Adding wildflowers to your backyard landscape can dramatically change the look. It’s easy, doesn’t cost much, and once you get them started, Mother Nature will lend a hand. [Read more…] about Wildflowers in the BackYard
Miniature roses are definitely real roses; they’ve just been cultivated to stay much smaller than their full size counterparts. Their miniature size also extends to their blooms, which are also much smaller than their standard rose brethren.
Pretty much like full size roses, they come in a full range of colors so they’ll fit ideally into a wide range of garden designs.
One very particular advantage of miniature roses is that they tend to be much hardier than other types of rosebush and can stand quite harsh winter conditions. Another advantage is that they are usually repeat bloomers and have a long flowering season.
When spring comes and the ground is thawed, it is time to start planting your rose garden. Roses have been a cherished aphrodisiac since biblical times. They have been around for over 3000 years, yet they still hold a particular mystery and fascination, not to mention the fact that they just look and smell good! [Read more…] about How and When to Plant Roses
If a single, good bush of roses fills up an entire lawn – just imagine what a full yard of roses can add to your landscaping design! Landscapers have taken years to master the skill of growing these beautiful flowers, So now it is time for you to take what they have learned and use it to your fullest advantage! [Read more…] about The Rose Garden: A Landscaper’s Delight