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Thank you for being our virtual visitors!
 

It's a very tough period for all of us, but we are certainly learning new ways to stay together and support each other. 


We never thought we could have our annual Open Day online, and neither did we imagine that we could have virtual visitors interacting with us, asking questions while we were showing them our nursery, our rose plants, and sending feedback, comments and suggestions. 


Thank you!

To all of you, from every part of Australia, for supporting our new virtual Open Day. 


We felt like we were not alone and that we can keep working with passion and determination to grow the most beautiful roses in Australia.


And that will be our aim for the next weeks and months: doing business as usual and being able to deliver your rose orders by the end of winter.

We are here for you.


P.S.: if you missed our virtual Open Day, you can find all its videos on our Facebook page.


 
Looking good from up there

Autumn is a great season for our nursery, with all the roses in flower and the newly budded plants growing well.


In the live videos we released for our virtual Open Day, we walked through our plants showing their size and their growth. 


With this drone video released for our Open Day, we wanted to show you the beauty of a rose farm from a  very unusual point of view.


The field of our nursery looks like it's been geometrically designed with hundreds of rows of plants.


You can see their beauty... Pity you can't smell their fragrance too!

Pots on Sale for all April

We sold many potted roses in the last few weeks, and we think that gardening could be a very good way to go through this tough period and to survive the "stay at home" rule.


So, we've decided to keep offering a discount on all pots for this month, until our busy digging season will start and we'll have to pause the sale ofpots for winter.


All potted bush roses are now $25, instead of $32.50.


If you want to see some colour in your garden now or you need to organise a gift, take advantage of this Autumn Sale. 


But if you want to wait up to winter, we have a bigger selection of varieties as bare-rooted plants; order them now to avoid disappointment, as we are already selling out some popular varieties.

In your garden this month...



On our virtual Open Day we also had 3 great workshops filmed for us by Cindy Cross.

With our roses and foliage and fillers from her garden, Cindy showed us how to easily prepare a beautiful bouquet and two floral arrangements.


We loved working with Cindy and we are hoping to organise other workshops with her soon. 

In the meantime, watch her 3 videos on our Facebook page, and follow her workshops and cooking classes here.


Did You Know...?

...You need to clean, sharpen and grease your secateurs regularly?


They are precious tools for your gardening and they need periodic maintenance.

Ideally, a professional pair of secateurs - which will last forever - needs maintenance every 10 working hours. 


In this video, Brian shows you how to do it.


Also, remember to dry them after each use, and store them in a dry place.



If you enjoyed reading this Newsletter, suggest it to your friends and rose lovers around you. 

We send out our News every 1st day of the month. 


If you have a question or a particular subject you want us to write about, please let us know. 

Send an email to brian@wagnersrosenursery.com.au and we'll do our best to help you.



Grazie e a presto!

Benedetta

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