RoseChat on BlogTalkRadio


Something exciting I have wanted to share with the readers of this blog is the creation of RoseChat radio program on BlogTalkRadio. It’s the only show on the radio dedicated to growing roses. It is a work in progress and we are having a great time chatting with rose gardeners from all over the U.S.A. With the rose industry as a whole in a flux and interest in horticultural societies on the decline, I thought I would jump in and do my part to try to revive the industry to its former bloom.

Am I a professional radio announcer? NO. Do I love to talk about roses? YES! At some point I had to balance the two and so I just went for it!

If you get a minute, you can listen to archived episodes of RoseChat Radio by clicking on the link. If you have an idea for an episode or questions you’d like answered on the air, just drop me a line or comment on this post….

The kind folks at Haven Brand Soil Conditioners have been kind enough to sponsor our show. www.ManureTea.com 

Help us spread the word about the show by visiting the RoseChat Radio page on BlogTalkRadio and share with your friends….

We are still working out the kinks and should be able to announce a regular schedule of shows in the near future…. Stay Tuned….

About these ads

About Redneck Rosarian

For Chris VanCleave aka "The Redneck Rosarian", growing roses has become a passion. An American Rose Society Accredited Consulting Rosarian, Chris is an active member of the Birmingham Rose Society and most recently served two terms as President. He is a member of the American Rose Society serving on the Marketing and Membership committees. His writing appears at About.com, on his popular blog, RedneckRosarian.com where he chronicles his gardening adventures and explores an intrinsic mix of life, faith and gardening. Creator and host of Rose Chat Radio, the only broadcast dedicated to growing roses, Chris is a tireless advocate of our national floral emblem; the rose. He and his wife tend a rose garden of over 150 roses just south of Birmingham, Alabama.
This entry was posted in #roses, Alabama, Announcements and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

3 Responses to RoseChat on BlogTalkRadio

  1. Thank you so much for visiting my photo blog! As a rose gardener you must have been dismayed at my photos, but my blog does say I am a beginning photographer! :lol: I hope you were able to find at least some beauty there! Most of the photos were taken along the “Rose Walk” at Lake Junaluska, NC. Starting in mid-summer it is one of the loveliest places to visit, and I invite you to come up to the mountains and visit! I believe you will be delighted. The landscapers and gardeners at the Lake are extraordinary artists in their work, and I know you would find it a pleasing walk to take.

    I have a question! Last year we planted a climbing rose to grow over the pergola/arbor of our front porch. It took off beautifully and grew far beyond what we ever expected, but with one small problem: no roses on it! We believe we over-fertilized it, so we gave it our apologies, and waited until this spring for the blossoms that were sure to come. Sure enough, as spring began – very early (for that take TOO early!) We had no real winter here in the mountains. Odd weather!) Anyway, the bush had, literally hundreds of buds on it and we were so excited! Before the buds opened, we were hit with an extremely hard freeze, and all the buds were frozen and died. (BTW, we “dead-headed” as many of the buds as we could find and/or reach. If you would like a photo, please let me know and I will send you one.) Tell me, as a rose gardener, will it bloom again – or at least try? We have seen no buds in several weeks, and we expected to see some by now. Poor thing! It seems destined not to bloom. We have added some “blooming” fertilizer as a boost, but really don’t know what to do.

    Interestingly enough, we have a tea rose that we put outside two years ago after having it indoors in the pot it came in – a gift from my husband. It has bloomed beautifully every year, and even after the freeze has continued to put our beautiful blossoms.

    Any advice you can offer would be so appreciated, and I thank you again for visiting my photography site. I also have a writer’s site at http://paulatohlinecalhoun1951.wordpress.com called “Reflections From a Cloudy Mirror.” You are welcome any time, and I shall visit here frequently!

    Paula

    Like this

  2. Sassy Judi says:

    I will have to tune in. Thanks for the info!

    Like this

  3. Thanks for visiting my brand new blog on gardening. I am without a doubt the laziest gardener there is. However, I am unbelievably blessed as each year it turns out more beautiful than the last. The majority of my time is spent writing about children (and training churches to enhance their ministry to children) – church raised children at http://www.kidtrek-sundayplus.org and at-risk kids at http://www.kidtrekasp.wordpress.org

    Like this

I Appreciate Your Comments

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s