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Shade-loving Roses

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Enjoying the charm of roses is not reserved for very sunny gardens, even if these plants need a minimum of light to bloom. Some varieties like the lianas 'Blush Noisette' and 'Madame Alfred Carrière', ancient roses 'Cuisse de Nymphe' and 'Jacques Cartier', or those that are satisfied with a semi-shaded exposure or a few hours of sunlight in the morning or evening. There are roses for open ground or for cultivation in large pots on the terrace or balcony. Roses derived from Rosa sempervirens ('Felicité et Perpetue', 'Little White Pet') are naturally more shade-tolerant due to the forest origin of their ancestor. Several varieties of climbing or rambling roses are also very tolerant, for example 'Rambling Rector' or 'New Dawn', as their long stems climb up into trees to seek light. Among the bushes, one of the best is the ancient rose ''Stanwell Perpetual' which blooms all summer almost everywhere, even in fairly dry soil, in semi-shade and even in shade. Note here that in southern regions where the sun is strong, the range of roses that thrive in semi-shade is much wider than in cool and rainy climates. Ancient or modern roses, shrub roses, climbing or rambling roses: here is our selection.

 

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