#BranchOut: Our Favorite Roses
pink blooms of Rosa 'Nearly Wild'

#BranchOut: Our Favorite Roses

pink blooms of Rosa 'Nearly Wild'

Find your next great rose with Adam Glas and Jeff Jabco’s favorite roses. Learn some great tips for rose care as well.

Check out other great rose gardening topics like companion plantings in the rose garden, rose rosette disease, and our Creating a Stunning Rose Garden Webinar.

Join us for #BranchOut, a digital learning series from the Scott Arboretum. Improve your gardening skills with how-to tutorials, learn more with in-depth plant discussions, and explore with great kid and family nature activities. Check-in every Wednesday to see what we are discovering this week!

Becky Robert
rrobert1@swarthmore.edu
3 Comments
  • Wendy C
    Posted at 13:29h, 04 June Reply

    Beautiful roses, I* am always looking for different varieties to try. A few of my favourites are Bonica Pink, Champlain and Ballerina. All super hardy here in Canada, and the first two bloom all summer.

    • Becky Robert
      Posted at 14:01h, 04 June Reply

      Thank you for the recommendations, Wendy. We are always trailing new cultivars for our region too.

      Happy Gardening,
      Becky Robert
      Scott Arboretum

  • Linda Doyle
    Posted at 16:48h, 08 June Reply

    I just received the Hybrid (Summer 2020). I wish you would have identified which of the roses on the list were native to the US. Many of us are now gardening with ecology in mind and I have found that many will choose a native over other species if they are aware that its available.

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