Roses definitely have a role to play your garden ecosystem.
Their pollen and nectar attract all kinds of pollinators.
The bees can certainly use our help.
Discover all our bee-friendly roses
What is a bee-friendly rose to us?
It is a good start if the sunny yellow heart of the flower is easily accessible to the bee. But this is not enough!
The flower must really produce a lot of pollen and nectar to be useful to pollinating insects. The smell is an indicator of this, but we want proof!
So we observe the plants in our spacious rose garden and note which plants are most inspired.
A cheerful, robust shrub (moschata hybrid) with thousands of sweet-smelling flowers.
This rose is a delicacy for pollinators, a shelter for small animals and in winter the birds feast on the rose hips.
Plant it and give the biodiversity of your garden a big boost!
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