Plant roses with these helpful tips. Growing roses is relatively easy when they get at least six hours of sunlight each day.
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Follow these instructions to boost blooms on roses and other perennials.
When you plant a garden with the Miranda Lambert rose, named for the country music star, you’ll be helping MuttNation shelter pets in finding their forever homes.
Knock Out roses bloom from spring to frost, creating a stunning show of beautiful flowers. They can fit into any landscape in most climates. Plant them individually as a focal point, among other shrubs, or in large groups to create a colorful hedge.
When it’s time to prune roses, use these easy tips for success in growing them and getting more blooms from your roses.
Pruning is an important and necessary step in growing roses. We have provided some of the best practices when it comes to rose pruning.
Take care to protect roses for a long winter’s nap. Some extra work now will mean beautiful blooms when the weather warms again in spring.
Roses are hard to resist, but the choices can be difficult for first-time rose gardeners. Read on to learn about the different varieties of roses.
Prune your roses now for beauty through fall.
Celebrate Mother’s Day by giving Mom a rose or gardenia, with an IOU to do the planting while she relaxes.
Celebrate Mother’s Day by giving Mom a rose or hydrangea. Pick one in her favorite color, one that complements her garden, or let her choose!
Make a small space bloom when you plant roses in containers. Pick up tips for growing climbing roses on patios and more small spaces.