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Growing roses

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Grow It, Save It! Looking for something to add excitement and interest to your garden? Try raising and saving seeds for your own vegetables and flowers! Saving seeds is a time-honored tradition that many gardeners are rediscovering. Anyone can become a successful seed saver — the only limitations are your time, space, and interest. And the benefits of growing and storing your own seeds are many: * Save money on expensive yearly seed bills. * Select seed from plants that have thrived in your…

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PRICES MAY VARY. OWN ROOT - All of our roses at Heirloom Roses are own root, which means they will produce more blooms, be more hardy, and stay true to variety throughout their lifetimes, contrary to grafted roses. ONE GALLON - All of our roses are 12-16 months old and are delivered in one gallon containers with rich soil. CONTINUAL BLOOMING & HARDY - Will bloom non-stop throughout the growing season. Hardy roses are easy to grow and low maintenance. LIGHTLY FRAGRANT APPROXIMATE SIZE 4'-5' x…

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Cant decide between an orange, yellow, or red climber? Get all three (at once) with Josephs Coat Climbing Rose, a classic variety that offers ever-changing color on floribunda blooms that repeat all season. A single cluster of buds and blooms brings you a rainbow of color that changes almost daily.Josephs Coat Climbing Rose begins its show with pointed ovoid buds of soft red. They open in small clusters all over this well-branched climbing rose. But as Josephs Coat Climbing Rose opens, the…

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With its vigorous, upright growth, it makes a very good climber, both in beauty and performance. It bears medium-sized, cupped blooms of an unusually rich, pure shade of yellow. They have a light Tea fragrance.

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About The Perennial Matchmaker Want foolproof ideas for pairing favorite perennials with an array of harmonious plant partners but don’t know where to start? Plantswoman Nancy J. Ondra helps you to jump-start your perennial garden with her one-plant-at-a-time approach for choosing plant partners. Having spent more than 30 years growing and experimenting with perennials and plant combinations, Ondra shares her extensive experience in this in-depth guide to eye-catching color combinations…

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#Deadheading your roses throughout the flowering season is extremely important to encourage new blooms and improve the shape and appearance of your #rose. But what is the best way to do it? Our helpful video reveals all.

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