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A walk to remember
Viewed 760 times since Mon, May 5, 2014
A walk to remember It is easy to create a flowery walkway if you know what to plant at ground level; we analyzed this lovely setting to get you started. The climbing Iceberg roses are already... Read More
Laying the foundation for the Autumn flush
Viewed 1857 times since Fri, Sep 7, 2012
Laying the foundation for the Autumn flush Now is the time to prepare your roses for the autumn flush. Rose growers all look forward to the autumn flush with great anticipation. This is when the softer coloured roses, especially the pale... Read More
Repotting and transplanting roses
Viewed 45929 times since Mon, Mar 19, 2012
Repotting and transplanting roses   Winter is the quietest time for roses, but not necessarily for rose growers. You can now safely move roses that were planted in the wrong place and re-pot container roses that are no longer looking good. From... Read More
Rose Strategies
Viewed 11600 times since Thu, Mar 28, 2013
Rose Strategies Many gardeners wishing to include roses in their borders might be concerned about whether they are appropriate for a water wise garden. In the past, the easiest way to solve this dilemma was to plant roses in the high water usage... Read More
The Kindest Cut
Viewed 553 times since Tue, Jul 22, 2014
The kindest Cut This beautiful display of roses is one of the rewards of winter pruning, along with good soil enrichment, watering and fertilising. This Cape garden features a wonderful selection of bush and climbing roses, including... Read More