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Basics of Growing Roses Successfully

Posted by Chris Sabbarese on Fri, Oct, 26, 2018 @ 15:10 PM
Rosarian Susan fox, says there is a rose for everyone

GILN Social Media Icon-1Gardeners quite often mention that they love roses but they are too hard to grow. Or that they take too much time, they don’t have the space to grow them or roses just don’t do well. We caught up with Susan Fox, a noted rosarian on a recent Green Industry Leaders Network podcast, who covered some basics about roses and a personal guarantee, there is a rose out there for everyone!

Basics of Growing Roses

susan_fox_on_corona_tools2If you have never grown roses successfully, live in a cold climate or claim you have a black thumb, there is a rose for you. Susan shares some great insights on new roses available for gardeners, tips on seasonal care, varieties that will perform well, and resources she relies on when sharing this great news with budding rose growers.

Key discussion points include;

  • How do I know they will work in my garden?
  • What are some time-saving roses?
  • What are good roses for new gardeners to start out with?
  • How to know if roses will grow well in your zone.
  • Are there any options for gardens with partial sun?
  • What are some seasonal tasks gardeners should be doing?
  • Suggestions for small garden and containers roses.
  • Number one mistake people make when buying a rose?
  • What trends are on the horizon for roses?

Listen  Now, Chat Later

Since 2014,  Corona along with its industry partners, American Horticultural Society and Proven Winners, has been hosting plant-related topics via Twitter.  The new podcast gives chat participants an opportunity to hear the chat take place,  then  connect live with the host and guests. It's an opportunity to ask questions about the podcast, the general topic discussed or get more information on something that was shared. 

Chat Live and Win!

The live discussion takes place on 10/30/18 at 2PM ET. To join the discussion, log on to Twitter and search for #plantchat. If you are using Twitter, be sure to select "Latest" at the top to see the latest tweets. We'll also have plantchat prizes for those who listen to the podcast and can answer questions from it during the tweetup, including Corona tools! So listen to the podcast while you garden or commuting to the office then join us for the live chat!  And please share the good news on your favorite social networks too!


Be sure to connect with our host and guest on all their websites and social media networks. Visit Gaga's Garden and connect with her on Twitter and Facebook

Topics: #Plantchat, gardening, roses

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