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A Rose Is A Rose

“A rose is a rose is a rose” has been quoted because Gertrude Stein composed it into her 1913 poem “Sacred Emily.” The sentence could be construed (and continues to be ) in a large number of ways much how an individual can research the…

Yellow Roses To Thwart The Deer

I don’t now grow roses. I reside in deer country, and that I don’t have a tall fencing since I really like seeing the deer roam through my lawn (and needless to say, trimming my yard on their way throughout ).  I’ve discovered,…

Why Rose Cultivation Isn’t For Me

Roses and that I don’t get together. This started at a fairly early age when my sisters and I had been playing a strong game of night label at my aunt’s home. Running in my sister, I tripped in the dark and collapsed in my aunt’s prize…

How To Use Edible Rose Petals

When in regards to roses, lots of anglers love them or hate them. Prone to illness and coated with sharp, spiky thorns, I can certainly understand why some flower manufacturers prevent this plant in any way costs. Still, the crops…

My American Oak Tree Story

Everyone has a story to share a plant – a private connection with crops or into one, special plant. This is my narrative. Moving into a little house in the hills of French Basque Country altered me. It was jumped to with all these…