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A Season Of Everyday Roses - Video Blog Post #4. Deadheading and lots of blooms!

comments (5) May 24th, 2013 in blogs
PFZimmerman Paul Zimmerman, contributor
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Video Length: 10:05
Produced by: Paul Zimmerman Roses


Welcome to our 4th in a series of video blog posts.  All season long we'll be videoing what's going on the rose garden, warts and all. In this episode we check out what roses are in bloom and we talk about and demonstrate deadheading.



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Comments (5)

PFZimmerman writes: Hi Cristina,

There is no real magic bullet for Japanese Beetles. Picking them off is a good way to go. Traps actually draw more in to the garden.

There are some cedar sprays on the market that seem to help. Just google cedar plant sprays and see what you come up with.

Treating the yard with Milky Spore works but it takes a few years to build up. Plus, if you have close neighbors they need to treat their yards as well. Posted: 1:11 pm on August 27th
portuguesemaria writes: beautiful rose gardens! Thanks for sharing! Do you deal with Japanese beatles? My Minnesota rose garden is infested with them right now and I have traps, I single pick them from the roses, i treated the yard and they don't go away... any other suggestions? thanks! Cristina Posted: 10:01 am on August 19th
Victoria_B writes: Thank you for sharing your roses, lovely! Posted: 5:54 am on July 7th
PFZimmerman writes: Thanks! Posted: 10:26 pm on May 25th
Roseman54 writes: Great video! Nice work Paul! Posted: 7:02 am on May 25th
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