Our busy season is ending and we are offering all our bare root stock at 30 and 35% off.

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From 30 to 35% Off all Roses!
 

It has been a long season for us at Wagner's; busy, tiring but also exciting, as our sales increase every year and we've supplied our roses to many old and new customers.


By now, you should have your roses in the ground, waiting for warmer days to come.


We'll sell our bare root roses for two more weeks; then we'll put a final end to our digging season, we'll start to organise the potted roses for Spring and Summer and to bud the new plants for next year. 


As you can imagine, we never stop here; growing roses involve all seasons and the production process is quite intense.

 
All Bushes: 30% Off

We are offering a big END OF STOCK SALE for the next two weeks, before closing bare-rooted roses' sale for this year.


30% Off all our bush roses, which means all 2019 and recent releases, Delbard, David Austin, climbers, groundcovers, miniature and old fashioned varieties still in stock.


To receive the discount, just place your order online and use this promo code at the checkout: ENDOFSTOCK19.

This promotion will last until 15th September.


On the left:

Paul Cezanne: it was $20.35 and it's now $14.25.

20.35  14.25
Small Standards: 35% Off

We also like to call them Patio Roses because they look great around a patio or an entrance, and they're perfect to create colourful layers if planted just behind bushes. 


They're small standards, with the stick 60cm/2ft tall and the roses growing on top of it, in the shape you decide (could be perfectly round or "as it comes").


All our 60cm/2ft Standards are now 35% Off, and their price is already discounted online (no need to use any promo code for them).


On the left: 

La Sevillana: it was $29.55 and it's now $19.20.

29.55  19.20

Hurray!  It's Spring!


Yes! It's officially Spring and everything starts happening now.


You'll see your plants waking up after a long winter and start growing, shooting and spreading their roots.

It's time to start looking after them, and these are some easy things to do this month.

Good weather for Aphids

Aphids represent one of the most common and frustrating pests for roses. They are most active in Spring and so are their natural predators: lacewings, hoverflies and ladybirds. 


The best plan of attack with aphids is to encourage their natural predators to thrive and let them keep the aphids under control. 

Using chemical pesticides will only kill both the aphids and their predators, which is counterproductive. 


Try picking off or squashing the clusters of aphids around the flower buds and new growth, or squirt them away with a jet from a garden hose.


If their population swells beyond a manageable number, the basic nature of a mild household organic detergent makes it perfect for getting rid of them. 


Dilute a few tablespoons of organic dish soap in a small bucket of lukewarm water and use a sponge or spray bottle to apply the mixture to plants where aphids have taken hold.

Did You Know...?

With the start of the warmer season, you have to remember to water your roses more often.


Did you know that roses' roots could be up to 2 metres long?


So, when you water your rose plants, always keep this in mind and water also a large area around the plant.

If you enjoyed reading this Newsletter, suggest it to your friends and rose lovers around you. 

We send out our News every 1st day of the month. 


If you have a question or a particular subject you want us to write about, please let us know. 

Send an email to brian@wagnersrosenursery.com.au and we'll do our best to help you.

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