A wild collection of bright red or pink roses; it’s a sight we just can’t get enough of. Not the kind you put in a vase on a table, but the ones that grow abundantly on bushes and plants in gardens. Surrounded by all those other garden greens, the roses really pop, giving off a romantic, dreamy vibe.
Roses like to drink a lot, so make sure the soil always stays moist. That means watering your plants about two to three times a week in the summer. Add some fertiliser to the water every two weeks to keep your roses happy.
Roses need a bright spot to thrive, both indoors and outdoors. The flowers simply won’t bloom as beautifully in the shade. If you place your roses outside, trim the plants back to about five centimetres above the soil in February. Your plant will give you brand new flowers in May.