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Title: Choosing Garden Plants


1
Choosing Garden Plants
  • By Jeanne Pfeifer

2
Different types of plants
  • Roses
  • Annuals
  • Perennials
  • Biennials

3
Types of Roses
  • Floribunda
  • Hybrid Tea
  • Grandiflora
  • Climber
  • Shrub (English)
  • Tree Roses

4
Floribunda
  • Clusters of flowers
  • 3-15 flowers in each cluster
  • Most colorful of different types of roses
  • Height about 4 feet

5
Hybrid Tea
  • Upright
  • One flower per stem
  • Flower has a high center point
  • Many are fragrant

6
Grandiflora
  • Cross between floribunda and hybrid
  • Grows up to 6 feet
  • Flowers are like hybrid tea cluster

7
Tree Roses
  • Hardy root stock
  • Long stem grafted onto long stem
  • Rose bush grafted onto long stem
  • Needs winter protection

8
Shrubs
  • Small, spreading
  • English Roses
  • May be used as ground cover

9
Annuals
  • Flower quickly
  • Last for one season
  • Long season of flowering
  • Usually sun loving
  • Need water
  • Plant after frost is past

10
Some types of annuals
11
Some Helpful websites for annuals
12
Perennials
  • Flower plants
  • Bloom year after year
  • May be tubers, bulbs or roots
  • Good resource to search for the right plant
    http//www.perennials.com/
  • Color,
  • sun exposure,
  • attributes,
  • time of bloom
  • care

13
Biennials
  • Biennials  complete their life cycle in two
    years,
  • building strong plants the first year and
  • then blooming the second year.
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