. These roses need well draining nutrient rich soil. 1) Choose a spot with plenty of space. Remove 6 inches of top soil and replace it with soil from another part of your garden. 2) Mix the new soil generously with compost and allow to settle for 2-3 weeks. 3) Dig a hole 18 inches wide. It should be large enough for the roots to spread out. 4) Sprinkle some rose fertilizer at the base of the hole. 5) Before planting a bare root rose remove and discard the packing material and soak the roots for a few hours. 6) Place the rose plant in the hole, carefully spread the roots out. 7) Fill the hole with water and let drain. 8) Add soil back in the hole until roots are fully covered and the soil is leveled. 9) Tamp down the soil with your hands gently. 10) Newly planted roses need 1 inch of water per week throughout their first growing season. Climbing roses grow vigorously and bloom more prolifically if fertilized several times during growing season. They are excellent for limited flat space garden area that have a lot of open vertical space to climb up and elegantly drape the area with beautiful blooms.
window and stairs love this aged terracotta wall color and the window sill is amazing... love all the geranium pots and the sweet climbers... Perfect courtyard inspiration
Potted plants on the Window ledge...I like the bright sunny walls contrast with the plants
stairs, yellow wall, shelf and flowers -- all of it
love flower boxes or containers on window sills!
stairs, yellow wall, window, plants - perfect!
potted plants on window ledge and stairs
Flowerpots on Windowsill
Beautiful window box
It's that time of year again! Time to start planning window boxes and gardening ideas. Here are some window garden ideas from around the world - some quaint, some charming, some very colorful, some mellow and all just lovely. Hope you find some 'pinspiration' here...........(all were found on Pinterest)! Enjoy! Love this look - European Castle Combe, England Considered to be the most beautiful village in England Helena Bernald Photography Colorful! Pretty - Kelly's Photography Isn't this charming? Lovely! Spring bulbs! Rustic and charming. France - just lovely! Italy - beautiful! Soft blue with a touch of pink - sometimes less is more - simply charming! Charming detail! Just lovely! Christy Repasy windowbox Pinterest
Another day in mom's (Ruby's) rose garden. Roses grow so well for her. It's as if they, too, have been waiting for paradise to really show their beauty as a glorious shout of praise to The Supreme Artist who made them! So far, mom has 5 rose gardens: a red one, a collection of every shade of pink, a glowing yellow group, trellises of bi-colored climbing roses, and a new grouping of peach and orange shades. We have coffee and dessert in the middle of a different garden every time we visit!
Climbing roses - love the look of roses on old wooden fences
Rough wood fence and bright climbing roses, nice combo
pink roses rustic door. What more could I gal who loves vintage, rustic and there is just something about doors that create within me a curiosity mode of thinkin' and I want to explore the story that is contained beyond them.
MEET ME IN THE GARDEN <3 Lovely pink rose in front of this old shabby chic garden door.
Lovely pink rose in front of this old shabby chic garden door
Bright pink Roses in front of a white, weathered door
gorgeous climbing roses Click here to download Pink roses Click here to download Great idea for garage door. Paint to look like mahagany Click here to download roses, climbing roses over an arbor Click here to download
Love this wall trellis. Imagine how stunning it will be when the climbing roses fill it!
Another Pinner Wrote: Custom Wall-Covering Trellis - Wall-mount trellises can be as small as a picture frame or as large as the side of a building. Here, wood lattice enlivens a huge outdoor wall and acts as a support for climbing roses
Barn Window Raised planter AND windowbox - love this idea for our new house at both bedroom windows.
Rustic Splash of Flowers: dress up the ranch with flower boxes.- WINDOW BOX FOR BACK SHED
Country flower boxes made from old wood More Farms House, Country Home, Flower Gardens, Outdoor Flower, Country Life, Plants Flower, Flower Boxes, Window Boxes, Old Barns Beautiful outdoor flower arrangement... Interesting idea for window boxes and old barn wood/stone for a planter at the base. Rustic! via Christina Ceuppens on Country Life Typical scene at old country homes in Virginia. Rustic Splash of Flowers: dress up the ranch with flower boxes.- WINDOW BOX FOR BACK SHED Window of an old farm house... love the pretty flowers! ♥♥♥ Plant flowers around chicken coop. LOVE. Check more at http://blog.blackboxs.ru/category/garden/