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Wild Irish Rose Women's Dark T-Shirt

Wild Irish Rose Women’s Dark T-Shirt

$25.99

There’s nothing tame about you and it’s time to wear it with pride. This passionate red rose and green clovers among the thorns describes you perfectly: "Wild Irish Rose." – The women’s classic t-shirt is comfortable, casual, but at the same time classy. This pre-shrunk t-shirt stays soft and durable wash after wash. With a wide range of size choices, women of all shapes and sizes will find their perfect fit. This women’s t-shirt is not only fashionable for going out, but also is perfect for lounging around in your sweats or pajamas. 100% cotton, Charcoal Grey is a 50% cotton/50% Poly Blend Standard Fit 5.6 oz

Skull and Rose Trucker Hat

Skull and Rose Trucker Hat

$14.99

Skull and Rose – Up for the long haul, our standard Trucker Hat features a resilient polyester foam front, and adjustable headband for the perfect fit. Adjusts from 17" to 24" Crown measures 4" 100% polyester foam front, 100% nylon mesh weave back

White Rose black t-shirt Dark T-Shirt

White Rose black t-shirt Dark T-Shirt

$25.99

This design is based on the the image in the White Rose Memorial in Munich dedicated to the students and faculty who gave their lives in resistance to the Nazis. Text is from the fourth leaflet of the – Our ultra-soft basic t-shirt offers comfort, durability, and less shrinkage. With a wide range of size choices, men and women of all shapes and sizes will find their perfect fit. This t-shirt is not only fashionable with jeans or pants, but also is perfect for lounging around in your sweats or pajamas. 100% preshrunk cotton, Charcoal Grey is 50% cotton/50% polyester

Yorkshire Rose baby thingy

Yorkshire Rose baby thingy

$18.99

What the well-dressed baby is wearing this season. – Babies love creepin’, crawlin’ and sleepin’ in our super comfy, 100% cotton jersey knit Infant Creeper. Infant clothes shouldn’t be hard to change, so our three-snap bottom helps ease those nasty diaper changes. Great baby stuff for your special little one. 5.5 oz. 100% cotton Three bottom snaps Standard T-shirt neck

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March 31st 2009
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How to Control Insects that Damage Rose Bushes

Rose bushes are susceptible to many damaging insects, including the rose midge larva, rose cane borer, stem girders, thrips, aphids, Japanese beetles, sawflies (or rose slug), mites, scale insects, caterpillars, and rose chafers, to name a few. There are several options for controlling these pests. [caption id="attachment_58" align="alignnone" ...
July 1st 2008
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How to Make Rose Beads from Rose Bushes

Have you ever wondered why the string of prayer beads used by Catholics is called a rosary? Well, the answer lies in the bush outside your window. Once, the beads in rosaries were made from rose petals. Many modern rosaries are made from wood, silver, or glass, ...
June 2nd 2008
Tags: Care, Growing Roses, Landscaping

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Composting Will Help Your Rose Bushes

One of the very best soil amendments to use for rose bushes—or any other plant in your garden—is compost. Using compost improves soil structure, texture, and aeration and increases the soil's water-holding capacity. Compost loosens clay soils and helps sandy soils retain water. Adding compost improves soil fertility ...
May 6th 2008
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Fertilizing Your Rose Bushes

Fertilizer is, simply put, food for roses. And roses love to eat. If you feed your bushes a healthy, nutritional diet, they will take the fertilizer and turn it into big, beautiful blooms. Here’s how to do it. (Note that if you get the bushes initially through a ...
April 17th 2008
Tags: Care, Growing Roses

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Pruning Your Rose Bushes

When it comes to roses, good pruning is essential to good health. Pruning removes dead wood, controls the shape of your bush, and encourages vigour and healthy flowers. The time to prune is in late winter while your bushes are still dormant, just before you put down ...

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