Free Rose Gardening Clinics

Calloways pink roseAmerica’s favorite flower is the Rose.

However, growing roses can be prickly and challenging indeed.

North Texas Calloway’s nurseries want to help you find success in Rose gardening by offering free tips and tricks this weekend.

You’ll learn what to do to get repeat blooming all Spring and Summer and enjoy those beautiful blooms for months on end.   The clinic will also teach you how to plant and fertilize roses as well as how to care for different kinds of roses from Earth-Kind ®, climbers, groundcovers, miniatures, to grandifloras, floribundas and more.

She Is Dallas Info:   All North Texas Calloway’s Nursery locations will be offering this free class on Rose Gardening Success this Saturday, March 24, 2012 starting at 10:15 am.   Check out this list of Calloway’s locations to find the one nearest you. For more information, please visit the Calloway Nursery website or follow My Texas Garden on Facebook.

While the Rose clinic will be offered at every Calloway’s Nursery, select locations will also be celebrating Rose Day by offering the widest variety of rose selections that the company has ever ordered!   Gardeners will have the opportunity to shop more than 150 rose varieties in the following types: Antique, English, Climbing, Groundcover, Floribunda, Grandiflora, Hybrid Tea and Shrub. Additionally, rose experts will be on hand to answer questions about America's favorite flower and will share their rose knowledge.   The locations holding this special Rose Day celebration will be open from 9:00 am – 7:00 pm and include these three locations:

Calloway’s Hurst – 760 Grapevine Highway, 817.581.6361.

Calloway’s North Plano – 2460 State Highway 121, 972.649.6228.

Calloway’s South Arlington – 4940 South Cooper, 817.465.2838.

But if rose gardening isn’t for you, make a note of the next fun gardening clinic at Calloways.   On March 31st all Calloway’s Nursery locations will be celebrating Herbs with a special free clinic at 10:15 on the Edible Garden – Herbs and Spring Vegetables!

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