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Front-Cover-Roses Gardening Season by SeasonHot off the presses! Our second book, Rose Gardening Season by Season: A Journal for Passionate Gardeners, (Forbes River Publishing, 2015) is now available for sale on our web site: www.rosesolutions.net

This Journal, customized for gardeners, provides pages where you can record the season by season performance of your garden. On each Journal page you’ll find rose gardening tips, anecdotes and advice. Plus each season has a To-Do List so you’ll know the right time to plant, prune and feed roses. We’ve also included pages where you can keep track of all the important information about each rose in your garden – type, color, growth habit, date planted and date of first bloom.March-Page

There are pages to keep track of the seasonal highlights – all those things that you may not remember from one season to the next. There are pages to evaluate the performance of your roses and companion plants plus pages to keep notes on which varieties and companion plants to keep, to replace and to buy.

Want to know what roses are fragrant? We provide a list of fragrant varieties that not only identifies the rose, but includes its type, color and hardiness zone. We do the same with a list for shade tolerant roses. And there are more lists that include companion plants, sources for mail order roses and supplies as well as a list of our personal favorite varieties.

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Since we love taking photographs of our roses, we feature over 30 full-color rose photos – from the stylish Sexy Rexy on the cover to the beautiful pink Earth Song (a favorite) in the introduction as well as a display of Brownell roses in the Roses in My Garden page.

Introduction-PageIf you like to “journal” and love to garden, check-out Rose Gardening Season by Season: A Journal for Passionate Gardeners. You can chronicle an entire season of rose gardening in one practical, informative and attractive journal that will serve as a unique account of your garden as well as a blueprint for the following year.

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