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        The Best Rose Types For Coastal Gardening

        The Different Types Of Roses For Seaside Climates

        roses for coastal gardens

        Not all Rose Types are suitable for coastal gardening but seaside gardeners don't have to do without growing rose bushes. Success with growing roses near the sea is a matter of choosing suitable rose varieties. Some easy to grow roses deal very well with wind and salt spray and on top of that need very little maintenance!

        Standard roses are not suitable for windy gardens unless you have good shelter. They might work in sheltered garden areas. If you want to grow standard roses make sure to stake them well to avoid wind rock or have them knocked over in the next storm.

        Most every gardener I know has some roses growing in their gardens. People love them for their beautiful colorful flowers during the summer months. An added bonus is the lovely scent of some rose types.

        As a seaside gardener, you don't have to do without roses either. Some roses are very tolerant of wind, salt air, and poor soils and they can thrive even in the most exposed gardens. It is just a matter of choosing the right rose varieties for a seaside garden!



        Easy To Grow Roses For Coastal Gardens

        rose types for coastal gardens

        There are easy to grow roses like e. g. Rosa rugosa and the rugosa hybrids or for example the Flower Carpet Roses. These are very healthy and disease resistant and need very little care. They also stand up to coastal weather conditions like no other rose.

        Other roses like Floribundas, Hybrid Teas or Patio roses can be grown in coastal gardens if you have a place for them that is reasonably sheltered from wind. These rose varieties though need more care, pruning and are more prone to fungal diseases like mildew and blackspot especially if you live in a damp climate.

        The following list of rose varieties will help you choose rose plants for seaside gardens. These rose bushes are suitable for being grown without protection from wind and maritime exposure. They are also frost hardy and need very little maintenance.

        List Of Rose Types For Coastal Gardening

        Rosa The Fairy

        Rosa rugosa
        Rugosa Rose Hybrids
        Flower Carpet Roses
        Knockout Roses
        Rosa 'The Fairy'
        Rosa 'Super Excelsa' - Rambling rose
        Rosa 'Bonica' - Floribunda

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