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Rose Garden

Welcome to where I share my rose gardens. I started growing roses in 2001 when my Aunt gave me a small clipping off of a family climber. Today I grow over 100 different roses in my Ohio garden and enjoy sharing how on social media. I’m not a Master Gardener, just an everyday grower who wants to share how you can have a beautiful garden too.

Hashtags I use when sharing roses : #roses #gardenchat

Successful Rose Planting

Golden Celebration Blooms after being planted bareroot 3 weeks ago! You’ve heard the saying a millions times but I seriously can’t help but say ‘ If I can grow them … you can too!’ when I share about roses.  I’m a fairly new rose-fanatic and I want to help you grow success like I have so please be sure to ask questions on my blog […]

Inspiring Green Companion Plant

Hostas Rule this Bed Until the Roses Take Over - Mid-May 2014 Funny what will inspired us to share something so easy to take for granted each day.  That is what almost happen to this hosta plant that is a companion to my roses for the past 8 years in one of my landscape. This hosta just outside my mud room door to the garden is captivating […]

Roses are making a come back!

My rose garden begins with the dance of the tulips ..... This winter we made records with over 7 feet of snow and freezing temperatures in my Ohio garden.  With the cold winter fresh in my mind it has  been nerve racking as I wait for my roses to start showing signs of life.   The past six months in the rose garden has totally been […]

A Spring Visit To McGill Rose Garden

Yellow Bloom Upclose Before leaving for Charolette, North Carolina I Googled to see if there were any gardens that maybe open during my visit this weekend.  The beautiful website of McGill Rose Garden was the first on the search results.  After a beautiful drive down to the Carolinas’ I couldn’t wait to see what would be blooming. The […]

Tales of a Cautious Rose Pruner

Red Carpet Rose After Winter 2014 Patiently waiting in my Northwest Ohio ( gardening zone 5b ) garden for the sunshine and warmer temperatures to wake up my rose shrubs. It is the first week with temperatures above freezing and I’m anxious to see any signs of life coming from my treasured roses. With all the excitement being shared on social […]