We have all colours you can imagine. And also combinations of them, stripes, soft, bright or something between them.

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We are busy preparing your Roses
 

We've officially started our 2020 digging season! 

If you're wondering how it is, this is my Italian way to describe it: imagine the longest and heaviest program of your washing machine; the "anti-stain" one, to be clear, not the "fast 30'". We have a pre-wash in May, then a long intense wash in June and July, the rinse in August and the spinning in September. 

That's why, with Brian and our kids, we always try to go away for a break in October.


It's a long and tiring season, as you can imagine, but also rewarding as it marks the end of the production cycle at the nursery.


We are receiving many orders online, and while we are still lifting, pruning and grading plants, we are already sending out big wholesale orders and organising the individual plants for retail orders.


At the end of this month we'll have all plants lifted and ready to go, and we'll start boxing and posting your order.

So, you're still on time to add new roses to your order, place a new one if haven't done yet, and prepare the soil for them in your garden.


 
Which Rose Colour are You?

With over 800 varieties in our catalogue, we know sometimes the choice of new roses could be challenging. 


We normally suggest starting a selection by the colour you like or you need in your garden. 

That's why we've grouped our roses in 10 main Colour categories plus one called "Striped Roses" that often includes two or even more colours together.


So, which colour you like? 

White, Red, Pink, Orange, Yellow, Apricot, Purple, Mauve, Cream or Brown?



(in the picture: Ashram rose)

A Gift to Rose Society Members

We are excited to announce that starting from this month we are offering a 10% discount to all members of the Rose Society of Australia.


If you're a member of the Rose Society, contact your State office to know the special promo code to use online, at the checkout, to receive your discount.


If you're not a member yet, consider joining the Rose Society of SA, VIC, QLD, WA or NSW to be part of a great group of rose lovers who got together in 1972 to encourage, improve and extend the cultivation of the rose in Australia.



In your garden this month...



Your roses should be now dormant, with a few or no leaves at all, and certainly no flowers. 


It's the right time for a deep, winter pruning, at the end of this month if you live in warm regions, or in July if you live in the South or in areas prone to frosts.


Did You Know...?

Rugosas are a very old group of roses originated in the Far East - Korea, Japan and China - many centuries ago.


They are interesting and unique plants, disease-resistant, with large and often very thorny bushes but delicate and beautiful flowers.


We like them because they are strong rose varieties and perform very well in sandy and coastal soil, on sand dunes and by the Ocean. 


We grow several kinds of Rugosas and you can find them in our Old Fashioned Collection.

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.


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Grazie e a presto!

Benedetta

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