Have you tried to make rose honey?!! Roses are so beautiful that it seems a shame to make desserts out of them! But there are some very easy recipes from ancient times that we might like to try out. Rose honey on toast may be … Continue reading Want to try out some ROSE SYRUP?!!!
Have you tried rhubarb juice on your roses? Rhubarb is a vegetable often used to make desserts. But its leaves are used by organic gardeners to protect roses from greenfly and black spot. You should boil rhubarb leaves in water and make a spray from … Continue reading Try Rhubarb Juice on your roses
The Rose Bowl for health recommends garlic for a sore throat! Parsley planted around roses keeps them safe from some kinds of pests. But I did not know that parsley can also help us to treat boils, for coughing, for halitosis and for indigestion! Plain … Continue reading The Rose Bowl offers garlic for sore throat!
Treat your roses to some pepper drinks! Companion planting is all about knowing the secret, mystifying habits of plants and how they like or dislike growing near each other. And if you make the right choices you will find that your flowers, vegetables, herbs, trees, … Continue reading Treat your roses to a pepper drink!
Roses that mend tattered times Refurbish ruined furniture Feed famished friendships Fatten up faith thinning like hair! And border the darkening twilight by tenderly switching on the light ends pic and poem: daksha
Roses and their enemies & Friends Roses are often attacked by fungus or a kind of mildew and you can try dusting wettable sulphur on them says Louise Riotte in her book Carrots Love Tomatoes. Try this garlic recipe to fight the worst insect pests … Continue reading Plant geraniums around your rose!
Rose Hip Sauce Rose Hips, the fruit left after the rose has dried up, are very high in vitamin C and also contain vitamins A, B, K and F. You should precook these fruits before using them. Here is a simple easy recipe to … Continue reading Have you tasted Rose Hip Sauce for Vitamin C?