|October 25, 2011||Posted by admin under Rose|
This is the rose that has been masquerading for half a century or more as “the musk rose”. Chances are still good that if you purchase a “musk rose” or a plant of Rosa moschata at your local nursery, R. brunonii is what you will get.
|May 13, 2011||Posted by admin under Rose|
When deadheading your abundant blooms of roses, why not think ahead and use them elsewhere in the home when the growing season is over? There are many uses for dried rose blooms and petals. A favorite today, and in our grandmother’s day, is potpourri. Or, you might want to incorporate some of your roses into…
|January 6, 2011||Posted by admin under Rose|
The flowers that grace our parks, homes, yards, streets and businesses serve as a source of constant beauty and inspiration throughout the year. Growing climbing roses in the right places in your yard will add a very elegant look to your garden. Climbing roses found in free seed catalogs are not a one year project.…