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  1. Grandiflora Roses: What Are They and How to Care for Them

    Developed in 1954, Grandiflora Roses are a cross between a Floribunda and a Hybrid Tea Rose, gaining the long stems and fragrance of Tea Roses, with Floribunda-style clusters of flowers on the ends of each branch.

    Grandifloras are tall, vigorous

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  2. #ProPlantTips for Care - Getting Roses Ready for Winter

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    Getting your Roses ready for the long cold winter may seem as daunting as getting a fussy toddler ready for bed to a Rose gardener! Don’t fret, because today’s modern Roses are much easier to care for and with just a bit of planning, your Roses will slu

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  3. “Un-wintering” your roses

    Those of you lucky enough to be growing roses in the warmer regions of the country, you don’t have to be so concerned about getting your rose plant to survive the winter season.  Your plants are already actively growing, and some are already seeing f

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  4. Must-Have New Roses for 2022!

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    Opulent new Rose bushes are colorful, fragrant, substantial and so satisfying is one of the Internet's very best places for buying big, beautiful Rose bushes. Our growers are the best in the business!

    Each year,

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  5. Top Picks - Delightfully Fragrant Rose Varieties!

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    "What's in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet." - William Shakespeare

    Rose lovers the world over know that Roses are far more than just beautiful flowers. The scent of roses can transform a drab day into

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  6. Great Shrub Alternatives for High-Maintenance Favorites!


    We love it when things are easy to care for! That goes for our landscaping as well!

    Ditch the fussy, high-maintenance shrubs that need constant shearing, pruning, fertilizing, spraying … and worrying! There’s so much more out there that’s avail

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  7. What Is & Isn't Black Spot Disease (& What to do if It Is!)

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    Roses have long been thought to be fussy and fastidious but in reality, it's just a handful of reasons why old-fashioned Rose bushes earned this reputation! After all, Wild Roses grow and ramble through ditches alongside the road, and many old farmsteads

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  8. The Victorian Language of Flowers!


    Those Victorians and their elegant ways have worked their magic into nearly every facet of our literature, art, and lives no matter how modern we think we are!

    There’s a simple sophistication and dignity in that time that helps us to relax from o

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  9. Top Flowering Plants To Help Pollinators

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    It’s Pollinator Week everybody! And that means it’s an impeccable time to cover the importance of pollination and name off a few favorite plants that prove to be excellent pollinators.

    Looking to make a f

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  10. What to Do in The Garden This Fall (And What Not To Do)


    Summer is wrapping up and the cooler nights are beginning to creep in! It’s t

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