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Celebrity Rose Gardener Chris VanCleave aka The Redneck Rosarian previews the fabulous new collection of roses from Weeks Roses, named in honor of the internationally acclaimed series, Downton Abbey Continue reading
Celebrity Rose Gardener Chris VanCleave aka The Redneck Rosarian shares his Rose Resolutions for 2016 Continue reading
Celebrity Rose Gardener Chris VanCleave aka “The Redneck Rosarian” has published his annual list of gift ideas for gardeners. Continue reading
The first frost of the season arrived this morning and brought with it an eerie silence in the garden. It’s always a little sad to see the end of the bloom season arrive, yet a period of dormancy is a … Continue reading
It’s November and the final blooms of the season are singing their swan song in our Alabama rose garden. If you haven’t had a tetanus shot in the last ten years, now is a great time to get one … Continue reading
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
Rose enthusiasts from around the world are gathering in Syracuse New York this weekend for the 2015 American Rose Society Fall Nationals. Continue reading
Rose Gardening Expert Chris VanCleave reveals the first bloom in his garden for 2015 and shares changes that are underway in his garden space. Continue reading
Miranda Lambert Rose Announced – Certified Roses announced today the introduction of the Miranda Lambert rose with a portion of the proceeds from the sale of this rose going to Mutt Nation a non-profit foundation dedicated to ending animal cruelty.
Rose gardening expert Chris VanCleave shares his insights on a recent interview with incoming American Rose Society President Pat Shanley. They chatted about sustainable rose gardening trends and also her vision for the future of the nations oldest horticultural society. Don’t miss this broadcast. Continue reading