Rose Course 6: Roses for meadows and natural enviroments

Today sustainability is important for gardeners.  We talk a lot about using plants that easily fit into the  environment and nature and do not need much water and supervision. Wild species of  roses fit well into that context, there are many varieties that are really hardy and can grow in natural shrubberies, meadow or shelter plantings. Roses with beautiful, fragrant flowers and rose hips are loved by bumblebees and small birds. Roses are simply super plants for biodiversity.  Join a course about wild and tough roses.

Christina · 2022-06-06

The course consists of a video where Christina Högardh-Ihr gives an inspiring lecture about growing roses that are not so demanding on the environment and nature, that do not need as much water and supervision and that better adapt to the climate we actually have. The length of the video is 22 minutes. It also includes a summary of the contents of a PDF that you can download and save.

First, create and register an account with your personal information and then buy the course by adding it to your shopping cart and paying via bank card or Swish. You start the video by clicking on the link “Rose section 6” below. Then you can click through to the video and summary.

About Instructor


Christina Högardh-Ihr has been a rose expert and garden writer for many years. Christina has published several books, researched roses and traveled to Scandinavia, England and France to study roses. Christina has delved into the long and rich cultural history that surrounds the rose and has also worked practically with roses in gardens and at nurseries. She is very knowledgeable about all different types of roses and their areas of use and knows how to make a rose thrive. - It is easy to grow roses, says Christina, when you choose the right rose for the right place.

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Course Includes

  • 1 Lesson
  • 2 Lektioner