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St. Louis Homes & Lifestyles touted Tropicanna  (‘Phasion’) as one of 6 plants selected as “One-Pot Wonders”. Writer Ann Lapides of Sugar Creek Gardens writes: If you are looking to create a flamboyant color spectacle [Tropicanna] Phasion Canna makes the perfect choice, fantastic as a stunning centerpiece of floral arrangements, or planted by themselves.  It […]

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In her recent column “Senior Column” in the Napa Valley Register, senior advocate Betty Rhodes gave senior gardeners a range of tips, from picking the right plants to selecting the most senior-friendly tools,

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As part of Garden Gate magazine’s “Design Challenge; Keep it Simple” article, Festival ‘Burgundy’ was chosen as one of 10 plants for a simple, easy-care garden design. 

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In Tami Reece’s San Luis Obispo County Telegram Tribune piece on Drought-Tolerant Plants she starts by providing her readers with 5 key tips, one of which is “Plant Carpet roses on Slopes”.  She goes on to highlight a garden in Santa Margarita CA that, despite the drought, is lush with vibrant colors and blooms.

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Gardening writer, Joshua Siskin, admits that he rarely writes about roses, but adds that maybe he should do so more often, especially when it is about the hardy and floriferous Flower Carpet

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In a recent article in Charlotte, South Carolina’s “The Post and Courier” newspaper, Amy Dabbs, a Clemson University Extension Horticulture Agent and Master Gardener Coordinator encourages her readers to add cannas

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With summer upon us in the northern hemisphere, garden writers are busy helping their readers learn about plants, both new and old. Here’s what some of them are saying about Flower Carpet roses.

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In his recent article  “Get Away by Staying Home – Turn Your Lawn into a Country Getaway” Randy Schultz tells readers: “Any self-respecting country getaway is going to have some roses in the gardens. Flower Carpet Roses from

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June is the month of the rose, and Pacific Northwest garden writer Marianne Binetti took advantage of this celebration to remind her readers about Flower Carpet roses.

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Fairy Magnolia ‘Blush’ was recently featured in the Washington Gardener, in their New Plant Spotlight. The piece explains: “Fairy Magnolia® us a new hybrid of Michelias bred to produce masses of beautiful fragrant flowers

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