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Rose Gardening Secrets- Organic Rose Gardening
March 18, 2015
Organic Rose Gardening
Beautiful Roses from gardening organically!
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Rose Gardening Secrets Revealed!
March 18, 2015
Hello, welcome to the rose gardening newsletter.
If you are new to rose gardening, I would like to tell you that gardening organically is a better way to grow your roses! It is not only a safer approach for both you and your family, but also for the wildlife that live in and around the garden!
I personally don't think I'll be out doing much in MY garden for a while....
Take a look..... I wanted to share these photos (taken today)This is the arbor that looks into the gardens! The snow is still so deep, I can't even get out to it yet! The bottom of the picture is the driveway. As you can see, you have to climb over the snow banking to get in to the garden, which still has about a foot of snow! Well... at least the driveway is finally bare! Even the garden shed is not ready for spring!
Table of ContentsIn this Issue;
* My Garden in winter
* Gardening Organic
* Featured Rose 'Laguna'(A beautiful pink climber)
* Recipe~ Rosewater Shortbread Cookies
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Gardening OrganicHave you been Composting ? Do you know how valuable compost is to your garden? It not only feeds and nourishes the rose bushes, but it also keeps the soil loose and aerated, making it easier for the roots to spread out and take up water and fertilizer.Here's a link to learn more about making compost: how to make compost Click the link to learn more about it. Organic Rose Gardening also means that you use fertilizer without chemicals. Here you will find a link to making your own; Homemade-Organic-Fertilizer Don't miss this page on everything you need to know about Growing Roses Organically!
You can grow beautiful roses like This! Growing-Roses-organically
Featured Rose- Laguna
This beautiful pink climbing rose grows 7-9ft. tall.It has a wonderful fragrance!See more information about the Laguna Rose If you need something to grow it on;
In case you missed my Free standing corner trellis e-book; smashwords link to ebook free standing corner trellis
If you want to search for something specific.... go to All About Rose Gardening Site Map, and you’ll find links to every page on my site! Book mark pages that interest you, and don’t forget to “share” pages on Face book, Google Plus,or Twitter!
Fun stuff to do with your roses!If you're still stuck in the house, (like me), here's a recipe to enjoy (and keep you thinking about your roses)
These cookies are very decorative, and would be great for a special event like a garden party, or any special day!
Note: Be sure to only use rose petals, and rosewater from Organically grown roses!
Rosewater Shortbread RecipeYou will need:
1 stick unsalted Butter (room temp)
2 tsp. lemon zest
1/4 cup powdered sugar
1 cup all-purpose flour
pinch of salt
1/4 cup minced raw unsalted pistachios
7 ounces white chocolate chips
2 tsp vegetable shortening
2 TBL finely chopped dried rose petals (optional)
2tsp Rosewater how to make rose water
How to make them...~Beat together Butter, lemon zest, rosewater, and powdered sugar until smooth and creamy.
~Add salt and flour, beat until combined
~Place dough onto a large piece of plastic wrap and form into a disc.
~ Cover with another square of plastic wrap, and roll into a rectangle with your rolling pin.
~Place in refrigerator and chill for 1/2 hr.
~Heat oven to 350 degrees
~After removing the top layer of plastic wrap, Cut out cookies with your choice of cookie cutter.
~Place cookies on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper
Leave an inch between each cookie
~Bake 15 minutes
~Transfer to wire rack, cool
Decorate your Cookies~ Melt the white chocolate chips with vegetable shortening
`In another bowl, mix the pistachios and rose petals
~Doing one cookie at a time, Dip part of it into the melted chocolate chips, allowing excess to drip off.
~Before it has time to cool, sprinkle with the pistachio and rose petal mix.
~Give them a couple minutes to cool, then put on wire rack to finish cooling.
~Store in an airtight container at room temperature.
Will you share your rose photos?Want to have the picture of Your Rose featured on a page on the allaboutrosegardening.com web site?As you know, I am always adding new pages of specific roses with the specifics about them, along with growing information. I don't always have a picture to show you....(That's where you (my readers) can help!)
Please send in your best pictures of your roses, so I can add them to any page without one.It will also be added to the page along with your comments on how the rose performs for you.
Even if the specific rose page already has a picture, any page can have more picture with comments... so still send your picture.Thanks so much for sharing your roses with us!
Send in those photos!
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