You ever plant something and wonder if you should be planting it, here? In the corner of the back yard garden, I have big daddy hydrangeas, crepe myrtles, mums, azaleas, and variety of other plants. My mother gave me cashmere bouquets which I started planting in the gaps of the six big daddy hydras I planted. Cashmere looks like pink hydrangeas but is very, very invasive. As I planted, I wondered if it was a good idea to plant these near the roses because after a while there could, very well, be a war for the nutrients and space between the plants.
This area does not have roses planted in it but the rest of the area does.
Pittosporum, Clereya, Sweet Olive, Camellia, mums, crepe myrtle, big daddy hyrdas and coleus will be it's immediate neighbors.
Neighboring bed had pink roses, but also Oleander and heavenly bamboo...which I think is also invasive
This is the general rose garden area with roughly 80 roses planted
|Most of the rose beds are far away, but these guys can move fast|
Well, we will see how this pans out and if there will be a "war" with the plants...hopefully, not too bad. I will address it, if it becomes a problem...famous last words....
I don't think we are out of fear of frost but I am slowly migrating things out of the greenhouse.