Roses from member gardens

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Roses love Southern California and are very happy in Lakeside.  Just be sure to plant or move roses away from walls or other structures that can reflect heat that burns the plants. Beneficial insects are attracted by rose flowers and eat insects that are harmful to the garden. For instance, the praying mantis will eat the grasshoppers that devour the green leaves necessary for proper photosynthesis.

 

Unless otherwise noted all photos are from Kitty Cooper's Rose Garden and taken by her.

 

Bicolored Roses
Picture perfect First Prize hybrid tea rose bushes bloom prolifically in our Lakeside climate. (photo McFadden Ranch)
photo from McFadden ranch
Variegated Rose
Rose Bush
Rose Bushes
Rose Bush
Double Delight Rose. An award winning hybrid tea with a spicy fragrance
Peach Rose
Double Delight Rose does well in our dry climate.
Beneficial insects attracted by our flowers, such as this pink climbing rose, eat insects that are harmful to our garden (photo McFadden ranch)
Angel Face lavender rose (photo McFadden ranch)
Mr. Lincoln roses such as this one are one of the most fragrant roses to be found. (photo McFadden ranch)
Golden Shower climbing roses thrive in our Lakeside climate. Reaching to the sun to grow, they easily reach heights of eight feet.(photo McFadden ranch)
  • Bicolored Roses
  • Picture perfect First Prize hybrid tea rose bushes bloom prolifically in our Lakeside climate. (photo McFadden Ranch)
  • photo from McFadden ranch
  • Variegated Rose
  • Rose Bush
  • Rose Bushes
  • Rose Bush
  • Double Delight Rose. An award winning hybrid tea with a spicy fragrance
  • Peach Rose
  • Double Delight Rose does well in our dry climate.
  •  Beneficial insects attracted by our flowers, such as this pink climbing rose, eat insects that are harmful to our garden (photo McFadden ranch)
  • Angel Face lavender rose (photo McFadden ranch)
  •  Mr. Lincoln roses such as this one are one of the most fragrant roses to be found. (photo McFadden ranch)
  • Golden Shower climbing roses thrive in our Lakeside climate.  Reaching to the sun to grow, they easily reach heights of eight feet.(photo McFadden ranch)

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