These diverse plantings will deliver long-lasting, disease-resistant blooms requiring minimal care. Opt for sprawling groundcover, large upright growers for hedges, or smaller upright growers for pots and container gardens. Available in countless color variations, one of these low-maintenance varieties will fit right in your landscape.
Caring for Your Shrub Roses
You're not completely off the hook: these are low-maintenance blooms—not no-maintenance blooms! They'll thrive with routine watering (twice a week), some fertilizing (once a month), and a bit of pruning. Larger varieties may require additional training and pruning, depending on how much space you have in your garden and your landscape design. Make time for pruning wilted flowers to ensure ongoing blooms throughout the season.