There are 100+ different types of roses in the world, even though all types of roses are beautiful some roses beat others in coloration, petals and foliage. With their elegance and beauty, a single rose or an entire bouquet is perfect for expressing your feelings to the person you love. However, not all roses are created equal and some types of roses are more visually attractive than others. If you are thinking about using roses for an upcoming occasion or just to plant in your garden, here are the Most Beautiful Roses For Your Garden that you may want to consider for their exquisite beauty.
Most Beautiful Roses For Your Garden
With the large buttery-yellow flowers, the Michelangelo rose has an excellent, old-fashioned look. Under normal conditions, its flowers open 5 inches across. In each bloom also has 40-45 petals. The Michelangelo rose also renowned for its intense lemony fragrance. It is a good choice for making bouquets.
To plant the Michelangelo rose, choose a location where it gets partial sun. The plant grows up to 4 feet. Make sure it gets moderate watering. The beautiful, buttery-yellow blooms will appear from mid-spring to fall.
The Gold Medal Rose
Brilliant and bold, this rose features dazzling petals that are large and dark gold in color. Each bloom consists of about 30 petals and mild temperatures really bring out the rich color. It’s a great garden rose simply because its strong fragrance brings a fruity scent anywhere it grows.
This is also a thornless plant that is very upright and bushy, it requires full exposure to the sun and blooms from Spring through Summer with the buds dying off a bit sooner than other roses that typically grow through the fall.
The Black Baccara Rose
This big and beautiful bloom comes in a deep, sophisticated, and mysterious velvety black. The blooms open up about 4 inches from edge to edge with around 45 petals bringing out the romantic side of this display. It also blooms from spring through fall, like most varieties of roses, and it’s relatively easy to grow given that it’s placed in well-draining soil.
‘Falstaff’ (Rosa ‘Falstaff’)
Falstaff’ is a David Austin English shrub rose featuring large 4- to 5-inch dark crimson-red flowers that bloom continually. It is regarded as one of David Austin’s best offerings. It has the typical strong fragrance of an English shrub rose, and a good rebloom cycle.
The Victor Hugo rose is among the most beautiful red roses in the world. It produces large blooms of dark red with 25-30 petals. The Strong fragrance is another great feature of this rose. Thus, the Victor Hugo rose is a good choice for making bouquets and vases. The Victor Hugo rose plants will grow up to a height of 1 meter. It needs full Sun exposure. Pruning is a must for this rose plant in winter and spring. The blooming of Victor Hugo rose will start in the spring and it repeats until the fall.
English roses like the ‘Abraham Darby’ variety shown here are revered for their large blooms packed with petals and old-world fragrance. Many of the most beloved English roses (Rosa) come from the David Austin breeding program, where roses undergo an eight-year trial program to identify the most outstanding garden varieties. Grow these zone 5-9 plants in full sun in rich loam, and fertilize once in spring and once in summer.
Despite what the name may imply, climbing roses aren’t vines. They have stiff canes that can be trained along a trellis, fence, or downspout. These types of roses produce more flowers when grown horizontally and tend to have large flowers that almost always rebloom.
It is an exceptionally fragrant hybrid tea rose with beautiful pink petals. According to the experts, one bloom to perfume an entire room. Undoubtedly, everyone will love such a strong old rose fragrance from a memorial day bloom. It is an easy to grow rose. The large, fully double blooms will have more than 50 pink petals.
With the ‘Gentle Hermione’ rose, you get more of everything you want in a rose: more fragrance than most (even among English roses), more petals at 90 per blossom, and more disease resistance than many roses, even in rainy areas. This rose is named for the wife of King Leontes in the Shakespeare tragedy The Winter’s Tale.