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Tuesday, October 15, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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In the Garden: Celebrate roses with lecture, show

June is the month when roses are at their peak in area gardens. This beautiful flower will be celebrated in two very special ways this week.


Gardening: Defending against aphid invasion

If we can get just a few more days of warm weather, the roses will begin coming into bloom. And with them will come a bevy of insects to steal …


In the Garden: Learn about roses at Spokane Rose Society’s annual show

The next time you visit Rose Hill in Manito Park, take a moment to remember and appreciate the Spokane Rose Society. After all, Rose Hill wouldn’t be the magnificent garden …


Gardening: Still waiting for ripe tomatoes? It’s the weather, not you

It’s time to give roses their last dose of fertilizer and harvest garlic and onions.


In the Garden: Discover variety, learn about care at Rose Show

June is the perfect month to celebrate the most beloved flower in the garden, the rose. After all, roses are right in the middle of their first flush of blooms, …


Rose parade

Walking through the world in June, it’s almost impossible not to notice everything in bloom. One of the most aromatic blossoms to come into season is the rose. Spicy, musky …


In the Garden: Roses keep giving all summer long

Peggy Jeremiah knows roses. A Master Gardener since 2008, she is comfortable saying that roses are her area of expertise. After all, there are 138 of them growing in her …


When it comes to home décor, roses never go out of style

Floral fads may ebb and flow, but the rose’s appeal remains constant, well beyond a Valentine’s Day vaseful. In home décor, roses have long been a favorite motif, in wallpapers, …


Rose Show pays tribute to the garden’s true star

The rose is truly the queen of the garden. With its beautiful flowers, delightful fragrances and attractive growth habits, what’s not to love? “Roses are versatile perennial plants that look …


Rose garden tender seeking a successor

Robert Spies spent years caring for the rose garden at the Rockwood at Hawthorne retirement community, until he went blind several years ago. Now, the lush plants that he so …


It’s time to uncover, prune roses

How many cartoons have you seen where the family is on vacation and the kids can’t stop asking “are we there yet, are we there yet?” Such has been the …


Rosy outlook

Surely there is no garden flower more admired than the rose. With thousands of varieties available, there is a rose out there for everyone. “Regardless of your gardening experience, you …


For roses, bedtime is approaching

Steve Smith knows a thing or two about roses. As lead gardener of Rose Hill at Manito Park, he and his crew care for more than 1,500 roses. This might …


Bad year for plant mildew

It’s like a ghost creeping into the garden. Your roses, lupines, phlox and a dozen other plants begin to take on a white, dusty haze ruining the look of otherwise …


Welcome to open season on ‘plant currency’

I went to Wal-mart today thinking I needed a bag of seed potatoes. I came out of there with nearly $100 of various plants, and seed potatoes only as an …


When panic attacks, I attack roses

A trip out to the garden sent me into despair. It does every year at this time. Even though April is upon us and there are signs of life everywhere …