Yellow roses - Knowledgebase Question

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Question by dlb2558
April 4, 2007
I have limited space and love yellow roses especially. Is it possible to grow full size Yellow roses in a container or limited space?

If so what kind would you recommend?

Answer from NGA
April 4, 2007
Here are some yellow roses you might consider: Carefree Sunshine (about three feet tall and wide), April Moon (about three feet tall and wide, one of the hardy Buck roses) and Golden Beauty (a miniature rose on a small plant about a foot tall.) You could grow the larger ones in a half barrel sized planter, and the last would do well in a small space or in a large container. The larger the container, the better they will withstand the winter as a container plant. Enjoy your yellow roses!

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