New Release roses for 2017

New Release 2017 Roses for winter in Australia #aboutthegardenma
2017 new release roses from Treloar Roses are bigger and better then ever. Here are our pick to plant this winter. 

‘Summer Romance’


A beautiful variety with intensely scented flowers of fresh apple. It has a bushy habit, upright and even growth with very disease tolerant foliage. Approx. 80cm H.

‘Garden Friend’


Truly a gardener’s friend. An eye-catching stable colour of intense pink on a robust bush makes this one great for open gardens. Vigorous growing plant with dark leaves and good size flowers. Approx. 70cm H.



A porcelain like quality. Large high centred double blooms in an enchanting cream/white colour with a slight pink edge. Mild fragrance. Approx. 120cm H.

‘Earth Angel’


Not only is the perfume exquisite, this variety has scored extremely well for tolerance to blackspot and mildew. Very busy, vigorous growth with small to medium size, pompom flower balls. Approx. 70cm H.

New Release 2017 Roses for winter in Australia #aboutthegardenma

‘Elysium Fields’


Freely producing orange/pink flowers on an extremely healthy shrub. The narrow petals make it suitable for humid climates. Good disease resistance. Approx. 150cm H. 


Winter rose planting

Gardens just would not be complete without the magnificent scented rose flowers and winter is the best time to plant roses for great spring growth.

POSITION FOR ROSES – Roses love a full sun position and like room around them so they don’t become overcrowded.

SOIL PREP – Now the real trick for roses is in the soil preparation. Roses love a rich organic soil, full of fertiliser. For best results dig a hole and fill with Searles Fruit, Citrus & Rose Mix. Plant your roses straight into this planting mix. This mix will fertilise plants for 4 months. Ideal for roses in pots too.

FERTILISING ROSES – For future fertilising use a liquid fertiliser which promotes strong growth and helps protect roses from fungal diseases. SeaMax Fish & Kelp does both.

Winter planting care products in Australia #aboutthegardenmagazi

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