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Rainbow's End spacing

Posted by nicholas.delo (My Page) on
Mon, Dec 30, 13 at 14:05

Can anyone tell me what the spacing for Rainbow's end should be?

I trying to determine how many to buy to fill a specific portion of my garden, but I find conflicting information on the web.

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RE: Rainbow's End spacing

It totally depends where you live and what kind of effect you want. When I lived in Central Fl. I had a bed of 5 of them. one in the middle and the others spread 12" from the center. North/south/east/west. Made a great display in 3 yrs. Looked like one huge bush. Up here in N.GA. I could probably do the same thing. We have very little die back on most of the roses.

RE: Rainbow's End spacing

Thanks for the info.

So just for clarification, when you say 12" from the center, you mean the total spread for an individual plant was 24"? Or was 12" the spread from the center of the grouping as a whole.

This post was edited by nicholas.delo on Thu, Jan 2, 14 at 23:09

RE: Rainbow's End spacing

In a bed 10' long by 6 foot deep I have about 30 minis. Roses seem to like being crowded. I've seen this proven time and time again! I crowd my plants.

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