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1. The Meaning of Rose Colors
The Victorian "Language of Flowers" spoke eloquently in different colors of roses and other flowers. Choose a bouquet of roses that speaks your tenderest emotions without your saying a word.
2. How to Control Aphids on Roses
If you grow roses, you will need to battle aphids at some point. Luckily, this common pest is easily handled with nontoxic methods.
3. Treating Powdery Mildew and Downy Mildew on Roses
Powdery mildew and downy mildew are two fungal infections that can wreak havoc in your rose garden. Learn to recognize the symptoms and take steps to treat these two diseases.
4. Growing Knock Out Roses
Knock Out roses have taken the gardening world by storm. Learn why these easy care roses are a must-have for your garden.
5. 4 Great Climbing Roses
Climbing roses add so much romance and beauty to your garden! Here are four magnificent climbing roses to grow over an arch, gazebo, trellis or pillar.
6. Roses and Coffee Grounds
Used coffee grounds are an excellent rose bed amendment. This wonderful resource is easy to use, and is offered for free by many local and community coffee shops.
7. The Great Mulch Debate
Everyone has an opinion on what type of flower bed mulch you should use and rose gardeners aren't any different. Learning about the different types of mulch available can help you make an informed choice.
8. Can You Grow Roses Indoors?
Don't let the lack of a yard prevent you from growing roses. If you are up to the challenge, you can try growing roses indoors.
9. Soil Ph and Roses
Knowing your soil ph is a necessity for success in the rose garden. Having your soil ph in the correct range can mean the difference between a garden that is stunning and one that won't grow. Here are instructions for testing and altering your soil ph.
10. Roses that Tolerate Shade
Just because your garden doesn't receive a full day of sun doesn't mean you can't grow roses. There are varieties that will survive and even thrive in partially shaded locations.
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