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The World's Finest Roses
The World's Finest Roses

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Protect your hands with our Rose Gloves!

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Jackson & Perkins Rose Gloves
Jackson & Perkins Rose Gloves
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On Sunday, Daylight Savings time began - it is sometimes noted as the beginning of spring. The longer days have us dreaming of spring and summer evenings outdoors. Our Mesavino Wine Tray is perfect for outdoor entertaining!
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What's your favorite thing about the longer days?
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This chilly weather has us dreaming of Summer and warmer weather!
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The color of your Hydrangeas is dependent on the pH level of your soil. What color are yours?

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1 week until Spring!
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The weather this week seems less like spring and more like winter. But we're already in the Spring Break state of mind, so we're enjoying the beauty of the Cabana™! http://bit.ly/2naDtkO
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Did you get your new catalog in the mail?! If you didn't, let us know and we will send you one!
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Low light means high color in this blog! Learn about dressing up your shady spots with blooms and foliage.
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The best part about growing roses?
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Sharing them with loved ones of course! Plant a hybrid tea rose (they're best for cutting) and create glorious bouquets for your friends. Growing something by hand can be such a thoughtful gift!
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What's your favorite spring annual to plant in your garden?
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Petunias, Verbena, Coleus, Lantanas--there is plenty to choose from! Some have striking blooms for the sun, and others have interesting foliage to light up the shade.
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Why do you plant Echinacea?
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To keep the birds and butterflies happy and fed? For the big, colorful blooms? Or to use it as an herbal cold remedy?
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