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Valerie Easton07-Sep-09 01:54 PM EST 8a   
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Subject: growing roses through photo-synthesis
From: Valerie Easton (jack@rose-buddy.com)
Zone: 8a
Date: 07-Sep-09 01:54 PM EST

Loving those roses By Valerie Easton-Seattle Times

It's hard to resist roses, especially the sunset-colored winner of the 2010 All America Rose Selections award. This is the first time in 20 years the AARS has chosen a single rose for top billing. 'Easy Does It' is a seriously ruffled apricot and pink fragrant floribunda that is a vigorous grower. What's not to like? Well, all too often, it's the black spot and other diseases that come with growing roses. Now an Issaquah company claims to have come up with an organic product that keeps roses healthy by increasing photosynthesis. The company tells me that "Rose-Buddy" is a plant-based formula that replaces fungicides, pesticides, fertilizers and rose food. So if you plant an 'Easy Does It' when it becomes available early next spring, you might want to order some Rose-Buddy, available only at the Web site www.rose-buddy.com/


Subject: growing roses through photo-synthesis
From: Valerie Easton-Seattle Times (jack@rose-buddy.com)
Zone: 8a
Date: 07-Sep-09 01:57 PM EST

Loving those roses By Valerie Easton-Seattle Times

It's hard to resist roses, especially the sunset-colored winner of the 2010 All America Rose Selections award. This is the first time in 20 years the AARS has chosen a single rose for top billing. 'Easy Does It' is a seriously ruffled apricot and pink fragrant floribunda that is a vigorous grower. What's not to like? Well, all too often, it's the black spot and other diseases that come with growing roses. Now an Issaquah company claims to have come up with an organic product that keeps roses healthy by increasing photosynthesis. The company tells me that "Rose-Buddy" is a plant-based formula that replaces fungicides, pesticides, fertilizers and rose food. So if you plant an 'Easy Does It' when it becomes available early next spring, you might want to order some Rose-Buddy, available only at the Web site www.rose-buddy.com/


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