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Full coverage of the 2014 Biltmore International Rose Trials featuring interviews with some of the nations top rosarians including, Linda Cobb, Lynn Hunt and Rebecca Reed. We'll also chat with Ben Hanna from Heirloom roses and Brad Yoder from Star Roses and plants to get a perpective on the trials from those who have roses entered in the trials. Rose Trials coordinator Paul Zimmerman of Paul Zimmerman Roses talks about the winners!
Roses have been used for centuries as herbs and many varieties are quite edible. Jim Long will be with us to discuss his book "How To Eat A Rose".
Jim Long writes extensively and travels the world looking for interesting new herbs and vegetables. He's been a regular columnist for The Herb Companion and The Ozarks Mountaineer magazines since 1992. He has a regular column, “The Heirloom Herbalist” for The Heirloom Gardening magazine and writes for Small Farm Today, Edible Austin, State by State Gardening and Missouri Gardening magazines. His gardens have been featured in Southern Living (twice), several Better Homes & Gardens publications, and numerous other garden magazines. Hes appeared on Home & Garden TV and Discovery Channel programs as well as the P. Allen Smith Gardens show. Jim chaired the first Herb of the Year project in 1994 while on the Board of Directors of the International Herb Association, helping found the Herb of the Year project. To learn more about the Herb of the Year, visit his Herb of the Year blog: http://herboftheyear.blogspot.com
In honor or the Heritage Rose Foundation's Annual Conference in Lakeland Florida, We're sharing once again our delightful conversation with Cydney Wade of Rose Petals Nursery. Cydney shared some wonderful insights into the world of Heritage variety roses. Join us each week for the Rose Chat Podcast. This top rated podcast explores different aspects of roses. From where to plant roses, to which plants to buy. We explore the care and maintenance of roses as well as the latest trend
American Rose Society Consulting Rosarian Ron Daniels will share tips on getting your roses ready for winter. Join us each week for the Rose Chat Podcast. This top rated podcast explores different aspects of roses. From where to plant roses, to which plants to buy. We explore the care and maintenance of roses as well as the latest trends in gardening. You'll hear from top authors and poets as well as take a look at roses in art, literature and history. We'll even offer tips, tric
The bugs come out this week we talk Integrated Pest Management, pruning and more with Baldo Villegas a leading expert on rose insects and disease. He’ll be with us to discuss the management of beneficial
Dr. Mark Windham, Professor, University of Tennessee Knoxville (Department of entomology and Plant Pathology), will discuss his research into Rose Rosette Disease (RRD) and other projects, such as identifying disease resistant varieties and mechanisms of roses. His interests include how plant resistant mechanisms interact with environmental and water stresses.
The American Rose Society Research Endowment Trust has selected Dr. Windham to head a three-year study beginning in 2012 concerning the management of RRD. The objectives are to determine 1) how rosarians can manage RRD in their gardens, and 2) what best management practices for RRD can be developed, other than eliminating bushes with symptoms. The Trustees have identified Rose Rosette Disease as the greatest threat to the future of commercial and recreational growth and enjoyment of roses.
The first annual Biltmore International Rose Trials ended on Saturday May 18th with winners announced in 12 categories. Rose Chat Radio caught up with a few of the judges to hear their insights into the trials and we also spoke to a a few of the growers and breeders of the roses entered in the trials. You'll hear interviews with Mike Athy a top winner at the show with his entry "ATHYFaLaa" from his home in New Zealand. Chris Pellett of Kordes Roses in Oregon, gives a
lIt's National Volunteer Week
"National Volunteer Week, April 6-12, 2014, is about inspiring, recognizing and encouraging people to seek out imaginative ways to engage in their communities. It’s about demonstrating to the nation that by working together, we have the fortitude to meet our challenges and accomplish our goals." Points of Light
This week Herb Grasshof volunteer extrodinare at the San Jose Municipal Rose Garden joins us to talk about his work at the garden and also how they recruit and train volunteers for projects at the garden. Herb has given over 1,300 hours of volunteer service working in this garden. We'll also be chatting about the roses planted there.
"After working in the high tech industry as a Manufacturing Engineer I retired in 1995. Volunteering in the community was one of the things I planned to do. After searching for a suitable match that did not put time/ schedule restraints on me, I found the local garden where I can pursue a lifelong interest in nature." - Herb Grasshof
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Bayer Advanced™ lawn and garden expert and horticulturist Lance Walheim joins us to provide helpful tips to rose gardeners. He is the author of the best sellling "Roses for Dummies" guide and has appeared on ABC, HGTV, DIY Network and Discovery Channel. He is a senior editor of the Sunset Western Garden Book and a regular contributor to Sunset magazine and Sunset.com. His gardening videos can be found on Bayeradvanced.com and on Lowe’s YouTube channel.
Lance has a beautiful rose garden outside his home in Exeter, Calif. He also grows specialty citrus such as Cara Cara pink navel oranges and Meyer lemons on his 17-acre citrus ranch.
WELCOME RADIO BLOGGERS AND LISTENERS....INTRODUCING "AYANNA" THE SOULFUL ROSE. I AM A PROFESSIONAL SINGER/SONGWRITER OF A DIVERSE FAN-BASE. I HAVE ACCUMULATED A REPETOIRE OF SONGS FROM OLD TO NEW SCHOOL LOVE JAMS THAT I PERFORM LIVE AT THE REQUEST OF PUBLIC FAN-BASE AND CORPORATE CLIENTEL. HERE ON MY AYANNASOULFULROSE SHOW YOU WILL EXPERIENCE FIRST-HAND INTERVIEWS OF LOCAL SINGERS IN THESE SOUTH PARTS OF TEXAS AND THEIR STORIES OF HOW THEY LEARNED OF THEIR PASSIONS. STAY TUNED FOR MO
Depending on your growing zone, preparing your roses for fall and winter can make a big difference in whether or not they will thrive next spring. David Strickland, rose expert from Witherspoon Rose Culture in Durham North Carolina will share some tips on preparing your roses for fall and winter. WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU DURING THE BROADCAST We encourage you to call in during the live broadcast (347) 677-1870 with comments or questions or your may ask a questio
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