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Try Planting In Unusual Areas
Eric notices an Alnus Alder that one might not expect to do well in this type site but it's flourishing. They too are
surprised that it's doing well because it does like water. It shot up like a weed once irrigation was installed, when
that happened it went wild.
By Heirloom Roses
Photographs courtesy of Heirloom Roses
Getting your roses ready for winter involves more than just covering them with mulch. If you care for your roses well in the fall, they will have a head start for successful growth in the spring.
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