Companion Planting for Roses
Find out which plants work well with roses and get advice and garden tool tips from Sonia Uyterhoeven, expert gardener at The New York Botanical Garden.
Texture, color, and form are all important in the aesthetics of companion planting.
Plants with tall spires complement the wide, cup-shaped flowers of roses, while perennials and shrubs with pale green, silver, or purple leaves accentuate the sumptuous rose blossoms.
Companion shown here: lavender
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