Bush roses are well branched thus creating a mass of flowers throughout the summer (June-October). Our range of bush roses includes the full range of flower colour and flower forms of roses. They are ideal for beds and borders and are frequently found also in communal gardens. Mixed planting of bush roses with herbaceous plants, especially groundcover plants, produce a very attractive display. Taller varieties are best planted at the back of the border. Most varieties reach a height of 50-80 cm, a few are taller. Planting in groups of at least three bush roses, spaced 30-40 cm (6-10 plants per qm) depending on plant vigour is ideal.