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Rose ‘Guirlande d’Amour’
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    Rose ‘Guirlande d’Amour’

    Rosa 'Guirlande d´Amour'®

    Beschreibung: Roses have always been very popular plants, and not just for their very characteristic blooms. Their pleasant fragrance is another good reason to adopt a representative from amongst this romantic family of plants. Feathered, deep green leaves with a finely serrated edge round off their charm. Last but not least, the cultural significance of roses has long been undisputed.

    Flower: Rose 'Guirlande d'Amour' produces numerous white fragrant flowers from June to October.

    Foliage: Rose 'Guirlande d'Amour' is a deciduous plant. Rosa 'Guirlande d´Amour'® produces dark green leaves.

    Habit: Rosa 'Guirlande d´Amour'® grows climbing and can reach an average height of 2.5 – 3 m and a spread of 0.8 – 1 m breit.

    Water: Rose 'Guirlande d'Amour' needs to be watered regularly.

    Location: Prefers any location with full sun This is a half-hardy plant. Artificial protection is therefore recommended in cold winters. Soil demands: well-drained, rich in nutrients.

    Hardiness: This plant is hardy.

    Companion plants: Rose 'Guirlande d'Amour' goes well with Traveller´s joy, Lavender, Balkan clary.

    Use: E.g. as boundary; as facade greening

    Planting: Container grown roses can be planted the whole year round (except frost periods). Just make sure you water them properly.

    Care: To keep your Rose 'Guirlande d'Amour' looking good and in the best of health, follow our expert´s advice: * We recommend immediately cutting back roses in case of powdery mildew and treating them with appropriate formulation. * Remove all leaves showing black spots and keep treating your roses with a special fungicide systematically. * On a first-year bush, blooms should be removed by cutting short stems. Leave as much foliage as possible. * Avoid planting roses in any location where roses have already grown. In case there is no other place, replace the soil with special soil for roses.

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