Now that your garden is complete let’s consider expanding it outward to the fence. Growing climbing roses will grace that drab looking fence to turn even the boundaries of your garden into an animated art form. No fence? Then drive in some tall stakes at the boundaries of your yard or a trellis or two and wrap climbing roses around them. Or grow them up the side of your house or your tool shed.
Rap them around and up that tree. Put an archway at the entrance of your garden with climbing roses all over it. Wow would that be a nice touch to your garden entering and exiting through a rose covered archway.
There’s even horizontally growing climbing roses. Instead of vertically growing climbing roses covering your fences how about the horizontal ones? In fact the horizontal climbers give off more blooms then the vertical ones.
When growing climbing roses for your yard you have many varieties to choose from depending on what you want. Some grow 7 feet high while others grow to 30 feet. Some bloom only in the spring while ever bloomers can bloom throughout the year. If you live in a cold area there are varieties that can withstand a cold winter.
Other varieties include the rambling roses which are great for fast growth. If you get a rambling rose they can grow as much as 20 feet in one season. If you want huge blossoms on your climbers, which is a great choice, get the true climbers. There are many more varieties of climbers but this gives you an idea of what’s out there.