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A Season Of Everyday Roses. A Video Blog Post

comments (2) April 10th, 2013 in blogs
PFZimmerman Paul Zimmerman, contributor
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Video Length: 9:28
Produced by: Paul Zimmerman Roses


Last year my garden got away from me. I was writing my book Everyday Roses, I broke my finger over the winter and time just seemed to slip by. Because I write about, and work with, roses people assume my garden must be a picture of perfection. Guess what? It's not!

Because I haven't been able to get into the garden much the pruning is behind, weeds are out of control and more. Rather than try to fake the way it looks I thought it'd be fun, and honest, to spend a season in my garden with you as I work to bring it back into shape. We'll do some rose gardening, look at new roses, evalaute test roses and perhaps even take some field trips. Along the way I hope you will learn some things and I know I'll learn some things from you!

Welcome to the first video blog post in a series I'm calling "A Season Of Everyday Roses"

Happy Roseing
Paul

 



posted in: rose, care, gardening, test

Comments (2)

PFZimmerman writes: I'm glad you enjoy the videos. Sorry you can't grow roses anymore but as you say, there are other gardens to enjoy them in.

Thanks! Posted: 3:31 pm on February 13th
Meelianthus writes: Paul, thank you for posting the interesting and informative 'Rose" video. I use to have a lot of roses that I loved, but evergrowing, tall fir trees have squeezed out most of my sunshine. I now have just two but do love them and really enjoy seeing them in others gardens. Posted: 1:55 pm on February 10th
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