Top 15 What to plant around roses

1 Plant partners for roses – Richard Jackson Garden

Plant partners for roses - Richard Jackson Garden
  • Author: richardjacksonsgarden.co.uk
  • Published Date: 08/01/2022
  • Review: 4.94 (658 vote)
  • Summary: · Particularly good are various asters (like Aster x frikartii ‘Monch’), delphiniums, eryngium, hardy geraniums (cranesbill), nepeta (catmint), 
  • Matching search results: There is a huge list of suitable plants but here are some of my favourites. Gaura lindheimeri (that flowers over a long period), Hesperis matronalis (Sweet Rocket – a very lovely and very fragrant plant), Digitalis (the foxgloves and not just the …

2 12 Rose Companion Plants (& What Not To Grow Near Roses)

12 Rose Companion Plants (& What Not To Grow Near Roses)
  • Author: bloomingbackyard.com
  • Published Date: 12/18/2021
  • Review: 4.69 (394 vote)
  • Summary: · 1. Lavender · 2. Alyssum · 3. Foxgloves · 4. Lady’s Mantle · 5. Baby’s Breath · 6. Shasta Daisy · 7. Marigolds · 8. Parsley
  • Matching search results: Due to their differing flowering times, you may miss out on seeing the two together, but you will have a touch of summer with you in winter when roses are dormant. They are slightly thirstier than other perennials – but a welcome price to pay for …

3 Rosy Companions – Discover – Candide

  • Author: candide.com
  • Published Date: 07/13/2022
  • Review: 4.46 (398 vote)
  • Summary: · Perennials that seem to be natural companions for roses are Inca lilies (Alstroemeria), Cape forget-me-not (Anchusa), catmint (Mentha mussinii), 
  • Matching search results: Due to their differing flowering times, you may miss out on seeing the two together, but you will have a touch of summer with you in winter when roses are dormant. They are slightly thirstier than other perennials – but a welcome price to pay for …

4 Great Companion Plants for Roses

  • Author: thespruce.com
  • Published Date: 07/09/2022
  • Review: 4.36 (564 vote)
  • Summary: Herbs and other aromatic plants make wonderful rose companions and all may help ward off Japanese beetles and aphids, including:
  • Matching search results: Due to their differing flowering times, you may miss out on seeing the two together, but you will have a touch of summer with you in winter when roses are dormant. They are slightly thirstier than other perennials – but a welcome price to pay for …

5 Underplanting Roses – Companion Plants for Roses – Gardenia.net

  • Author: gardenia.net
  • Published Date: 04/20/2022
  • Review: 4.14 (539 vote)
  • Summary: Start with low-growing spring bulbs such as snowdrops, crocus, grape hyacinths, scillas, anemones and narcissi. They will provide color to your rose borders at 
  • Matching search results: Due to their differing flowering times, you may miss out on seeing the two together, but you will have a touch of summer with you in winter when roses are dormant. They are slightly thirstier than other perennials – but a welcome price to pay for …

6 Companion Planting for Roses | Herbaceous Herbs

  • Author: herbaceousherbs.com.au
  • Published Date: 03/31/2022
  • Review: 3.87 (505 vote)
  • Summary: Plant chives, garlic chives and garlic around the base of roses, citrus and fruit trees to discourage climbing insects. Under roses, chives will improve the 
  • Matching search results: Due to their differing flowering times, you may miss out on seeing the two together, but you will have a touch of summer with you in winter when roses are dormant. They are slightly thirstier than other perennials – but a welcome price to pay for …

7 5 amazing companion plants for Knock Out roses (and 3 you should skip)

 5 amazing companion plants for Knock Out roses (and 3 you should skip)
  • Author: happysprout.com
  • Published Date: 04/25/2022
  • Review: 3.76 (516 vote)
  • Summary: · Though trees and shrubs can add dimension to your garden, be careful about having them around your Knock Out roses. They take up nutrients and 
  • Matching search results: Read on to learn what plants you don’t want to keep next to Knock Out roses. That said, your garden conditions and plant varieties will play into whether you can grow a particular cultivar alongside roses. If you want to grow these plants, consider …

8 Companion Planting With Roses

  • Author: treloarroses.com.au
  • Published Date: 07/14/2022
  • Review: 3.48 (300 vote)
  • Summary: Companion plants that grow well with roses: … Mini agapanthus, Lamb’s Ears, Erysimum, Woodworm, Dianthus, Chamomile cultivars, Pansies, Petunias, Violets, Daisy 
  • Matching search results: Read on to learn what plants you don’t want to keep next to Knock Out roses. That said, your garden conditions and plant varieties will play into whether you can grow a particular cultivar alongside roses. If you want to grow these plants, consider …

9 25 Great Companion Plants For Roses

  • Author: homefortheharvest.com
  • Published Date: 03/20/2022
  • Review: 3.34 (298 vote)
  • Summary: · Some of the best companion plants for roses include lavender, allium, salvia, catmint, marigold, yarrow, and dianthus. Combining your roses with 
  • Matching search results: Verbena is a tall perennial that’s perfect for adding color and texture to the garden. It has long, arching stems that are covered in small flowers. Verbena comes in a variety of colors, including purple, pink, red, and white. This plant is known …

10 11 Best Companion Plants For Roses

11 Best Companion Plants For Roses
  • Author: backyardgardenlover.com
  • Published Date: 03/21/2022
  • Review: 3.18 (354 vote)
  • Summary: · What Is the Best Companion Plant for Roses? · 1. Ornamental alliums (as well as edible onions and garlic) · 2. Clematis · 3. Erysimum · 4. Foxglove
  • Matching search results: Many roses are heavily pruned in late winter, and not particularly attractive before they leaf out again. Underplant them with a succession of flowers by planting some spring-blooming bulbs, such as tulips, crocus, narcissus, snowdrops, and grape …

11 16 Perennial Companion Plants for Roses – HGTV

  • Author: hgtv.com
  • Published Date: 09/13/2022
  • Review: 2.86 (192 vote)
  • Summary: 16 Perennial Partners for Roses · Related To: · Related To: · Brunnera ‘Jack Frost’ · ‘Elegant Candy’ Daylily · Lady’s Mantle · ‘Munstead’ Lavender · ‘Presto’ Tickseed
  • Matching search results: Many roses are heavily pruned in late winter, and not particularly attractive before they leaf out again. Underplant them with a succession of flowers by planting some spring-blooming bulbs, such as tulips, crocus, narcissus, snowdrops, and grape …

12 What to grow with roses

  • Author: gardenersworld.com
  • Published Date: 04/16/2022
  • Review: 2.7 (196 vote)
  • Summary: · What to grow with roses · Spring bulbs · Alliums · Erysimum ‘Bowles’s Mauve’ · Lilies · Foxgloves · Hardy geraniums · Salvias · Verbascums
  • Matching search results: Late-flowering clematis make the perfect planting partners for climbing roses, especially rambling roses, which flower only once in summer. Depending on the varieties you grow, you could have your rose and clematis flowering together or the clematis …

13 Companion Planting – Rose Society Of South Australia

Companion Planting - Rose Society Of South Australia
  • Author: sarose.org.au
  • Published Date: 10/19/2021
  • Review: 2.67 (152 vote)
  • Summary: The list of plants that look great when planted between and under your roses is endless, however my favourite plant to combine with roses is a catmint called 
  • Matching search results: Ground covers including Chamomile cultivars – Anthemis ‘E.C.Buxton’ & ‘Suzannah Mitchell’; Asteriscus maritimum ‘Gold Coin’; Veldt daisy – Arctotis x hybrida; Seaside daisy including sterile cultivar Erigeron karvinskianus ‘Spindrift’; …

14 Companion Plants for Roses | Fallbroook Garden Club

  • Author: fallbrookgardenclub.org
  • Published Date: 01/06/2022
  • Review: 2.53 (95 vote)
  • Summary: · Plant dill nearby if you have spider mites. Geraniums will help repel aphids, Japanese beetles, and other rose beetles. French marigolds repel 
  • Matching search results: There is a long-standing debate in the rose community of whether you should plant anything else with your roses. The truth is, in the long run, monoculture is detrimental to your soil and plants. Growing them on their own is an open invitation to …

15 [PDF] Companion Planting with Roses – Garden Time

  • Author: gardentime.tv
  • Published Date: 10/30/2021
  • Review: 2.46 (94 vote)
  • Summary: Evergreen shrubs such as Senecio, Sweet Box or Holly easily compliment roses and provide much needed year-round structure in the rose garden. Long-blooming 
  • Matching search results: There is a long-standing debate in the rose community of whether you should plant anything else with your roses. The truth is, in the long run, monoculture is detrimental to your soil and plants. Growing them on their own is an open invitation to …