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Regional Picks: Plant This With That—Southern Plains

Fine Gardening - Issue 152

Plant this . . .


White Out rose

Name: Rosa ‘Radwhite’

USDA Hardiness Zones: 5–9

Size: 3 to 4 feet tall and wide

Conditions: Full sun to partial shade; well-drained soil

When the thermometer hits 100°F almost every afternoon, the rain gauge starts collecting more dust than rain, and I threaten to throw in the watering can until fall, I seek relief in a partly shaded garden room planted in shades of green and white. The centerpiece is White Out rose. My favorite of the easy-care varieties, White Out has much to offer: dark green foliage that contrasts with clusters of saucer-shaped blooms; a subtle, fresh citrus fragrance; a graceful, mounding habit; heat and drought tolerance; disease resistance; and an irrepressible urge to bloom.


. . . with that:


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