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June 16, 2020

Suzanne Horn

Master Rosarian, Pacific Rose Society

This article is a 2016 Award of Merit winner

Roses & You, June 2020

‘Overnight Scentsation’ is a rose that bears a distinction held by no other. It was the first rose to go into outer space. One of a small number of minifl...

June 16, 2020

Nanette Londeree

Master Rosarian, Marin County Rose Society

This article is a 2009 Award of Merit winner.

Roses & You, June 2020

The dog days of summer are with us, bringing with it a bounty of blooms to the garden. All your diligent work - feeding, watering, and deadheadi...

June 16, 2020

Carolyn Elgar

Master Rosarian, Orange County Rose Society

Roses & You, June 2020

Want to give your rose garden a real treat? Give it a dose of seaweed and it will benefit in many ways, including some we don't know much about. Your rose bushes will flourish and reward...

June 16, 2020

Norma Boswell

Master Rosarian, Tri-City Rose Society

Roses & You, June 2020

In 2020, if you want to place a sweet treat at your roses’ feet, add humic and/or fulvic acid to the soil (and let earthworms create some for you). These acids are not fertilizers. They are w...

June 16, 2020

Beverley Rose Hopper

Master Rosarian, Mother Lode Rose Society

This article is a 2009 Award of Merit winner.

Roses & You, June 2020

Do you have dead dirt or soil that is alive?  Even if you don’t know the answer to this question, undoubtedly your roses do.  Anybody can dig...

June 16, 2020

Rita Perwich

Consulting Rosarian, San Diego Rose Society

Roses & You, June 2020

Unblemished lush green leaves are a good indication that our plants are thriving, well watered and happy. Leaf abnormalities, on the other hand, are often signals that our roses are under atta...

June 16, 2020

Jolene Adams

Master Rosarian, NCNH

ARS Past President

This article is a 2009 Award of Merit winner.

Roses & You, June 2020

Your roses are actively growing now and pushing out leaves – burgundy, dark green, light green, shiny – clean new leaves.  The leaves are more than ju...

June 16, 2020

Dr. Lakshmi Sridharan

Molecular Biologist

This article is a 2009 Award of Merit winner

Roses& You, June 2020

Just as a human face reflects the emotions, feelings, and state of health of an individual, the rose foliage reflects the emotions and state of health of the rose p...

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