A Season Of Everyday Roses – Post #2


This is the 2nd in our series of video blog posts based in part on Paul’s new book ‘Everyday Roses’. In this post we encounter a few problems, decide to prun…

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April 26, 2013

XaViEr3520 @ 6:26 pm #

Great! Can’t wait to see more videos!!!! Keep em coming!!

April 28, 2013

Starbuckin @ 1:10 am #

Wow! I hope to GOD that the Rose Rosette doesn’t spread to any of your
other roses! It’s VERY dangerous and contagious. I bought 12 Robin Hood
(Mediterranean Musk) Roses from Burgess a few years ago and about 50% of
them had this disease within 2 years. Now all of them are dead but 2. Thank
God it didn’t spread to my Blaze Climbers or Knockouts. I would really like
to see you do a vid on fighting Black Spot, I noticed several of yours had
it. I lost a Blaze Climber to it two years ago.

Bk94541 @ 9:27 am #

I always loves ur rose videos and ur HUGE yard & looks like u lost alots
weight too 🙂

May 23, 2013

Susie Lizette Prestvik @ 4:47 am #

Loved to see the changes in your beds from the beginning of April! That’s
one of my biggest joys..watching my roses grow. I only have a little bit of
space in my garden and I feel like working on my beds kicks my butt every
time! I can imagine working on your huge beds!

May 29, 2013

Haze1452 @ 10:41 pm #

Hurray for own root roses!

August 4, 2013

stvnrgrs09 @ 8:50 pm #

Do you ever have deer problems?

September 19, 2013

Samuel Merry @ 4:56 pm #

How can i get my cuttings to grow ? i have been trying for the longest
while buy i cannot get them to grow,tell me what am not doing.Please help

November 2, 2013

Mrnyco @ 8:19 am #

I am grateful for the time you put into your videos. Your gift of
instruction and knowledge has inspired me to out side and rework the rose
that I gave up on. Luckily the roses didn’t give up on me and I have a
chance to do right by them.

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