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Sunday, June 21, 2020

Roses in the Garden - Part 2

Following my last post on my Rose Experience:

This particular one is a Miniature Rose  - it is a small bloom type with many tiny flowers in a bunch. It had fragrance but it is more interesting when it has more sprays of flower when it blooms.

The Care and Maintenance is Very Similar with Most of the Common Roses.
This one is already acclimated from the Cameron Highland.

Details on How to Acclimate the Roses are in the Link Below:
How to Save My Dying Cameron Highland Roses?

I must say that if you love roses, you will still find them growing them in your garden, regardless the excuse - they will eventually find a home in your garden, no matter how small they are.

This is one of those stories - my garden story in my garden - A Rose Forever.

The flower is so red and vibrant that even the camera is unable to capture the brilliance of these rose.

Do share your Rose story - I would really love to hear about your experience and encounter with Roses in your Garden. Till then, Happy Gardening.


Lee@A Guide to Northeastern Gardening said...

Thank you so much for stopping by my blog and leaving a comment. I love your vertical garden wall and roses too. I can see you have Staghorn fern growing. It is one of my favorite tropical plants!

Stephanie said...

The colour rose is incredible I know. I had such small one before.... adorable flower!

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