Have a favorite rose? With spring in the air, itâ€™s time to start thinking about planting that garden. And wouldnâ€™t you just love to have the prettiest rose arbor in the neighborhood this summer? While doing research for my latest book, Lasting Love, I learned about a hybrid tea rose I never knew about.
The LASTING LOVE is an unusual rose that shimmers like a citrine jewel. Itâ€™s a brand new hybrid tea rose with old fashioned vintage appeal. With its unique blend of dusky red and hint of plum sprouting from glossy green foliage, this gorgeous rose looks artificial. But the minute you get within ten feet of this tea rose, its timeless essenceÂ wafts through the air, making it a must have for your garden!
FACTS ABOUT THE LASTING LOVE ROSE
Ã˜Â Â Â Â Blooms will reach 4-6 inches across and repeat year round
Ã˜Â Â Â Â Hearty and easy to care for
Ã˜Â Â Â Â Disease resistant
Ã˜Â Â Â Â More vigorous than other red tea roses
Ã˜Â Â Â Â Perfect form and high-pointed center
Ã˜Â Â Â Â Major attraction to gardens and arbors
Ã˜Â Â Â Â Hearty rose reaching 5 feet tall and 4 feet wide
Ã˜Â Â Â Â Grows well in climates ranging from North to South
CARING FOR THE LASTING LOVE ROSE
Ã˜Â Â Â Â Plant in early spring
Ã˜Â Â Â Â Plant 4 feet apart in well drained soil
Ã˜Â Â Â Â Prefers full sun
Ã˜Â Â Â Â Fertilize with Rose Tone until September
Would you like to win a gorgeous Lasting Love rosebush for your garden? Leave a comment telling me why roses get you all sentimental. Iâ€™ll draw a winner at random tonight at midnight. Good luck! Oh, BTW, the reason roses get me all sentimental is because they are timeless and forever. They never go out of style and receiving a big olâ€™ bouquet always makes me smile!
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Sharon Donovan has been writing stories of inspiration and suspense since the loss of her vision due to diabetic retinopathy. Prior to this, she was a legal secretary in the Court of Common Pleas where she prepared cases for judges. Sharon has certificates in both business and medical transcription. Art was her passion. Devastated when she could no longer paint, a new dream resurrected. Today, instead of painting her pictures on canvas, she paints her pictures with words.