Rose structures - canes arched, bent and stuck into the ground?
Just musing - I've always meant to ask - on occasion I've visited gardens that had some roses where the canes arched up and over and looked as though they had been stuck back in the ground. So the rose itself forms a structure, rather than being supported. I'm not sure I've explained it well but I've never seen anything like it outside of those two or three gardens. Does anyone recognise that description and if so I'd be really grateful if you could explain why it's done? I've seen it before but only noticed it when the canes are bare.