Wichurana Ramblers will flourish without a great deal of attention if trained on a stable rose arch or obelisk, or on a wall trellis. All that needs to be done is to remove old wood after the roses have blossomed. In the rose garden of Peter Beales Roses Ltd in Attleborough, the ‘Portefino’ Roman Rose […]
You can expect magnificent blooms when the Classic Garden Elements ‘Jean Vibert’ metal trellis supports the famous ‘Super Excelsa” climbing rose.
In this picture by Friedrich Strauss, a Classic Garden Elements’ ‘Jean Vibert’ extendable trellis provides reliable support for an array of heavy blooms. This sturdy and elegant metal support allows the enchanting ‘Super Excelsa’ climbing rose to grow even higher.
There is music in the air as an ‘Amadeus’ climbing rose scales a Classic Garden Elements Victorian Rose Arch.
Like the music of Mozart, Austria’s most famous composer, the repeat-blooming ‘Amadeus’ climbing rose (Kordes, 2003) exerts its own special fascination. Blood-red, half-filled blooms growing in umbels impress the viewer even from a distance. In Sparrieshoop, in the gardens of the Kordes rose-breeder family, this ‘Amadeus’, one of the world’s most frequently photographed roses, has […]
In olden times, when wishing still did some good … it was Sleeping Beauty herself, who realised that climbing roses have a preference for east- or west-facing facades.
If your dream is a rose-covered castle to rival Sleeping Beauty’s, then plant your climbing roses on the east- or west-facing facade of your ‘castle’. And fair wishes may come true!
Old Roses ‘Rosa Mundi’, ‘Ispahan’, ‘Mme Isaac Pereire’, ‘Rosa gallica Officinalis’ and ‘La Reine Victoria’ in the magnificent ‘Quando Fioriranno le Rose’ rose garden in Assisi in Italy in a May photograph by Fabio Vetturini.
The once-flowering Rosa sempervirens-Hybrid ‘Adélaide d’Orléans’ (Jacques, 1826) growing on a trellis arch at the Rosarium Glücksburg.
In a very short time, the once-flowering Rosa sempervirens-Hybrid ‘Adélaide d’Orléans’ (Jacques, 1826) will wrap every rose arch in its soft embrace. In this image taken by Leif to Baben at the Rosarium Glücksburg, it has come into bloom on a Classic Garden Elements ‘Bagatelle’ rose arch. Famous English rosarian David Austin writes about ‘Adélaide […]
The Classic Garden Elements three-winged ‘Rose Obelisk II’ supports the bushy, upward- growing ‘Golden Gate’ rose by Kordes (2005) in the show gardens of the Rosen-Union in Steinfurth, Germany. Perhaps a good way to let this rose live up to its name would be train it on a metal rose arch, where its golden-yellow, half-full […]
Can there be any more stunning way to display the Queen of flowers than on a trellis arch? Densely woven blooms and foliage take centre stage, while their seductive fragrance erupts into the surrounding air. We are indebted to Roland Marquart from the Rosarium in Baden-Baden for this image.
Rambler roses ‘Ghislaine de Féligonde’ und ‘Perennial Blue’ seen growing together on a large Classic Garden Elements ‘Garden Obelisk I’.
Small rambler roses such as ‘Ghislaine de Féligonde‘ und ‘Perennial Blue‘, depicted here, are ideal for taller rose obelisks and rose pillars. Here they are seen growing together on the park version of the Classic Garden Elements ‘Garden Obelisk I‘.
The Gallica rose ‘Tuscany Superb’ in luxuriant bloom on a Classic Garden Elements “Giverny” Rose Umbrella.
The Gallica rose ‘Tuscany Superb’ in luxuriant bloom on a Classic Garden Elements “Giverny” Rose Umbrella. This picture was taken in a cottage garden in Bavaria. The fragrant blooms are composed of three layers of deep velvety crimson petals which encircle the delightful golden stamen tufts. A highly seductive play of gold and crimson.
Garden arbour with roses in one of the world’s most beautiful rosariums: the Roseraie du Val de Marne’ in L’Haÿ-les-Roses south of Paris. An absolute must for every rose lover.
Every year in June, the rose arches in L’Haÿ-les-Roses south of Paris are awash with blooms. Lined up in a row, the arches direct our gaze towards the stone vase at the end of the long pathway. We are grateful to Les Amis de la Roseraie du Val-de-Marne à l’Haÿ-les-roses for providing this image.
A white climbing rose, ‘Marie Curie IYC2011’ , blooming profusely on a metal rose arch by Classic Garden Elements at the Rosarium in Yokohama, Japan.
This enchanting white climbing rose, ‘Marie Curie IYC2011’ (Takashi Kawai, Japan), is growing on a Classic Garden Elements ‘Bagatelle’ Roman Rose Arch in the Yokohama English Garden 横浜イングリッシュガーデン . The canes, which are over 2 metres long and ideal for training on a garden arch, produce numerous 7 cm blooms of intense fragrance in the […]
Twice a year, ‘Crystal Fountain’ clematis delight us with its full, bright violet blooms. They appear from May to June and again from August to September. In this picture, the clematis is growing on a Classic Garden Elements wall trellis with an architectural lattice pattern. It is important to attach the trellis at a distance […]
At the Kordes show garden in Sparrieshoop, the long canes of the ‘Sweet Laguna’ climbing rose are trained spirally on a Classic Garden Elements ‘Charleston’ rose pillar obelisk.
The Classic Garden Elements ‘Obelisk II’ has become the definitive metal support frame for roses. In this picture by Friedrich Strauss the obelisk supports a ‘Kir Royal’ rose.
The ‘Giverny’ Umbrella Trellis is an exceptional metal plant support frame. The design is inspired by a frame from Claude Monte’s garden in Giverny, after which it is also named.
After only three years, the luxuriant ‘Rosarium Uetersen’ standard weeping rose (Kordes) has covered a Classic Garden Elements ‘Giverny’ umbrella trellis. As well as stabilising the rose trunk, the sturdy metal frame also allows you to train the generally upward-growing canes downwards, thus promoting numerous budded side shoots.
Classic Garden Elements’ ‘St Albans’ Garden Arbour is the perfect rendezvous for an intimate tête-à-tête. Fragrance and colour for people in love.
Wisteria floribunda – introduced into Europe from Japan around 1830 – needs a lot of light and thrives in warm conditions. Training its canes horizontally will help to ensure a more impressive profusion of blooms. Growing on this sturdy metal garden arbour, it can be kept under control as it spreads. It should be cut […]
At the Rose Garden at l’Haÿ-les-Roses, near Paris, the art of cutting, training and tying the metre-long canes of numerous ‘Alexandre Girault’ rambler roses (Barbier,1908) has a long tradition. We are grateful to the Friends of the Rosarium (Les Amis de la Roseraie du Val-de-Marne à l’Haÿ-les-roses) for supplying the photograph.
A pathway lined with a colourful array of pillar-supported climbing roses (from right to left): ‘Laguna’, ‘Mamma Mia’, ‘Eden Rose 85’, and ‘Constance Spry’. In this garden courtyard in the Taunus area near Frankfurt, the roses bloom simultaneously from the base of the obelisk to the top. The secret is to train them to grow […]
There is no reason why a narrow path around a house should be dull. With the right climbing plants, even the supposedly unfavourable north side can be brought to life. In this picture, Clematis viticella ‘Venosa Violacea has grown to form a soaring tower of blooms. The Classic Garden Elements ‘Bagatelle’ half-arch trellis provides the […]
A lovers’ teak bench in a large Classic Garden Elements Victorian Rose Arbour which is covered with ‘Laguna’ climbing roses. The photo was taken at the Arboretum Ellerhoop near Hamburg. Three years after planting, the roses now cover the greater part of this sturdy metal frame.
A small trompe-l’oeil wall trellis by Classic Garden Elements covered with blooming mandevilla, also known as dipladenia. A sun-loving climber, it stands out with its stunning array of flowers. The species, which originally comes from South America, is available in over 100 varieties. As a potted plant on a balcony or patio, it will immediately […]
Rosa helenae ‘Goldfinch’ on Umbrella Trellises lining the a Pathway at Schafhof Estate near Frankfurt
Before you plant weeping standard roses, it is worth thinking about how best to support them. Although metal frames may be in a higher price range, they are by far the most effective way of preventing thicker canes from breaking during the next summer storm. The picture shows a private garden near Frankfurt where Classic […]
Two Classic Garden Elements made-to-measure ‘Beekman’ Free-Standing Trellises completely covered by climbing roses by Meiland: the stunning ‘Palais Royal’ (left) and ‘Pierre de Ronsard’ or ‘Eden Rose’ (right). Both varieties thrive at lofty heights in the garden of rose book author Kasimir Magyar at Rüschlikon on Lake Zurich. Simply splendid.
Classic Garden Elements Thank you so much for the lovely centre piece, obelisks, arbour and arches that feature on our exhibit at this years Chelsea Flower Show! Exceptional quality as always and the roses and structures together make the perfect combination!
It was a great honour to welcome Her Majesty The Queen onto our stand yesterday at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show. Photo credit: Peter Gooch
The stunning ‘Laguna’ climbing rose by Kordes Rosen (1995) on a Classic Garden Elements round ‘Garden Obelisk I’ at the town hall garden in Worms. The large blooms appear in thick clusters in intense magenta pink. Containing up to 55 petals, the bud is round and thick, and opens up as a shallow cup with […]
Grosse Ehre für Peter Beales Roses Ltd aus Attleborough im 50. Jubiläumsjahr der Rosen-Gärtnerei. Königin Elisabeth II. besuchte gestern der Stand unseres englischen Partners auf der Chelsea Flower Show.
THE CHELSEA FLOWER SHOW 2018 THE BUILT UP OF THE STAND OF OUR UK PARTNER BEALES ROSES With our new Pavilion made exclusively for Chelsea 2018 Day 5 – May 19th, 2018 Day5 of build-up week at Chelsea and the stand is really starting to come together now!
‘Warszawska Nike’ clematis wraps itself around a Classic Garden Elements ‘Burlington’ Garden trellis. The stable anchor ensures that this robust 2-metre-high steel plant support stands free in the garden without needing to be set in concrete.
THE CHELSEA FLOWER SHOW 2018 THE BUILT UP OF THE STAND OF OUR UK PARTNER BEALES ROSES With our new Pavilion made exclusively for Chelsea 2018 Day 4 – May 18th, 2018 Day 4 at Chelsea and another very busy day! The stand is really starting to take shape now, but there’s still a lot […]
THE CHELSEA FLOWER SHOW 2018 THE BUILT UP OF THE STAND OF OUR UK PARTNER BEALES ROSES With our new Pavilion made exclusively for Chelsea 2018 Day 3 – May 17th, 2018 Day 3 of creating our exhibit at this year’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show and many more roses have arrived and are starting to […]
THE CHELSEA FLOWER SHOW 2018 THE BUILT UP OF THE STAND OF OUR UK PARTNER BEALES ROSES With our new Pavilion made exclusively for Chelsea 2018 Day 2 – May 16th, 2018 Day 2 of building our exhibit at this year’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show has gone well and some of the roses have […]
THE CHELSEA FLOWER SHOW 2018 THE BUILT UP OF THE STAND OF OUR UK PARTNER BEALES ROSES With our new Pavilion made exclusively for Chelsea 2018 Day 1 – May 15th, 2018 The first build up day in Chelsea, London. The stand of Peter Beales Roses Ltd at the Chelsea Flower Show 2018 this year […]
The ‘Rosendorf Steinfurth’ ramblers’ beautifully clustered pink blooms give off a light fragrance and, as they blossom, change colour to tender pink or even white. The plant has flexible shoots with very few thorns. Flowering several times a year, it grows well on arches and obelisks. In this picture, taken at the RosenPark Dräger, the […]
‘Charleston’ Garden Obelisks by Classic Garden Elements with the ‘Aloha’ climbing rose and Hidcote Blue English lavender on the banks of the Rhine in Worms. The distinctive ‘Charleston’ Garden Obelisk by Classic Garden Elements’ planted with the Kordes Climbing Rose ‘Aloha’ (2003). This romantic rosette-shaped flat rose stands out with its densely packed petals and […]
Classic Garden Elements’ Malmaison Pyramid Trellis with the magnificent Kordes Climbing Rose Florentina two years after it was planted at the breeder’s show garden in Sparrieshoop.
In Claude Monet’s Garden at Giverny, the long shoots of the grafted ‘Paul Noel’ hybrid wichurana (Tanne, 1910) hang romantically over an umbrella-like frame of iron. Beneath the frame, shimmering purple-petalled common honesty (Lunaria annua), blue irises and contrasting white Shasta daisies (Leucanthemum) complete the picture.