Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Texas Roses...

February is the month to prune rose bushes. Pruning during the month of February encourages healthier roses, producing more blooms in summer. In Hill Country, Texas, antique roses are the perfect colorful beauty for your yard and gardens in the summer. Unlike finicky roses you may purchase online or at a big box store that demand constant attention, antique roses are drought-resistant and beautiful. There are many choices ranging from small bushes to climbing vines and even plants small enough for container gardening. Old roses have not been as popular in recent years, but are returning to our gardens. Especially in the San Antonio area, these hearty lovelies are making a comeback. With muted colors and rich fragrance, antique roses are sure to be a hit in your garden. Brighten your landscape this summer with colorful antique roses.

Burroughs Landscaping is ready to combine their knowledge and expertise with your ideas to make a difference in your outdoor living space, preparing for spring and summer. 

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