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*******www.howtogrowplumeriafrangipani**** Ancient History of Rose Plants - Floribunda, Grandiflora, Hybrid Tea and Polyantha Roses – Part 1 This very surprising and extraordinary beginning of the rose plant will astonish you. Your admiration of rose plants, including Floribunda, Grandiflora, Hybrid Tea and Polyantha roses will change forever. *******www.howtogrowplumeriafrangipani****
20 Mar 2012
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Sheridan Nurseries is a supplier of hardy nursery stock, and perennial varieties. The Nursery Operation which is now 1,800 acres in size produces over 800 nursery stock varieties, and over 600 perennial varieties comprising of more than 5,000,000 plants per year. Over the years, Sheridan Nurseries has been responsible for several plant introductions including “Green Gem”, “Green Mountain” and “Green Velvet” Boxwood; “Ivory Silk” Lilac Tree; “Mountbatten” Juniper; “Glenleven” and “Green Globe” Linden and the Hybrid Tea Rose “Sunsation”.
9 Nov 2012
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America’s Top Five Favorite Blooms Flowers are a universal symbol for love. From roses to lilies, this Mother’s Day millions of moms will receive a bouquet of blooms. And according to the Flower Promotion Organization, there are five top picks for Mom. Ranking number one is the rose. The timeless flower comes in many shapes, sizes and colors, with the most popular being sweetheart, spray and hybrid tea. Next up, is the Gerbera Daisy. With over 160 colors to choose from, this cheerful blossom continues to grow in popularity. Coming in third is the Lily. A constant favorite over the years, it’s a popular addition to dramatic bouquets. Placing fourth is the Alstroemeria. Meaning “wealth and prosperity” it’s a long lasting flower with multiple blooms per stem. And last but not least, the Carnation, one of the longest lasting fresh-cut flowers, continues to be a top pick. No matter which flower you choose for mom, there are several steps you can take to make sure you’re picking the best ones. First, look for flowers with upright, firm petals and buds beginning to open. Next, smell the water. It should smell fresh and clean. And lastly, skip any flowers that have breakage in the stems. For more tips or to boost your bloom IQ, log onto www.flowerpossibilities****. Produced for the Flower Promotion Organization
6 May 2008
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