How much space should I leave between roses?

gwtamaraJanuary 1, 2013

Ramblers require about 10 feet between them, climbers 7 feet, large shrubs 5 feet, tree roses 4 feet, tall hybrid teas 3 feet, floribundas 2 feet and miniature roses 1 foot. As landscape or ground cover roses tend to grow wide sideways they can be spaced by personal preference.

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