Autumn Rose Care With Redneck Rosarian

The leaves are starting to put on their Autumn colors and the rose garden is still putting on a show in most gardens. Growing roses is fun and can be super easy if you follow a few basic maintenance tips. In today’s Garden Chatter presentation Adam Cortell and I welcome  Chris VanCleave. The creator or Rosechat Podcast and rosarian celebrity shares basic Autumn gardening tips from the rose garden.

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Highlights from Redneck Rosarian : Autumn Rose Gardening 

In this post I want to share with you a few of my favorite highlights from the presenation. In this first clip I learned alot about my co:host Adam Cortell . I had no idea he grew a few roses.  In this video clip as open the presentation and welcome our special guest host Chris VanCleave. 

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Meet Chris VanCleave the Redneck Rosarian in this short clip from Garden Chatter.

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One of the many tips Chris VanCleave shared with us on Garden Chatter : Autumn Rose Care. Tall roses need to be cut back so rose hips can form and the winter wind doesn’t damage them.

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Chris answered many questions about roses in the autumn. In this highlight we share rose hips and a pruning tip.

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Slideshow from Presentation 

In The Garden Chatter Chat Room
[00:06:43 – chat] Adam Cortell : Do you grow roses? Welcome to Garden Chatter!
[00:07:14 – chat] Adam Cortell : I only have five roses currently.
[00:07:26 – chat] Elena: HI Adam. I grow 150 roses.
[00:07:38 – chat] Melanie: Yes, I have about 120 rose bushes. Love them!
[00:07:56 – chat] Adam Cortell : Wow! That must meet rosarian criteria!!!
[00:08:36 – chat] Adam Cortell : Feel free to put in questions or comments for Chris
[00:08:39 – chat] Elena: Oh yes. I am a Consultimg Rosarian.
[00:09:34 – chat] Melanie: I’m an enthusiastic amateur. Have learned a lot from being a member of the American Rose Society.
[00:09:43 – chat] Elena: Ask Chris what is his favorite rose or rose category
[00:10:26 – chat] Adam Cortell : I have space for many more!
[00:11:21 – chat] Bren Haas: Thanks for joining us… I couldn’t see you all with the photo show on!
[00:11:29 – chat] Melanie: Adam, plant more. They are addictive!
[00:13:27 – chat] Adam Cortell : This will get me motivated!
[00:15:28 – chat] Suzanne: My Red Drift is doing better now than all summer, but don’t know how much to cut it back
[00:15:58 – chat] Chris VanCleave: Hey everyone
[00:16:01 – chat] Elena: Great suggestion Chris. Cleanliness is important for everyone.
[00:21:45 – chat] Melanie: i have a hard time resisting the urge to cut them.
[00:22:50 – chat] Dave: Hi Chris,
[00:23:20 – chat] Melanie: I’m in northern Ohio. I get lots of heavy wind. I only cut the tallest canes and try to wait until we’ve had a good freeze.
[00:24:25 – chat] Suzanne: ok, not going to cut back until late Feb, early March, hope I get hips, thanks for the great advice!
[00:24:50 – chat] Bren Haas: Hey Suzanne .. what garden zone are you in?
[00:24:58 – chat] Dave: Have a qestion, I am in zone 7 Maryland. Should I prune my schrub roses before the winter but there are not quite a year old
[00:25:18 – chat] Suzanne: i’m in Southern Ontario
[00:25:56 – chat] Dave: Good advice..
[00:26:58 – chat] Bren Haas: < < visit the American Rose Society
[00:27:37 – chat] Elena: Adam, Does this program get archived on YouTube?
[00:27:42 – chat] Dave: Ok thx
[00:28:50 – chat] Suzanne: sounds awesome lol
[00:29:33 – chat] Ann: Thank you from Southern California!
[00:29:42 – chat] Bren Haas: Elena … yes… we will share a link after the event . Also your link to this event will still work.

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