Show #9/5509. Plants Are Forgiving, Push The Envelope
Try New, different Plants
Jim shows Joe some plants that just a few years ago he would never have dreamed would have grown in St. Louis. For example, Camellia japonica 'April Tryst' would not have been grown outside here. But because of good plant breeding they now have several varieties of Camellias that they're now trying and they're doing well. In fact several weeks ago it was full of blooms.
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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