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Epsom Salt: Interesting Uses In Your Garden

by Polly Creating Healthy And Balanced Soil

With the recent push towards “green” living, Epsom salt is an ideal answer to a variety of organic gardening needs. Both cost effective and gentle on your greenery, Epsom salt is an affordable and green treatment for your well-tended plants—both indoors and out. The use of Epsom salts is a gardening tip passed down for […]

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Rose Care To Get Knock Out Roses

by Polly Organic flowers

Here is our simple Rose Care technique to get knock out roses that will amaze your visitors: Pinch off all but the topmost bud on each stem while the buds are still very small. That tells the stem to send all of its energy into the one bud that’s left – and we end up […]

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How To Get The Most Blooms From Your Climbing Roses

by Polly How To Choose & Grow

You can get the most blooms from your Climbing Roses if they’re tied to a horizontal support, such as a fence, rather than to a narrow, upright trellis. And the canes will produce the best blooms of all when they’re trained in the shape of an arch (with the stem tips lower than the middle […]

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Organic Roses Makes Valentine Day Healthier and More Romantic!

by Polly Organic flowers

You want to buy your loved one a bouquet of roses for this Valentine’s Day to express your love. Roses look beautiful, they smell beautiful. But for all their beauty, the truth is that some roses – actually, most roses – have dangers that extend far beyond their thorns. Have you ever wondered how roses […]

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Take time to smell, love and enjoy organic roses!

by Polly Organic flowers

Organic roses are nature’s way to express love and caring. They show your warmest endearment by saying: “you are the best.” And, the “extras” that come with them speak for themselves such as a better environment where they are grown without chemicals and the healthier working conditions for the people who grow and pick them.

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