Wonderful flowering magic with Rose The Fairy
Small shrub roses grow densely bushy and impress with long-lasting blooms. They are more robust than noble roses and need less care. They can easily cope with high temperatures below zero. They were once specially bred for parks and gardens. Most of the plants originate from Great Britain, the land of magnificent gardens and roses. This is also where the Rosa The Fairy variety originated. The name Fairy translates as fairy. This name lives up to its promise. As legendary as the bizarre mythical creatures, as fairy-like appear the flowers of the fascinating ground cover roses. The colour pink conveys tranquillity, but also stands for longing and secret wishes.
Description: Groundcover Roses Pink The Fairy 'pink'
The small shrub reaches heights of up to 50cm. The overhanging branches look playful and full of life. The summer green foliage of Rose The Fairy is composed of oval and pointed leaves. The first flowers appear in June and are arranged in panicles. The abundant flowering season lasts until October. Ground cover roses love a sunny to semi-shady position. They develop their full potential on a humus-rich and well-drained substrate. Annual pruning does not require any special knowledge. Simply prune back to 10cm in spring and the young shoots will develop vigorously afterwards.
Design ideas with Rose The Fairy
The queens of flowers add that certain something to any garden. Small shrub roses are true multi-talents, as they offer several variations of stylish presentations, except for the single position:
- Ground cover roses
The Fairy is the perfect choice.
- Ground cover roses in the open
When planted in groups, abundant branching results in a carpet full of flowers in summer, possibly on berms and slopes. You need 9 to 12 small shrub roses per square metre.
- Low hedges
When arranged in a row, ground cover roses become small hedges, either at the property line or to surround individual areas. A floral, pink frame transforms any bench into a romantic spot.
- Rose The Fairy in a box
Ground cover roses The Fairy thrive in greenery, on patios, balconies or to break up the garden.
Where and with whom to plant The Fairy?
Shrub roses harmonise with the idyll of the cottage garden. Pink The Fairy 'pink' goes well with woodland vines in the background, clambering up walls or fences. Either as a tranquil tone-in-tone formation with Nelly Moser or contrasting with Jackmannii in violet-blue flower colour. Ground cover roses are also popular with classic companions lavender