Ask The Garden Pros - 4.2.16 - Hour 2

Saturday, April 2nd

00:55:33

Transcription

The show did so big it takes is two hours to do at all ask the garden pros at studio 1430. Jim in key they're here to answer all of your concerns and questions and all this stuff you need to know about your garden NYU it's doing what it's doing. Probably do this without actually senior guard them. Ask the garden pros call 3036311430. And welcome to the show. Which isn't southwest around the Denver area nearly tripling and am. And our hours. Today on the weekends is willing to try and then on Monday through for the we're going 97. Wu. And any time and so those who don't further commuter and people can still get their gardening questions answered up until 7 o'clock during the week. There you know excellent. Well thanks Betsy if he and they weekend do you care who you are okay. Larry sounds good what do you say we we we go to them one of our main events here for this hour yes we do have a rose expert. In the studio. And now to really jammed in there. I mean we are we're really gonna lure elbow there at Australia and Korea are different and only reserve my name's I think we have a fellow whose name is David angered morning Dave good. Morning everyone it's okay but it by yourself especially as it relates to roses. Well. I've been a rose growers now for about 1617. Years. And I'm also a member of the Denver rose society so I'm. And then share with all these people that insist on throwing roses since two minute winner Matt and enjoy it. And so. I I built several rose gardens in my. How else and they are vanity area. And just learned over the years and what. How to look at them and listen and trying to understand what they're trying to do. And so that's where I've kind of learned my gardening and Noah. As for Rose Garden has filled up on starting to add some other kinds of plantings is. But you know bringing in beneficial insects and pollen Nader's some things and so. Gardening is a lot of fun. And since I recently retired from the postal service's letter carrier and by the way if you lived in our that I. A senior rose from ten. And if so and I know I have more time to it to go on and fight. The mother nature battles that we've all been dealing with the European nuclear over the last month or so. Well that's there it's. That's gonna never thought of that sort of to me a letter carrier might. Have firsthand knowledge of everybody's Kurt certainly aren't your rodent problem the other rights as well we have to rely on our mark one mod one homegrown. Garden. Know you drone. Zombie drums that we saw right. But I think firsthand knowledge is this from the even better. I like what you had to say they're about about. Watching the plant listening to it. Paying attention to how it's reacting and responding accordingly. That is probably the hardest thing for people to learn to do. And I understand that image is it just has to do with spending that time you're garden. And enjoying what's going on. That. You look and watch each plant can kind of see what's coming on. For instance were coming up when pruning time for roses and everybody always wants to have a lot of hard and fast rules about how to premier rose. And really all what's going on with pruning roses since you're just merely removing the old in the damaged in the dead to try and emphasize. The new growth that is is going to. Two it could be excited about being there for you in a sense and so. My number one approach for pruning roses it is to first of all wait. I'm told the that the danger last frost is gone the real damage increases. And trusted them might be in early may and last year we had snow and freezing more of their Mother's Day for the second year oh million euros. And so it's normal for us to get our last freeze is in May and sometimes it toward the middle of the month. And so it. Yes you can go out and trim back your plants I suppose people are just gonna have to back out and do it again and so in general what I do when it's coming up bond rose pruning time I mean if everyone I'm growing like weeds right now which is just crazy yeah yeah it's just wrong. And we don't know any better. Will they don't know any better and one of the things with the most modern repeat blooming roses and that they're really not able to go normally dormant as we understand the word. This is one reason they're so quick to wake up when the weather warms and our area and start growing. But when it freezes they're gonna get came damage so other stand damages here and there and so I'd like to wait. Until. It'll probably more toward the end of the month I think and so. At the same time April. Is our big month through December rose society for many events himself. Everyone wants to grab a pencil and paper I'm gonna try and cover while we're here some of the things that were doing there were so we'll. Happy to have you. Join us with friends we have a couple of pruning workshops coming up at the end of the month. They're kids people a chance to come out with your current owners and prone to other people's rove who. You can go got a good and learn and nobody else is glance. Yes and that our main pruning event this is the end of the month on Saturday the thirtieth at the Jefferson county detention center. And that's who applied the and that the gold an area and it's kind of garden itself around 6000 feet. Elevation. And it's the only. Rose Garden in the US food is tended by inmates. Debt that's been the Taj Mahal and Dexia is exactly where it is here until. Many of the. Detain ease so to speak my. Work on the Rose Garden this way to help get early release and it's it's been a wonderful program we go up on Saturday morning on. April 30. And everybody's. There's no charge everybody is invited to and we go down and we prune their roses form and it's a chance to learn how to do it talk to other people. A oh they do it and and practice all this before you get really started in your own Rose Garden. And the best part of this deal the part I really like this is a feud. This is the food. To jail guard as we call me just demolish their plants. You still get to go home. They don't keep you in a note dated he didn't get to take these thick cut stems from which there is an ambulance and they didn't want to go there. Okay well while people get their pencil on paper handy. For taking notes. When we go answer a couple of questions on the phones here show and I will come back I think we really need to talk more about the pruning the difference these differences between. Climbing roses and the shrub roses and the minis. What it. Those differences are and how you deal with them and we'll talk about that as soon as we get back from answering some phone questions here starting would you leak. Good morning Julie. Morning. You have questions about daily is. IPO I wet which it says Dahlia show that you are recommended a few weeks ago did you like yeah. An and I didn't think reminding him and then really clicking and I'm pushing brilliant and check out. I think it home inducing gardening and you go. Obama met at the show as I was checking out one other wonderful family members told me I take my. I want to thank you for Dolly at home and leave them in my kitchen with a bag open so that they can create. The candidate sitting in the theater shaking that they were sold and and even Philly like that until they actually 21 entering into the growth dynamic cramp them and pop store. Now I'm home a couple of bag is added sugars that are mature you change your hole and getting really thought. My my hair out moving. All of their substance inside and someone unraveling it looks like they're rotting. I don't know what. Went wrong could not getting a lot of money here. They're in the theater shaving. I certainly doesn't sound good and they need all of that and later they get. Hi I've wondered if the eyes were broken food. What can you keep your eyes on them. I did I look at what kind of wanted to really helpful and he went around and help me pick up all the wonderful putrid for me in the nature I had good guys on all of them. And it's still there. Song. No they're huge true yeah there's still aria and yes it is that the neck emotionally you're getting bent over and like I can't believe that image field. They like sort of like an anti flag kind of. That's what doesn't sound good news is no no no no. No I'm okay. You might you might try going ahead and putting it out at this point you might you have nothing to lose at this point. Perhaps is still has enough energy to put some routes out but it doesn't sound very promising. Planned film which formally named it didn't happen to all of bent. Many if not nothing and a leader is spreading yet though and I determined that the Baylor already. It crowding. I typically never wait for them to sprout I usually go ahead and on women and Clinton sprout when they're ready. Okay and what I had done in the past but I think he's ready for a little Hollywood doesn't attract. They're right and I. I sort of tend to. To the same thing that keeps it doesn't that is puck tomorrow. No water and then once confirmed they don't watermark Kiev. Later I really really start growing and the souls characterized. And don't over but. You know don't don't take this small tube were included an eight inch putt because there's going to be a colleague Dahlia. The start with the start with a four inch putt or something that just fits that to her. So they don't have a whole lot of soil around something with no routes that are established and it stays wet wet wet for way too long. The moon when I don't. Then you can you can pop them up into larger pots as they grow. Okay. You know that's a place I can think of to do it just point and then put your parts into an eight metre core. Force lately warm area. Lots of light. OK okay. Although all right well much you're you're welcome I Bubba. Everything little verdict came we will come back where it says David Ingram and other what's more of your questions as well and we have. Well I know zero was questioned but have you ever rose question now home there's a time to get in here. And and ask Dave about it 3036311430. That's our phone number that's Dave's phone number as well and will be back credits this song the only crews in 1430. This is the number one Garden Show in Colorado and fast the garden grows with the Jim Borland and keep phones. Join the conversation and 3036311430. Right now for free advice to be guaranteed at least what you paid for it. Now back to show. And back to the show indeed we are we're back with Jim Borland that's making fun sets him on the other guy and this do that you can't say because he's way off from the corners Dave in Ingram. It is all kinds of stuff are Bruce's I'm sure glad you're here today Dave I think we were getting a lot of questions and when you talk about through the rise in stamp prices. But let's say that says Dave friends I'm right after a meal. Well they're actually the thing is now that I am not a letter carrier anymore it's costing them more to get it done. Oh isn't yet another calm gone for. I know that. True. Although you don't stamp prices are gone up but it's still one of the best deals Bono beginning yeah well you know I was a kid and you were kid two of Dutch. They won't get Fortier that's a long three cents three cents three cents cents back in pony express case pay. Which that kinda TARP but I have to. Well listen we have about we have a special caller on the line right now and at that would be end from Neptune harvest good morning and and more than ally is gored I'm glad you called in today and I wanted to make sure that our listeners know that there's a new line of products on the market. Police. For our area they'll be popping up in the garden centers all over the front range and the mountains and again is with that company is called Neptune service. In some world in Gloucester Massachusetts vote unfortunately with the patriots in Vegas clinic say congratulation for the great game thank you thank you very much. Ward location they're meant to position family live unloaded both that this war here Furyk. Bottom review of nineteen point in my grandfather bought him and my father in 1960. The lens. When he does he have to do that tried kids and now we know Lenin. Foley doing the motivation both similar seafood company. And then the big byproduct when you do that podium of the boat release shall lay the fish found thirty to 40% of the flag. And the thick independently developed over was being dumped out that he will only gonna lose business so. We try to be very utilizing and you can make a great fertilize their Wii Wii liquefied. And stabilize it all the same day comes up for both political pressure not Miley. And only am screeners go quad or you gonna come out like chocolate milk. And it just so perfect are you internalize it and although nutrients that plant will blow leads actually. Tell us how we ended up in the fertilizer business. And I love the name that tune service I mean it makes all the sense in the world could name. And the and we do the same thing with the crab and lobster shells we have the heat dry land grab a lobster shell. We're going ninety sevenths. Blue. And any time and so those who don't further commuter and people can still get their gardening questions answered up until 7 o'clock during the week. There you know excellent. Well thanks Betsy if you get a weekend do you care who you are okay. It's sounds good what do you say we we we go to them one of our main events here for this hour yes we do have a rose expert. In the studio. And now to really jammed in here. I mean we are we're really gonna lure elbow there at Australia and Korea are different and only reservists and names I think we have a fellow whose name is David angered morning Dave good. Morning everyone until Slobodan by yourself especially as it relates to room reserves. Well. I've been a rose growers now for about 1617. Years. And I'm also a member of the Denver rose society so I'm. I'm inch thick with all these people that insist on throwing roses since two minute Winger Matt and enjoy it. And so. I I built several rose gardens in my. How else and they are vanity area. And just learned over the years and what. How to look at them and listen and trying to understand what they're trying to do. And so that's where I've kind of learned my gardening and now it. As for Rose Garden has filled up on starting to add some other kinds of plantings is. Hood you know bringing and beneficial insects and pollen Nader's some things and so. Gardening is a lot of fun. And since I've recently retired from the postal service's letter carrier and by the way if you lived in our that I. A senior rose from. And the Philly and now I have more time to it to go on and find. The mother nature battles that we've all been dealing with the European nuclear over the last month or so. Well that's kids. That's gonna never thought of that sort of page letter carrier might. Have firsthand knowledge of everybody's cars certainly aren't your router and probably other rights as well we have to rely on our mark one mod one homegrown. Garden. Know you drone. Zombie rooms that we saw my act. But I think firsthand knowledge is this from the even better. I like which he had to say there about about. Watching the plant listening to it. Paying attention to how it's reacting and responding accordingly. That is probably the hardest thing for people to learn to do. And I understand that image is it just has to do with spending that time you're garden. And enjoying what's going on. That. You look and watch each plant can kind of see what's coming on. For instance were coming up fund pruning time for roses and everybody always wants to have a lot of hard and fast rules about how to premier rose. And really all what's going on with pruning roses since you're just merely. Removing the old in the damaged in the dead to try and emphasize. The new growth that is is going to. Two could be excited about being there for you and a sense and so. My number one approach for pruning roses it is to first of all wait. I'm told the that the danger last frost is gone the real damage increases. And crushing down might be in early may and last year we had snow and freezing more of their Mother's Day for the second year in oh million euros. And so it's normal for us to get our last freeze is in May and sometimes it toward the middle of the month. And so it. Yes you can go out and trim back your plants I suppose the apologist can just go back out and do it again and so in general what I do when it's coming up bond rose pruning time I mean if everyone I'm growing like weeds right now which is just crazy it's just wrong. And we don't know any better but they don't know any better and one of the things with the most modern repeat blooming roses and think they're really not able to go normally dormant as we understand the word. This is one reason they're so quick to wake up when the weather warms and our area and start growing. But when it freezes they're gonna make it came damage so other stand damages here and there and so I'd like to wait. Until. It'll probably more toward the end of the month I think and so. At the same time April. Is our big month through December rose society for many events himself. Everyone wants to grab a pencil and paper and they're trying cover while we're here some of the things that were doing there were so we'll. Happy to have you. Join us with friends we have a couple of pruning workshop coming up at the end of the month. They're kids people a chance to come out with your current owners and prone to other people's roofs of you can go got a good and learn and nobody else is there Lance. Yes and that our man pruning of then this is the end of the month on Saturday the thirtieth at the Jefferson county detention center. And that's who applied the and that the gold an area and it's kind of garden itself around 6000 feet. Elevation and it's the only Rose Garden in the US it is tended by inmates. Debt that's been the Taj Mahal and Dexia is exactly where it is here until. Many of the. Detain ease so to speak we need. Work on the Rose Garden this way to help get early release and it's it's been a wonderful program we go up on Saturday morning on. April 30. And everybody's. There's no charge everybody is invited to and we go down and we prune their roses form and it's a chance to learn how to do it talk to other people. A oh they do it and and pretzel bits before you get really started in your own Rose Garden. And the best part of this deal the part I really like this is a feud this is that. To jail guard as we call me just demolish. Their plants. You still get to go home. They don't keep you in a note dated he didn't get to take the Dick cut stems from which there have been reluctant if you're out of there. Okay well while people get their pencil on paper handy. For taking notes. When we go answer a couple of questions on the phones here show and I will come back I think we really need to talk more about the pruning the difference these differences between. Climbing roses and the shrub roses and the minis. What. Those differences are and and how you deal with them and we'll talk about that as soon as we get back from answering some phone questions here starting we Julie. Good morning Julie. Morning if you have questions about daily is. I DI wet which it says Dahlia show that you are recommended a few weeks ago you like and an and I didn't think real money came in and really clicking it and can often she's brilliant and check out. I think it home when you think I think you go. Obama met at the show as I was checking out one of the wonderful family members told me. And take my uncle like thank you for Dolly at home and leave them in my kitchen with a bag open so that they can grieve. The candidate sitting in the theater shaking but they were sold and and even Philly like that until they got to monitoring the growth dynamic cramp them and pop store. Now I'm home a couple of bag is added sugars that are the true you changed your hole and giving relief off. Might like they're out moving. All of their substance inside and I'm not ruling it looks like they're rotting. I don't know what. Is wrong because they're not getting a lot of money here. They're in the theater shaving. I believe that sound good and they need all of that and later they get. I've I've wondered if the eyes were broken food. What can you keep your eyes on them. I didn't look I went I wanted to really helpful and he went around to help me pick up all the wonderful putrid for me in the nature I had good I don't know man. And it's still there. Along. Will reduce push through yeah there's still aria and yes it is that the neck emotionally you're getting bent over and like I can't believe that image field. They like morgue and make an empty pod kind of. That's why doesn't sound good loses and I don't know I don't know. You might you might try going ahead and putting it out at this point you might you have nothing to lose at this point. Perhaps is still has enough energy to put some routes out but it doesn't sound very promising. Planned film which formally named it didn't happen to all of them. Many if not nothing and a leader is spreading at my comment about the Baylor already. I typically never wait for them to sprout I usually go ahead and our women and Clinton sprout when they're ready. Went home and what I had done in the past but I didn't even when he actually don't know they would give them a try. They're right and I. I sort of tend to. To the same thing that keeps it doesn't that is part tomorrow. A water and then once confirmed they don't watermark Kiev. Later I really really start growing and disloyal storage drive. Ten dual over putt. You know don't don't take this small tube were included an eight inch putt because there's going to be a big Dahlia. The start with the start with a four inch putt or something that just fits that to her. So they don't have a whole lot of soil around something with no routes that are established and it stays wet wet wet for way too long. The idea could pop them up into larger pots as they grow. Okay. You know that's a website can think of to do it just point and input your hearts into it Peter core. Force lately warm area. Lots of light. OK okay. Although all right well much you're you're welcome by the way. Everything little birdie care we will come back where it says David Ingram and other what's more of your questions as well and we have. Well I know zero was questioned but have you ever rose question now home there's a time to get in here. And and ask Dave about it 336311430. That's our phone number that's Dave's phone number as well and will be back Fred if this song the only crews in 1430. This is the number one Garden Show in Colorado as the garden grows with Jim Borland and keep phone. Join the conversation at 3036311430. Right now for free advice to be guaranteed at least what you pay for it. Now back to show. And back to the show indeed we are we're back with Jim Borland that's making fun sets him on the other guy in this period that you can't say because he's way off from the corner Dave in Ingram it is all countries took part Bruce's I'm sure glad you're here today Dave I think we were putting a lot of questions and when you talk about the rise in stamp prices. Let's say that since they've friends I'm right after a meal. Four days actually the thing is now that I am not a letter carrier anymore it's costing them more to get it done. Oh isn't yet another calm gone for. No not true but it. Although you don't stamp prices are gone up but it's still one of the best deals Bono any idea what you know I was a kid and you were kid two opposite. There's one yes 400 that's a long three cents three cents three cents that's beckon pony express case pay. What's that kind of talk that app and. Oh listen we have about we have a special caller on the line right now and and that would be and then from there to harvest good morning and and Mona now why is gored I'm glad you called in today and I wanted to make sure that our listeners know that there's a new line of products on the market. Police. For our area they'll be popping up in the garden centers all over the front range and the mountains and again is with that company is called Neptune service. Thin well in Gloucester Massachusetts vote unfortunately with the patriots in Vegas clinic say congratulation for. Great game thank you thank you very much. Ward location they're meant to position family live unloaded both that this war here for. Bottom review of 1920s my grandfather bought him and my father in 1960. The lens. When he does he have to do that I can't even though Leo lemon and well we do enough motivation both similar seafood company and as a big byproduct when you do that early unload the boat release shall lay the Finnish time. Thirty to 40% of the filet. And the things independently developed over was being dumped out that he only got another is business sales. We try to dispel utilizing and you can make a great fertilizer we we let's try it. And stabilize it all the fame that comes up for both political pressure not Miley. And only I'm screener told quad or you're gonna come relic chocolate milk. And it's just a perfect salary internalize it then all the nutrients that plant will blow leads actually. So that's how we ended up in the fertilizer business. Hello the name that tune service I mean it makes all the sense in the world could name. And yeah and we do the same thing with the crab and lobster shells we have we dry land grab a lobster shell. I'm Peewee I showed external world blunder ocean water one time limit we're confident they beat mineralized thanks so. He has the product promotion. And it's the real cold dark queen laughter Atlantic Ocean water where these edition Maine lobster and Democrats slam. So it's and the Peewee Lily I was so it's just really mineral rich and full of although nutrient that's really. Make plants thrive more than cylinder shared my dream botrus potassium. We'll tell us about some of the specific products out there and you have. You have products that are specific to vegetable gardening. Yeah we know Lou we have a great essentially illustrates seaweed liquid and the sixteen lead boy and that and then I'm. Live will have the dry crab and I grabbed show and the dried seaweed as well over a year would then expanding my mind do. Accommodate our customers' needs. So would come up with a tomato and hedge formula. More for the vegetative state of the plant and then the road and flowering formula for the plowing by me. Cycles of the plant and we have a law and fertilizer firm turf formula. And the launch starter so we're still keep in mind expanding in trying to. Listen to the feedback from our customers rendered I new product there they could benefit from. I'm looking forward using it this year and you sent us some samples. And I'm I'm looking forward to using any. Things respond I am I am. Very optimistic. It's amazing it really is I mean if you go to legislative vote to accept the O'Neal stage its protection of people and that we have. Well really a huge following of guy and pumpkin growers believe got to grow in 2000 how can you found out you know I'll move. 200 pound watermelon man that's huge tomatoes and beautiful flowers they're really brings up a color. In the face and hear your macro nutrient but I also have micro nutrients Trace elements amino acids vitamins and I am. Growth hormones that are naturally in fish around until May Doyle told the natural progression rather it's the stomach. He put it on the before you early in the morning and all that nutritional scraped to leave them with them into the room phones. Showed solid build your soil in hopes just soil beneficial bacteria. And sees the microbe and all that. But it shipped all that nutrition goes straight into the plant they get more bank your bucket you can see results and they gonna play. Well that's that's an interesting point that you're making because so many of the products out there. And then have efficiency leader Nestor they are processed in such a way that all those beneficial. Traits are destroyed in the processing. Yeah the whole process really is she can't win efficiency cause you know with Blake fish river fish. It just doesn't have the minerals and nutrients that are in the ocean cash and if you think in Fisher molten led growth that Kelly that's about that at all. Because I realized they couldn't just come so much further than I feel fresh emotion and really doesn't know that at all. The only using one miles per gallon water. And then the announcer live on spraying it you don't know anything and even when it's spring in my heart good features some bad. And another really well this country and does not only fellow at the farmers fairly and then can keep a gallon drums to her family five gallon. Both those thirty and 4600 gallon tanker truck goes up below those big fire. And that's a lot of fish to process to make that much. Yes you know well as they can pound little diary which is everything look at people as efficient Gary lease that Pete Shipley the laureate Gary. That they can probably buried at make one gallon of fertilizer. Wow. OK okay and could you argue this your website address. Yet if I really easy just stand let lose with Thea Harman dot com. End we ultimate toll free number or Monday through Friday. But I need to go you call 80259. Or 769. Way and we really appreciate your call this morning I'm looking forward to talking to you again on the show. And I wanna encourage everybody out there were other shopping in their favorite garden centers this year to look for the brand new tunes harvest on the show take a look at it. And given a shot did you think we'd love to have your feedback. Thank you very much emigrate as you too and thanks for calling. You know my mind and accusing stuff there's a little bit like us back to the future because we all used to be underwater here that's true. But I don't think she talked enough about the cold processing so many of those products are key process. And it destroys so much of the beneficial. Properties. The product when you heat processed fish and sea weed in that sort of thing and it's so if you look if you do want to use. What would you call that it be an organic product but if you do what he's efficient as you look for cold processed products. And you get you get the maximum benefit out of and that way. So having said that. It's like sushi for your garden they can you know if that's at if at. Now. I wanna get back to Dave over here yes. You have you have some events that she wanted to tell people about. Well yes if we can take a minute for that. That. Next Saturday Honda. April 9 is the general rose societies big educational. Symposium. And this year we're calling the sim Rosie. And it's going to be at the Denver botanic gardens and Mitchell hall the afternoon. Give the admission fees and getting and that and come to Mitchell on the rest of its all free we're gonna have some. A featured speaker mr. Roger Heinz. Who we retired from Jackson and Perkins Joseph and so for the most part if you've grown Jackson and Perkins throws in the last few decades. It's truly huge development work that got it there and he's going to be talking to us about roses are so another talk on. It's a Mythbusters. For growing great grosses. We're gonna have all of our. Educators. And consulting rose variants that are doing many talks on various subjects it's a great opportunity come in with your questions. And interact with people who can make up better answers than I can help. But no we were here to help we'd like to share. The information and that's open to the general public you have to give rose society members not at all no. Just that in fact it's the reason we put it on as for the general public to come join us. We're going to have bare root growth is for sale that we like and think for more winter hardy and a lot of the others we're gonna. Some organic fertilizer. For mile high rose feet for sale just. To begin get into the spring yeah we're also going to be doing some classes there's one. After that country cared garden centers there's 1 this morning. At the location out west in our event I'm way out of 64 avenue on spring grove care. This there's another country fair location tomorrow which is. Down on. South Colorado boulevard were all have the speaker giving her class on spring grove care. So there is there's going to be a lot of opportunities. For people who. I'm enjoy road seems to come home and interact with. All crazies. So what are you know keep growing and I moved here from Kansas and we we grew roses there and they grew very well get I came here and it was. It was just a tour. And I just said yes forget it I have. I have children that caused me pain I don't need roses to cause me pain so let's just move on to something else but. Now I'm starting to give them a second look because there's so many great things out there a lot of the old fashioned roses for the airline type roses are becoming more popular success. The landscape type roses you don't just have to grow. Hybrid teas. No you don't and for a long time that's all there really was available. And an orderly keep up with the demand they were all intended to be grafted onto a different routes doc. And if she didn't handle properly and broke them properly they could be a problem I would like to teach people that. Any rose bush beat you by. If it's on its own roots and more and more of a more and are are getting more and more GCs through assistant and being easier to take care up here these should. Plant to branching point of that rose about an inch below the soil level. And if you go to a garden center and end up with a crafted grows emotionally hybrid teas the floor bond is and the grand floors which its whole. A big massive genetic material a lot of the climbers to. And a lot of the climbers are also grafted and make. They tend to be good down to about its own sex and so you're you're really marginal. Yeah they held a grown here she should put the graft union. Two to three inches. Below the soil level and this helps protect the heart of the plant it's growing and even more we have just. Horrific winter or bad freeze is like we had what November of twelve to fourteen. The planet even though the top growth is damaged and destroyed it still is able to grow back from underneath. I'm also big believer in mold shoots and trying to cover the hard of plants that are a little more tender. But you know that the thing is there's so many options out there and now there's a whole leash robes that are. Very winner hard you think grew up in Canada that are hard deep down to film three and McCain should be tent party. Mine never rose called William bathroom next don't the eight feet by eight feet. And I remember reporting that the rose society that after particularly stressful winner I had this much is two inches at the end of each of those stamps that I had to trim off from a wonderful old time lynch is on hold to mention. Until that there's I think the candidates like that there's also. Knew of the line of roses from Bailey's nurseries called easy only can throws is that many years to party down to zone for. And the user I column companion shrubs that fit into it general garden pattern and come up meant that they aren't little. Little diva stages for musicals three and four foot shrubs that are covered with. Modest size. Were rose flowers and of variety of stuff Hughes from all across the color spectrum there. Much easier to deal with you can dead head them off if you wander you can ignore them. And in the spring you go out with pros like this you cut that dad. The damaged in the disease port town. And you fertilize them and you get out of the way. That's a great way to look at it yes we'll look let's go let's go back out to the fund will come back Davone we'll talk a little bit more specific about prudent. I'm on some of these you know differences between climbers and the others right now we're about Larry on the line must talk about. Peach trees the morning Larry. Boy and say this may end. The poetry we could do go about Bernie. Retriever. And fifty that's right I'm from yeah task well. I converted my own and I did it. So I know in the pro owner okay. Genders. From birch. Bert show her show nursery. You're not familiar with that variety am afraid for the nursery. Pardon for the nursery. Floral. Food that doesn't mean any thing here now on the nurse or doctor they come and ago. It is it is OK ginger them and pray at the same page. A lot of them 18. I think anything. Typically indicates. The Coulter Varner. Number that was filed with the patent office if it's a patented grows. It did really isn't anything that. The general public ever pays any attention to was very zone and hardy to zone marked on the tag. We I look at that they're their web site under genders there's five. Okay US BA. OK who were five. Well I think it'd be worth a shot. Fluoride and says it makes there's a bunch of little thermometer. Build the blue and it's just birdied 600 chill hours. Pray tell but let me know. If if if if if if if if that refers to the number of hours typically we think of it there's this occurring in the fall and winter the number of our spent. Between. Or actor or around forty degrees. Which really isn't a big issue for us up here. It's more. Made. A measurement that southern peach tree growers need because. If you have made a peach tree variety that requires a lot of two hours to come at a Dorman C. You don't wanna grew at an Alabama. They're not gonna have them made two hours so they have through picks varieties that have lower. Total chill hours for them to grow. Does that make sense. OK yeah now we have if we planted a low chill our peach appear. What would happen would be dead in January when we get our warm spell it would start coming out of dormant state. And we don't want that either right now so for here the higher the two number two hours to better. Okay. And there are often relates to late blooming. Because the plant has to go through this number of July hours. And if it has an acquirer rollers kill ours when we get that warm period in late march. It will not come out of our say there's just not ready to Phoenix can't come out of dorm NC. Okay I've and that relates ventilator blooming which then relates to perhaps getting a crown this year because they they won't be subjected to a late freeze. That's enough that's in a perfect world yeah. What can you throw in all the variables. I think that that I think are not really expecting any production you know I wouldn't the first year infected foot tree yeah yeah and you should stick to make it's if it does well this year used to start studying up on. What to do when it starts coming in their fruit. You will not you do not let every fruit produced on the tree that's possible. Hey you know you don't need his dad is harmful to the tree. And that's attendance here but he wants as much fruit is again that's not the way to do it. Yeah you're better off thinning the fruit with peaches say they say that he offend them at least six inches apart. And he'll get larger higher quality fruit. And it won't and sort of a bunch of smaller plum sized speeches that way the tree down a break the branches. Which means at some point in the press as you'll be taking off probably by hand well over half the fruit that's produced. Get her out more early on yeah. But they've they go through a drop. Period where this fruit coming this flower they set fruit if fruit starts to grow and also do you see all the small fruit on the ground. And the tree goes through a natural shedding process of the excess truth is that it and make he'll probably still have to go through and do more. Paul. And then there's this thing with the tree is a standard for refer semite or for any of those semi poor so like we're good. Make it easier for you take care. Fifteen feet they twelve foot bridge needed to also wanna learn how to prune. They're not balloon like other trees no they're not. Okay yeah it's a pretty drastic pru re when they are approved. Not something we can really export explain. On the air. It you've best off finding a book on pruning fruit trees and looking at the diagrams tiger I mean he obviously pictures worth a thousand words. Okay. Or make connections with somebody on the west slope to pick up there any oh and go over there and watch them and even help them through some of their peach trees. You'll learn our watch yet the extension service is also very good resource. The county extension service. A good idea okay. And it's one more as far as the planning is it okay to planet now. Dormant. Well yeah I hit a box. It is it dormant. You well know there are no greens she really had. Now you can't Clinton now than. I wouldn't okay what what are the roots here. And I remember after vodka I take a look at brewers say maybe just in in wood shavings. So you want upon it to you need to ask pondered out there Richard Starr did to us leaf out okay. Get up front yeah obviously I get it done that's big giant pond because pretty soon you'll be put him in the ground. So he had just a large enough fun for the root system to comfortably fit in but not huge. And he's a good quality potting soil. Don't plans if any deeper than what you can tell it was growing in the soil before you'll see you'll see a mark on where there's that marked changes color. And in the senate outside for nice day reserve and then bring it in if we're gonna go down below freezing. I've been keeping them abroad against a warm wall you. Trouble we will work. Yeah. But if it's sleeping out you're gonna need to have it's gonna happen to have light. OK I was wondering about yeah any good starter anything special when planting is wandering in there's watered them. OK okay and then on your guest fees mentioned something a moment ago about eight. That's. Rose proved project because he really earned by the all yeah that was. Be it oil stay in this month. Pretty much the last Saturday. And we'll monitor and there's no charge for its kind in the back parking lot. Underneath. Hi in the sheriff's complex building and there will be a map about that on. Our website and your welcomed a bring your pro owners and you know we can get a little chilly there are sometimes so bring a hat and coat and bring your questions what kind of the start okay usually starts unknown in the morning. Okay so bring your coffee. Can do things for you call Larry and your gloves yeah. It's okay. All right thanks a lot and you weekend you're just so much. Everything a little break here and when we come back we're gonna take more viewer questions of our bruises and other things straight here on the all new crews in 1430. If every sure you own hasn't been junior plant and every vacation you've ever plan includes a stop to botanical garden this is the show for you. It's past the guard improves with Jimmy Key. Now let's start gardens with the Denver's favorite garden pass on the only cruising 1430. Parents where we have a couple more calls we have to get all the way before the top of the air so let's do it to it and they rose calls so that's perfect timing good morning pat. Yes good morning. Luckily help you this morning with you roses well I have a road. And I plan OK. About at the end of his feet and three years ago and it has never burn. I can't get a firm donated all that their hybrid Gurode therefore vendor. Okay and know that do you know the name of them know. I period in a way. Okay. Well let's see it's never bloomed how big does it get. Only kids but it's beautiful it's apparent that they can't fully you know get three to four feet high end. Why didn't has firmly Foley says try. So it doesn't send out like big long grows they get six or eight feet long or anything like down. There are part of it and I did because those things. We are half. Well sometimes what happens when you get one of those floor blunder grocers food you know. The ones that he get the nursery senators is that they've been grafted onto a different route stock. And when you plant a rose particularly in the fall it can it be a little tougher of the plan to get properly we. Rooted before the real tough winter sets that. And so it it does sound a little bit if it's never bloomed in your cutting it back like that that what is possibly happen this during that first winner. He. They crash to hard at the top. Blue. Just basically died from the winner that it was subjected to and what's growing now always what we call the under stock worth the rule. Root stock the regional growth. And the most common one that you run into it that way is called doctor Huey and it sends out. These canes and when you cut them back all the time since it's a once blooming rose when you cut them back all the time. Then you're cutting off does that potential for flowers. And if it has not lowered in the three years you've had it. And probably that a regional variety that you had is this kind of we say no longer with us. And so I would recommend that you. Just do what we call in the Denver rose society Schobel permanent I think. I don't get a is Schobel and dig it up and you throw away and you and then what you get to do it and this is one of my favorite parts. He get to go to your local nursery senator and you get to go shop and then new opportunity. And you know I'm delighted thank you very. And one other one other quick thing is that this new roads that you get. Take a look at it word branches and you'll see this not which is the grafted part of it. And when you plan to make sure you get their craft union safely underground a couple of ventures. And then cover it over and puts a mulch on top. And that's what I do to keep from running in to doctor Hugh we don't. Doctor Healy is the only doctor I know that makes house calls. And you've got a house cold that you need to get rid of it very. And I pray that our pets you can also look for roses that are on their own roots yeah and then you don't have to worry about to graft. I hope and ask to people at it is. Nursery senators and go to. Tell them what you're looking for her own roof for assists Kraft didn't get done to help you pick it out you'll learn really quickly how to spot the difference. Saying it delegate count right eh yeah okay thank thanks for Colin pat I don't think they can help provide. I knew we manage time only if anything and everything we want to do about it yeah I'll weld them. Time flies when you're helping find his chair. Now that it's over. You can everybody can go work in their card did absolutely. Actually won one course Armenian border what we think about. Stroke real Gurney. When are big fans that if you have. Additional questions of why they're called back next week we'll handle them. In the meantime thanks for listening enough for kids are being this year remembers always keep your show will serve and be careful where you're able you'll be back next week so save your questions for this stationary. Labored food and its it's. We're gonna give away one of these devices. And one of these little smokers along with a two pound pack of wood pellets. That's enough to get you started theirs it's worth about thirty bucks I've tried the mosquitoes trying to Hickory and hide the cherry. And I try again. Well I just use some of the Hickory here the other day. We've done little device and a they Hickory flavored volatility decree polyps and a flavor there are. View real decreased. And we did a port can make some southern style barbecue so. He had a trend in ski that is good and I love mosquito bird fish. So let us. Let's not get done away on the program today to some lucky caller here we got in a monoline inland has a link somewhere on our porch there hi there AM. 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