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Flowers short lived think perhaps plants on the right side maybe best

So for those who with this question, here is a selection of perennials low enough to put below your roses, and tall enough to grow between or behind.

Like plants on right

So for those who with this question, here is a selection of perennials low enough to put below your roses, and tall enough to grow between or behind.

So for those who with this question, here is a selection of perennials low enough to put below your roses, and tall enough to grow between or behind.

So for those who with this question, here is a selection of perennials low enough to put below your roses, and tall enough to grow between or behind.

Like other plants seen on right side as well

So for those who with this question, here is a selection of perennials low enough to put below your roses, and tall enough to grow between or behind.

So for those who with this question, here is a selection of perennials low enough to put below your roses, and tall enough to grow between or behind.

Like plants on right as well

So for those who with this question, here is a selection of perennials low enough to put below your roses, and tall enough to grow between or behind.

Like geranium at bottom right too

So for those who with this question, here is a selection of perennials low enough to put below your roses, and tall enough to grow between or behind.

Perennial. Zone 2.  Asteraceae. Europe, "from the Ardennes in Belgium south to the Pyrenees in Spain and east to Poland and Yugoslavia, growing in subalpine meadows and open woods, flowering in May...

Europe, "from the Ardennes in Belgium south to the Pyrenees in Spain and east to Poland and Yugoslavia, growing in subalpine meadows and open woods, flowering in May.

Polkagrisros, Rosa 'Rosa Mundi'

Polkagrisros, Rosa 'Rosa Mundi'

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Plants with chartreuse foliage make a big bang on their own: http://www.bhg.com/gardening/flowers/perennials/spring-planting-partners/?socsrc=bhgpin040814variegatedfoliage&page=2

Spring Planting Partners

Employ Variegated Foliage-Plants with chartreuse foliage make a big bang on their own -- but become an absolute work of art when paired with purple or blue, as seen with this variegated boxwood and allium flowers-gardens-etc

Aspidistra elatior 'Cast Iron Plant'. Someone once told me this plant would grow in a closet!  Needs shade, spreads into thick clumps, drought tolerant. Also makes a nice house plant for low light situations.

Aspidistra elatior 'Cast Iron Plant' - evergreen, drought tolerant, full shade to part shade, cold hardy to zone great for any soil and does well in containers

Miscanthus Nepalensis

Miscanthus Nepalensis

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