Colorful Mountainside

Linda Ragland creates a colorful garden at her mountainside home.

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(Rosa 'Freedom')

The plant: Hybridized by octogenarian Jerry Twomey, this free flowering rose grows to five feet tall. The ever blooming red roses are followed by bright orange hips. Hardy in USDA Zones 4-9, but provides protection where winter temperatures fall below 5 degrees F.
How to use it: If you want a colorful hedge, plant the bushes three feet apart on center.
Cultivation: Plant in full sun in fertile, well-drained soil. Protection

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