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A new breed of landscaping roses came about with the advent of shrub roses, which offer beautiful ways to fill in borders and cover bare earth. The low-growing groundcover roses are useful for mass planting in a border or under a tree, and to mix colorfully with perennials or shrubs, line a path, cover a slope, or to be planted in hanging baskets or window boxes for a bloom-spilling display.
To reinvigorate groundcover roses each year, cut back the plants by two-thirds while they are still dormant in early spring.
Part Sun, Sun
1 to 3 feet
To 4 feet wide