What type of rose is a Blue Moon?
I'm looking to buy a rose but I'm getting very confused about the different types. I'd like a groundcover/bushy rose, as opposed to one that looks more like a tree (a long stem and then a round ball of roses at the top). Is that just to do with the way you prune it? I've spotted a rose I like the look of that's described as 'Blue Moon hydrid tea (bush)'. So could I prune that to stay quite low to the ground?