Covering An Arbor With Roses

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Everyone dreams of a rose covered arbor. But sometimes you only end up with roses on top of the arbor. This video contains some simple tips to fill out your …

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March 24, 2009

guyluvsbeauty @ 1:11 pm #

This info is awesome. Thank you so much! I know what to do with my arbors
now. It will be fun to layer them.

March 27, 2009

Paul Zimmerman Roses @ 3:14 pm #

Have fun!

July 21, 2009

agb0012000 @ 12:58 am #

Once again, thank you so much for taking the time to make these videos for
us beginners.

April 25, 2010

Paddy! @ 7:37 pm #

“Cup of Tea ~ Pinky Raised” – you make me laugh. Great information as
always.

May 8, 2010

mlr48 @ 11:26 am #

An arbor would is a ‘dream’ – a ‘someday’ project after we retire. For many
of us beginner’s – these videos are a real blessing. I would never have
known about layering – using different varieties to fill in an arbor – and
the clematis suggestion – I would never have considered that either. Thanks
for taking the time to do this post – I am off to start planning my rose
arbor while sipping my tea :0)

May 9, 2010

Paul Zimmerman Roses @ 1:50 pm #

Thank you for the kind comments. I’m glad you are finding them so useful.

July 26, 2010

Rita Meilak @ 12:22 am #

YOU RELAY MAKE ME VERY HAPPY TALKING ABOUT ROSES LIKE TO NOW ABOUT ROSES
THANK YOU

April 23, 2011

Qu1ntilianuS @ 2:59 am #

Hi Paul, thank you very much for your great videos, they are both inspiring
and helpful. In my back garden stands a very big twisted willow planted
decades ago. At the moment I’m looking for a fast growing, large climbing
or rambler rose which should do well in partial sunlight. The idea is to
get it up in the lower branches (which start at two meters from the
ground), underneath which we sit in summer. Would you have any
recommendations? All the best from far away Holland. – J

April 30, 2011

Paul Zimmerman Roses @ 8:27 am #

@Qu1ntilianuS I do have some ideas but better yet contact my friends at
Bierkreek Nursery in Holland. They can really help you! Come visit us on
our rose forum. You can access it via our website.

April 8, 2012

ruapraia @ 5:51 pm #

hehe that was great!

November 16, 2012

Urban Landscape - Landscape Design & Construction @ 11:39 pm #

Very useful! Thanks!

April 17, 2013

michelleb1958 @ 1:49 pm #

I’ve just spent the last hour completely enthrauled with your videos. I
have several antique roses in my garden that I had no idea how to take care
of. I can’t wait to go out and play.

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