Paul's Himalayan Musk rose in bloom
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Easy Roses To Grow That Will Give the Garden A Low-Maintenance Upgrade
'Paul's Himalayan Musk' Rambling Rose
The 'Paul's Himalayan Musk' rose is said to attract butterflies and bees, and as a rambling rose, it has long stems that are very easy to train along walls, arbors, and trellises.
This rose is smaller but has a double bloom in baby pinks, and it is easy to care for, since it happily grows in most soils and is noted to be quite hardy.
'Claire Austin' English Rose
The 'Claire Austin' English rose is a shrub rose that loves to climb along walls, fences, and arbors and has creamy, yellow-cupped petals.
Growing around 4 feet tall and 3 feet wide, this English rose only needs average watering every two to five days when the top portion of the soil has dried out.
Father Hugo Rose
The Father Hugo rose is a resilient early May bloomer with single-cupped flowers of creamy and soft yellow petals with red anthers, pairing well with colors of light pink and blue.
The Father Hugo rose can withstand poor soil quality and droughts but prefers standard watering and full sunlight. It needs minimal trimming and can be trained to climb if desired.
'Albertine' Rambling Rose
The 'Albertine' rambling rose is a mix of apricot pinks and reddish coral with deep green foliage often described as shiny, and it has a lingering sweet and fruity smell.
This rose needs a heat zone of 5 to 9 and doesn’t require too much watering or specific soil types. It is also known to be disease resistant, though it can be prone to mildew.
'Sir Thomas Lipton' Rugosa Rose
The 'Sir Thomas Lipton' rugosa rose produces semi-double and double flowers in a bright white that will sometimes showcase a hint of pink as well.
This rose is loved for its durability, as it does best in soil with lower nutrients. Outside of average watering, the bush will only need a large trim in late summer or early fall.