Rose Care for Health

Roses are easy to grow, long-lived, and remarkably tolerant. With a little extra care and attention, the more healthy and disease-resistant your roses will be.  When planting roses, make sure…

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Cut Flowers in June

    It is a joy to pick whatever is in bloom and bring inside. June is an exciting month because so much is growing and blooming, and it seems…

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2018 Tri-Valley Rose Society Winners

Congratulations to the award-winning gardeners who were chosen by a community vote in the Tri-Valley Rose Society display for the best in the following categories: Best In Show: ‘Fragrant Plum’…

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Natural bridal inspiration

Natural bridal inspiration in botanical gardens Washington Bridal Inspiration & Wedding Inspiration By Magnolia Rouge “We are smitten with the clean fresh feeling of this shoot by HEATHER PAYNE and…

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Rhubarb Butter-Yum!

Harvesting rhubarb creates a reason to cook, bake and preserve. Not too often do we share a recipe but when a really good one comes along, like a friend, we…

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The best bare root selection of the year is now 20% off already low prices! Choose from fruit, flowering and shade trees, berries, lilacs and hydrangeas!   “Farmers Hope New…

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