rose hedging

Doreen Smyth asked 11 years ago

My Escallonia hedge is dead! I thought I might replace it with rose hedging. Would this be truly hardy should we experience another winter like the last one? If so, which roses would be suitable?

1 Answers

Gerry Daly Staff answered 3 years ago
Rose hedging means Rosa rugosa, which is very hardy, but makes a slightly informal hedge, broad and does not clip precisely. But it has flowers and berries, and can be lightly trimmed to make it neat.

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