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October Walk Through The Rose Garden

Join award winning rosarian Chris VanCleave aka “The Redneck Rosarian” on a quick walk through his Helena Alabama rose garden. Continue reading

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Climbing Pinkie – Polyantha Rose

Climbing Pinkie is an earth kind rose. No Spray. Easy to grow. Find out more about the Earth Kind rose program in this post. “Beautiful roses for busy people” – Dr. Steve George, Texas A & M Continue reading

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New Rose In Our Garden – ‘Signature’ Hybrid Tea

We planted “Signature” in the late fall last year and it has been slow to get started with many of its initial blossoms not very attractive. A seeming diamond in the rough, we are now beginning to see her true beauty shine…

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August Garden Walk Video

Late Summer is upon us and we are now less than 30 days from the official start of Autumn. We are still seeing some very nice blooms on our roses. This next week, I will be giving our roses a much needs … Continue reading

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First Bloom – Winchester Cathedral

I was delighted to see our first bloom of Winchester Cathedral this morning. I purchased this rose at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens Spring Plant Sale in April. It was in a two quart pot and I left it there until … Continue reading

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The Importance Of A Garden Bucket

I use quite a number of tools in the garden. Most have sharp ends and are used for pruning and deadheading blooms on our roses. One tool however, serves a very important role in our garden. It is the garden … Continue reading

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