We love growing roses, they are the worlds most popular flower.
We all enjoy their subtle colors and soft petals. We love their fragrance and we love to receive them as a gift...especially a romantic one!
[HELP: Does anyone know the name of the piece of music that plays in the video of the rose opening? ...............................> ]
The reality is, that this stunning flower we love, not only brings such pleasure to all of us, but is also an amazing source of by-products waiting to be enjoyed.
Roses are a 'store' full of craft materials, a 'florist' full of display and centerpiece possibilities ...(and you may want to check this florist out...416-florist.com), a 'health store' of valuable health products and a photographers dream!
Whether it's starting a new rose garden, or improving on the one you have already.
Starting as a beginner or as an advanced 'Rosarian'.
We can answer all your questions...make you proud...help you become a "Master Rosarian" growing roses, now isn't that a grand title!
We Can Help With Every Aspect of Growing Your Own Roses Successfully.
Choosing the right plant, planting, feeding, spraying, pruning, photographing, cutting and even making arrangements!
We have a month by month planner, a what "to-do" list, and even a section for the beginner. We have the help you need...it's just a matter of finding it. [...and I didn't even mention the FREE books!]
Rosehips are starting to appear...plumping up and turning red...it must be fall again. Some of my roses bloom right up until Christmas but some I stop dead-heading in September to allow the Rose Hips to develop, ready for the Christmas seasonal wreath I build and hang on my front door.
And yes, our favorite flower has been around to please us for a long time...over 30 million years!
It is said that the famous Chinese philosopher, Confucius, describes a rose garden in China as long ago as 551 B.C., and today, with over 150 species, countless hybrids and many others yet to be discovered, it's no wonder they play such an important part in our lives.
They have a very long, and colorful history, now you can learn from History...what rose growers have studied for so long.
We have the advice, the tips, the secrets and the information for you to become the "expert" you deserve to be.
And think of the fun you will have...as well as having armfuls of blooms and bragging rights to the "Best on the Block"!
...and why not try some Petal Jelly
or Hip Tea
while you sit back and enjoy your garden.Take some photographs
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Here's how we can help, with detailed information on growing roses:
Which Roses to Choose
How to plant your roses
How to Fertilize your roses
How to prune your roses
How to cut them for display
Your yearly "to do" list by month
A primer on Tea Roses, Miniatures, Bush Roses and many more
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Quick and easy Smoothie recipes you can make from scratch, plus coffee recipes, juicing, teas and lots more.
And this could be interesting: With over 15,000 varieties of orchids it would seem impossible for a novice gardener to decide where to start. There are, however, three orchids that require a minimum of orchid care which are recommended for the beginner. These include the Cattleya, the Cymbidium, and the Dendrobrium. The Cattleya, named after William Cattley was first grown in the UK in 1815 and arrived in the U.S. in the early Twentieth Century. The Cymbidiu
"Your music and the
video of a rose opening,
not only made tears
come to my eyes, but
made my day.
...Barb in Alabama...
"Love your site. As an
artist and a person whose
favorite flowers are Roses
& Tulips, it has captured my
Imagination. I could see
myself sitting in your
garden just painting away.
It's breath taking.
Kindest Regards, Rachel
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