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Wait Before Assuming The Cold Killed Your Rose

Wait Before Assuming The Cold Killed Your Rose

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While a rose may look dead from above the ground after a winter like the one we just had, it's too early to assume it is. This is my experience with this kind of thing.

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Polar Vortex means a hard prune is in order for some roses.

Polar Vortex means a hard prune is in order for some roses.

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Gardeners were wondering what the polar vortex was going to mean for their plants. I am just now finding out what it means for my roses and it means radical action is needed for some.

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2014 New Rose Introductions - Certified Roses

2014 New Rose Introductions - Certified Roses

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We continue to look at some new roses for 2014. This time it's Certified Roses.

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Snow Is Great For The Roses

Snow Is Great For The Roses

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With the crazy weather we've been having some might wonder if all the snow is good, or bad, for the roses. We have some thoughts on that.

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Some Nice Winter Rose Book Reads

Some Nice Winter Rose Book Reads

With most of the country frozen over I thought some nice winter rose books might be in order. I found a couple I like and want to pass them on to you.

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2014 New Rose Introductions - Chamblee Rose Nursery

2014 New Rose Introductions - Chamblee Rose Nursery

We continue our series of new rose introductions with Chamblee's Rose Nursery. Some great new roses here!

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Think about cutting out dead wood now.

Think about cutting out dead wood now.

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Normally, we don't do pruning or much cutting on roses until later winter when the forsythia bloom. This year I'm advising a different approach.

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2014 New Rose Introductions. Star Roses & Plants

2014 New Rose Introductions. Star Roses & Plants

Some great new roses from the folks who introduced The Knock Out Rose and the Drift Series!

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Thinking of a new rose bed in the spring. Start preparing the soil NOW!

Thinking of a new rose bed in the spring. Start preparing the soil NOW!

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Winter is always a time for gardeners to dream of the coming spring. Fresh growth, a chance to start again and of course, new plants. If you are thinking about putting in a new garden bed next spring start preparing the soil now.

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New Roses For 2014. David Austin Roses

New Roses For 2014. David Austin Roses

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We are going to be periodically share with you new rose introductions for 2014. First up the roses of David Austin.

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During Your First Freezes Be Concerned About The Wind

During Your First Freezes Be Concerned About The Wind

We are at the time of year many of us will be getting our first freeze. I've learned from experience to worry more about the wind speeds during them than the temperatures. Here is why and a few tips on what you can do about it.

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Unusual Behavior From Roses In The Fall

Unusual Behavior From Roses In The Fall

Are your roses behaving oddly right now. Relax, it may be more normal than you think.

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