Whether you’re a professional floral designer looking to add some unique options to special rose bouquets or just a home gardener who loves to bring a garden-fresh rose bouquet to grace your living room table, growing some of the 13 Best Partner Flowers for pairing is a true joy. Standing in front of them, you will fall in love with their beauty immediately. Spending your time opening their secrets with us!
Taking them a look, you will see that they are so beautiful, right? Each has its own beauty that easily attracts any looks and stones any heart. Simply cut from the plant and put them on vases with some water, these flowers promise to keep blending with fresh roses to make your living space more outstanding. They are also can easily grow them in pots or garden beds to make your house more attractive than ever. Read on to know more about them and don’t forget to choose some to grow in the garden if you love them.
#1 Munstead’ Lavender
Munstead’ Lavender grows well in zones from 5 to 9. Although it is one of the hardiest lavenders, it is a classic rose partner, blending artfully with pink or yellow roses.
#2 Peach-Leaved Bellflower
Peach-Leaved Bellflower does well in planting zones from 3 to 7. It is a hardy plant that shoots ups blue or white blooms in early to midsummer.
#3 Daisy May’ Shasta Daisy
Daisy May’ Shasta Daisy grows hardy in planting zones from 5 to 9
and brings a great look with any color rose.
#4 Presto’ Tickseed
Presto’ Tickseed is hardy in zones 4 to 9 and features 2-inch-wide blooms making terrific additions to rose bouquets.
#5 Russian Sage
Russian Sage is hardy in zones 4 to 9 and displays a cloud of purple in the garden when it flowers from late summer to fall. The flowers form a gorgeous backdrop for red, pink, orange, or gold roses.
#6 Jacob Cline’ Bee Balm
Jacob Cline’ Bee Balm is a hardy plant and does well in zones 4 to 9. It offers stunning red petals that attract many pollinators like bumblebees, butterflies, hummingbirds. The flowers provide a lovely textural contrast to round rose blooms, especially yellow or white ones.
#7 Black-eyed Susan
Black-eyed Susan is hardy in zones 3 to 10 and opens cheery blooms that look good with roses in the garden or a vase.
#8 Sunny Border Blue’ Speedwell
Sunny Border Blue’ Speedwell is a hardy perennial that shows off blossom spikes contrasting strikingly with the round flower form of roses. It looks gorgeous when planted with roses in shades of pink, red or yellow.
#9 Oxeye Daisy
#10 Butterfly Blue’ Pincushion Flower
Oxeye Daisy is hardy in planting zones 3 to 9 and unfurls gold blooms with orange-gold centers that form a sizzling garden duet with pink or mauve roses. Its flowers are wonderful cut flowers, which combine beautifully with roses in a vase.
#11 Brunnera ‘Jack Frost’
Brunnera ‘Jack Frost’ is a hardy plant and grows happily in zones 3 to 8. It unfurls light blue flowers that appear above leaves in spring, fading before roses typically burst into heavy bloom. However, its silver heart-shaped leaves with green veins add sparkle to a rose planting all season long.
#12 Wild Spotted Geranium
Wild Spotted Geranium is a hardy plant and brings a flounce of color around the base of the shrub, tea, or climbing roses. In fall, its leaves turn pretty hues of red and orange.
#13 Arizona Red Shades’ Blanket Flower
Arizona Red Shades’ Blanket Flower is a hardy plant and grows well in zones 3 to 10. It blooms beautiful flowers that attract butterflies. Its flowers look great when blended in rose bouquets.