Archive for the 'Special Rose Gardening' Category

Roses Instead of A Lawn

Monday, February 2nd, 2009

When you are tired of mowing your lawn its time to consider planting roses as groundcover.

Revive Wilting Roses

Saturday, September 9th, 2006

There is also the problem of wilting and drooping roses once they are placed in vases when they are given as gifts. Roses look so beautiful in any room that they sit in. They add an elegance that is unsurpassed by any other flower.

Growing Organic Roses

Wednesday, May 31st, 2006

Many people are now getting into growing all things organic. Farmers are doing it with produce and meats, so it is natural that you might want to grow your roses that way also. Many people have problems using the pesticides and insecticides that go along with growing roses and keeping them healthy. Well now you can use more natural methods of growing your roses. This section will show you how in a step by step method.

Organic Roses in the Flower Garden Part 1

Tuesday, January 10th, 2006

By Sandra Dinkins-Wilson Many people believe growing their flowers and vegetables organically is healthier for them and their environment. It is natural that you may wish to grow your roses this way also. Using the pesticides and insecticides that are usually considered to go along with growing roses and keeping them healthy can cause many […]

Planting Roses in Pots

Friday, November 4th, 2005

In years past, serious rosarians would never consider having a potted rose on their property unless it was just waiting for its home to be prepared in the garden.

Times have changed and potted roses now have a place in the lives of condo and apartment dwellers, city slickers who don’t live within sight of a tree, and anyone who has an empty space on their terrace or patio in need of the beauty that only a rose can bring.

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