Category Archives: Pope John Paul II

October In The Rose Garden

The end of the rose growing season is upon us and here are a few rose care tips for October:   What’s bloom in in your garden this week? Here are a few of my blooms:         … Continue reading

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Brrrrrr – My Roses Are Cold!

Winter is on it’s way! Cool temps signal the final roses of the year. Chris VanCleave shares a few of the final blooms from his Alabama rose garden. Continue reading

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November In The Rose Garden – Fall Rose Care Tips

In his latest blog post, rose gardening expert Chris VanCleave shares a few tips for fall rose care. Continue reading

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Friday Flowers – Hybrid Teas

Hybrid Tea roses are beginning to bloom in central Alabama. Check out rose gardening expert Chris VanCleave’s blooms. Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday – Fall Blooms

Beautiful fall blooms from our Alabama rose garden Continue reading

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Red and White Roses

Red and white roses make a beautiful bouquet from the garden Continue reading

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A Vision In White – White Roses

The mild weather in August has afforded our roses an opportunity to shine. Especially our white roses. White roses are often overlooked as a color choice in the garden and should be reconsidered because they will make your garden glow … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Blooms

Rose expert Chris VanCleave shares a few remaining blooms from his rose garden. Notice the depth and vibrancy of color that is so often the case with autumn blooms. Continue reading

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A Gathering Of Roses

We are seeing so many beautiful blooms in the garden. I have been gathering at least a dozen a day for the past week. They are now at a peak. I will give my repeat blooming roses a much needed … Continue reading

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Garden Bloggers Bloom Day – August 2012

  The recent rainfall has brought out hybrid tea roses out in a big way. I have cut approximately three dozen blooms in the last ten days and there are more buds left to open. Here’s a sample of what’s … Continue reading

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