Everything is just Rosey!

If the customer is happy…

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Today one of my new clients paid me the ultimate complement – she called me a miracle worker, a savior of plants. She had a Rose garden that she’s been told over and over again would never produce anything down here in South Florida. So, while she was gone away for a month at the Christmas holidays I took it on as a challenge. I trimmed, fertilized, and sprayed for bugs. I did everything I knew how to do, even adding a little bit of prayer. So not only was I ecstatic, so was the customer.

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Every true Gardner knows that most plants just need a little bit of TLC. They love consistency, like to be fertilized when needed. They like to be trimmed to produce new growth. They like to be sprayed to limit any bugs, or better yet kept healthy so they can fight off their own insect and disease problems. I will have to admit I was a little surprised myself at the results. It’s been a very wet winter and, as we all know, roses don’t particularly like to be in a wet warm spot. But it all worked out, and they do look beautiful.

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Every garden has its own challenges. The trick is to meet them head-on. Do the research that you need to do to make sure you’re producing the right results and keep moving forward. Treat your plants in your garden tenderly and they were will produce for you beautiful results. Don’t let stumbling blocks getting your way, be persistent. Gardening is a year-round activity down here in Florida and you’re going to have up and ups and downs and the plants are also going to have peaks and valleys in their growth and production.
You just have to be patient and work your way through it. Before you know it, you will be enjoy your beautiful garden.

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