September 2010
American Rose;Sep/Oct2010, Vol. 40 Issue 11, p17
The article discusses the benefits that can be gleaned from planting companion plantings along with roses. It relates the importance of selecting the right partners for the roses in that they can enhance the roses and the soil at the same time, and offers tips on how to achieve this end. Flower and flower colors, plant texture, and the shape or form of the partnering plant should also be considered. The article also stresses the value of pairing roses with companion plants that can share the same conditions with them.


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