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Anderson, Lynn
I never promised You a Rosegarden

Der "Rosengarten" steht in diesem Song als Synonym für "Paradies".

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Anderson, Lynn (Biografie)


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Botanical Name listing of Plants

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The alpha listing contain thousands of plants with useful information about your plant of interest. Do you want to learn how to plant a shrub, tree, perennial or a vine? You can learn how hardy the plant is before you plant it in your garden. Do you want to know the common name of the plant... it's provided.


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davesgarden
Dave's Garden
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3P rooting system


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quadrate | quartered | quartered form | quartz | quick lime


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rabbit manure | rabbiteye | raceme | rachilla | rachis | radial flower | radial spine | radical | radicle | radicums | railing hanger | railroad tie | rain barrel | rain gauge | rainbow | rainfall | rainforest | raised bed | rambler | ramet | ramose | rampant | rampion | ramps | ramuliferous | rank foliage | raphe | ratchet pruner | ratoon | ray flower | rebloomer | reclaimed land | recurved | red wriggler | reduplicate | reed | reel mower | reflexed | regular flower | rejuvenate | rejuvenation | rejuvenation pruning | relay planting | remontancy | | renewal pruning | reniform | renovate | renovation pruning | repent | repetition | replum | repot | residual | residue | respiration | resting period | resupinate | retaining wall | reticulate | retrophyllum | retrorse | revert | revolute | revolving sprinkler | rhachis | rhizanthous | rhizocarpic | rhizocarpous | rhizogenic | rhizome | rhizophagous | rib | ribes | riddle | riding mower | rind | ring culture | ringing | riparian | ripe | ripewood cuttting | river rock | rivulose | rock garden | rock phosphate | rockery | rockery trowel | rockwool | rogue | roguing | rooftop gardening | root | root ball | root crops | root crown | root cuttings | root grafting | root hair | root irrigator | root pruning | root rot | root zone | root-bound | root-knot nematode | Rooted cuttings | rooting hormone | rootstock | | rose chafer | rose fertilizer (recipe) | rose hip | roseraie | rosette | rosetum | rostellum | rosulate | rotary mower | rotary spreader | rotenone | rotor hoe | rototiller | rotted straw | rough grade | row cover | Royal National Rose Society | rufous | rugulose | ruminant | Run off | runcator | runcinate | runcinate leaf | runner | runner bean | runoff | rust


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sabadilla | sabulous | sagittatum | saliferous | Saline Sodic Land | saline soil | salsuginous | salt hay | salverform | samara | sandy soil | sanitation | sap | sap-sucking insects | sapling | saponin | sapropel | saprophyte | sapwood | sarcocarp | sarment | SASBE | SASE | Sausage dam | savanna | sawdust | saxicole | saxicolous | scab | scaffold branch | scale | scaly | scandent | scape | scape blasting | scarecrow | scarification | scarify | scarifying | schizocarp | scientific method | scientific name | scion | sclerenchyma | scooping | scorch | scoring the base of the bulb | Scoville | scratching in | scree | screening | scrub | scuffle hoe | scurf | scurfy | scythe | SE | seashore garden | season extender | seaweed extract | secateurs | secondary flowering | secret garden | secund | sediment | seed | seed accession | seed cleaning | seed drill | seed purity | seed tape | seed tray | seedbed | seedhead | seedheads | seedling | seedpod | seepage | seismonasty | selective herbicide | 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| skirt | slaked lime | slat house | slater bug | slip | slope | slough | slow-release fertilizer | slug bait | slug barrier | slugs | smudge pot | smut | snag | snail | snow load | snow mold | soakaway | soaker hose | sod | sod cutter | sod kicker | sodic soil | soft paving | softwood | softwood cutting | soil | soil analysis | soil ball | soil classification | soil crust | soil drench | soil fertility | soil food web | soil mark | soil pasteurization | soil pH | soil polymers | soil sample | soil sterilizing | soil structure | soil temperature | soil test | soil texture | soil-borne disease | soilless mix | solar vent | solar-friendly tree | solar-heated plant teepee | solarization | solitary | solitary inflorescence | soluble fertilizer | soluble salt | sooty mildew | sori | southern grasses | sow | sow bug | sowing | soybean meal | spade | spadiceous | spadix | spathe | spatulate | spear | species | species diversity | species rose | specific epithet | specimen plant | spent | 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superior ovary | superphosphate | supersweet | support | surculum | surface roots | sustainable agriculture | swale | swamp | sweating plants | sweet soil | symbiotic | symmetrical planting | sympetalous | sympodium | synanthous | synconium | synoecious | synonym | synsepalous | systemic


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v.fr. | variable | variegated | varietas | variety | varmint | vascular | vascular bundle | vascular plant | vector | vegetable | vegetable garden | vegetable marrow | vegetative growth | vegetative propagation | vein | veining | velamen | venation | venous | ventilation | ventilator | ventral | verdigris | vermicomposting | vermiculite | vermiculture | vernal | vernalization | vernation | verticellate | verticil | verticillated | verticillium wilt | very full form | vestigal | vestigial | VFN | viability | viable | victory garden | villifolius | villosa | vine | vintage | virescence | virgate | viricide | viridescent | viruliferous (of vector) | virus | virus-tested | virustatic | viscid | vista | vitamin | vitamin b1 | viticulture | vittate | viviparae | viviparous | viviparously | vivipary | volcanic rock | vole | volunteer | volunteer seedling


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wall bracket | wall o'water | wall planter | Wardian case | warm season grasses | warm season vegetables | warm temperate | wart | wash | washed sand | waste area | water farming | water feature | water garden | water meter | water mold | water plants | water requirement | water sprout | water table | water-logged | waterfall | watering | watering in | watering wand | watermark | watershed | wattle | wavy | weather forecasting | weather-proof | weathering | weed 17 weed and feed fertilizer | weed control | weed eater | weed tea | weeder | weeding | weeping form | wet meadow | wetlands | wettable powder | wetting agent | wheelbarrow | whip | whip graft | whirligig | whiskey barrel | whiteflies | whorl | wick | wide row planting | widger | wildflower | wildflower garden | wildlife garden | willow water | wilt | wind | wind break | wind chime | wind-rock | windfall | window box | windthrow | wing | wings | winter annual | winter solstice | winter sowing | winterize | winterizer | winterkill | witches' broom | wither | wood | wood ash | woodland garden | woody | woody ornamentals | woody perennial | woody stem cuttings | woolly | worm | worm bin | worm castings | wound paint | wounding | WOW | wrinkle


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x | xanthophyll | xenia | xenogamy | xeric | xerophyte | xerophytic | xylem


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yard | yard waste | yellow | yellowing


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zen garden | zig-zag | zinc | zone | zoo animal manure | zoochoric | zoophyte | zygomorphic | zygote


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Garden Glossary

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Gardening: a disease for which there is no cure. Caught by association with other gardeners, reading books, enjoying botanical gardens, watching garden shows or making frequent stops to local nurseries. Also by taking road trips to far away garden spots. No complete treatment, if any at all.

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This glossary has been composed to help both the beginner gardener and those who have been gardening for a while. It's nice to know what everyone's talking about.

Gardening: a disease for which there is no cure. Caught by association with other gardeners, reading books, enjoying botanical gardens, watching garden shows or making frequent stops to local nurseries. Also by taking road trips to far away garden spots. No complete treatment, if any at all.

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CLOCHE | CLONE | CLUB ROOT | COLD COMPOST | COLE CROPS | COMMON NAME | COMPACTION | COMPANION PLANTING | COMPLETE FERTILIZER | COMPOST | CONIFER | CONSERVATORY | CORDON | CORM | COTYLEDON | COVER CROP | CREEPER | CROCKING | CROSS | CROSS POLLINATION | CROWN | CRUCIFER | CULINARY HERB | CULTIVAR | CULTIVATE | CULTIVATION | CULUN | CUT BACK | CUTTING | CYCAD | -D- | DAMPING OFF | DAPPLED SHADE | DARK-DEPENDENT SEEDS | DAY LENGTH | DAY NEUTRAL | DEADHEADING | DECIDUOUS | DETHATCH | DIBBLE | DIEBACK | DIOCECIOUS | DIRECT SEEDING | DISBUDDING | DISH GARDEN | DISTILLED WATER | DITHER | DIVISION | DORMANT OIL | DORMANT PERIOD (DORMANCY) | DOUBLE DIGGING | DOUBLE FLOWER | DOUBLE POTTING | DOWNY MILDEW | DRAINAGE | DRAWN | DRIFT | DRIP IRRIGATION | DRIP LINE | DRUPE | DWARF | -E- | EDGING PLANT | EFFLORESCENCE | ENDEMIC | EPIPHYTE | EROSION | ESCAPE | ESPALIER | EVAPOTRANSPIRATION | EVERBLOOMING | EVERGREEN | EVERLASTING | EXOTIC | EYE | -F- | F1 | F2 | FAMILY | FASCIATION | FERTILIZE(RS) | FIELD GROWN | FLAT | FLORE PLENO | FOILIAR FERTILIZER | FORCING | FOUNDATION PLANTING | FROND | FROST | FROST HARDY | FROST TENDER | FRUIT FLY | FULL SHADE | FULL SUN | FUNGICIDE | FUNGUS | FURROW | FUSARIUM | -G- | GALL | GARDEN DESIGNER | GENUS | GEOTROPISM | GERMINATE | GIBBERELLIN | GIRDLING | GLADE | GLASSHOUSE | GLEN | GLOCHIDS | GRADE | GRAFTING | GRANULAR FERTILIZER | GREEN MANURE | GREENHOUSE | GREENSAND | GROUND COVER | GROWING HABIT | GROWING POINT | GROWING SEASON | GROWTH REGULATOR | GYPSUM | -H- | HABIT | HABITAT | HAHA | HALF-HARDY | HALOPHYTE | HARDENING OFF | HARDINESS | HARDINESS ZONES | HARDPAN | HARDSCAPE | HAY | HEADING BACK | HEART ROT | HEAVING | HEDGE | HEDGE ROW | HEEL CUTTING | HEELING-IN | HEIRLOOM PLANT | HERB | HERBACEOUS | HERBACEOUS BORDER | HERBARIUM | HERBICIDE | HIGH SHADE | HILL UP | HONEY DEW | HORTICULTURAL OIL | HORTICULTURE | HORTUS | HOST | HOT CAP | HOT HOUSE | HOUSE PLANTS | HUMUS | HYBRID | HYDROPONICS | HYPERTURFA | -I- | IKEBANA | INDETERMINATE | INDIGENOUS | INFERTILE | INFLORESCENCE | INORGANIC | INSECTICIDAL SOAP | INSECTICIDE | INSECTIVOROUS PLANT | INSITU | INTERCROPPING or INTERPLANTING | INVASIVE | IPM | IRON CHELATE | -J- | JAPANESE BEETLE | JAPANESE GARDENS | -K- | KERNEL | KNOT GARDEN | -L- | LACEWING | LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT | LANDSCAPE FABRIC | LATH | LAYERING | LEACHING | LEADER | LEAF CUTTING | LEAF MOLD | LEAF ROLLER | LEAFLET | LEGGY | LEGUME | LICHEN | LIMBING UP | LITHOPHYTE | LOAM | -M- | MANURE | MANURE TEA | MARGINAL PLANT | MASS PLANTING | MASTER GARDENER | MICRO PROPAGATION | MICROCLIMATE | MICRONUTRIENTS | MICROORGANISMS | MILDEW | MIST PROPAGATION | MIXED BORDER | MOIST BUT NOT WET | MONOECIOUS | MOON GARDENING | MOWING STRIP | MULCH | MUTATION | -N- | NATIVE | NATURALIZED | NECTAR | NEEM | NEMATODE | NEUTRAL | NEW WOOD | NODE | NURSERYMAN | -O- | OFFSET | OPEN POLLINATED | ORGANIC | ORNAMENTAL | OVER POTTING | OVERSEEDING | -P- | PALMATE LEAF | PARASITE | PARTERRE | PASSALONG PLANTS | PEA GRAVEL | PEAT | PEAT POT | PEBBLE TRAY | PEGGING DOWN | PELLETED SEEDS | PERENNIAL | PERFOLIATE | PERLITE | PERMACULTURE | PETAL | pH | PHOTOPERIODISM | PINCH OUT | PIONEER PLANTS | PIP | PLANT LICE | PLANT PATENT NUMBERS | PLANTLET | PLEACHING | PLUG | POCKET GARDEN | POLLEN | POLLINATOR | POT BOUND | POTAGER | POTPOURRI | POTTING UP | PRAIRIE GARDENING | PRE-EMERGENT WEED KILLER | PRESSURE TREATED LUMBER | PROPAGATION | PRUNING | -R- | RADICUMS | RAISED BED | REED | | RE-SEEDING | RESTING PERIOD | RETAINING WALL | REVERT | RHIZOME | ROCK GARDEN | ROCKWOOL | ROOT BALL | ROOT CROPS | ROOT CUTTING | ROOT PRUNING | ROOT ROT | ROOT ZONE | ROOT-BOUND | ROOTING HORMONE | ROOTSTOCK | ROTATION | ROTENONE | ROW COVERS | RUN | RUNNER | RUNOFF | -S- | SALT MARSH HAY | SAP | SAPLING | SCALD | SCALE | SCAPE | SCARIFY | SCIENTIFIC NAME | SCION | SCOOPING (de-eyeing) | SEEDHEAD | SELF POLLINATION | SELF-SEEDED, or SELF SOWING | SEMI-EVERGREEN | SET | SHARP SAND | SHEAR | SHEET COMPOSTING | SHRUB | SIDE DRESS | SIEVE | SLIP | SLOW RELEASE FERTILIZER | SOAKER HOSE | SOIL AMENDMENT | SOIL LESS GARDENING | SOIL LESS MIX | SOIL POLYMERS | SOLARIZATION | SOLUBLE FERTILIZER | SOOTY MILDEW | SOOTY MOLD | SPECIES | SPECIMEN PLANT | SPENT | SPHAGNUM MOSS | SPICES | SPORE | STAKING | STANDARD | STEM CUTTING | STERILIZED SOIL | STIGMA | STOCK | STONE | STRETCHING THE ZONE | SUBTROPICAL | SUCCESSION PLANTING | SUCCULENT | SUCKER | SUN SCORCH | SUNKEN GARDEN | SWAMP | SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE | -T- | TAMPING | TAP ROOT | TENDER | TENDRIL | TERRA COTTA | TERRARIUMS | TERRESTRIAL | TETEUR | THATCH | THICKET | THIMBLE and THUMB POTS | THINNING | THRIPS | THUG | TILL | TIP CUTTING | TIRED SOIL | TISSUE CULTURE | TOPDRESS | TOPIARY | TOPSOIL | TRADE NAME | TRAILING | TRANSPIRATION | TREATED SEEDS | TROPICAL PLANT | TRUG | TUBER | -U- | UNDER GLASS | UNDERPLANTING | UNDERSTORY | -V- | VARIEGATED LEAF | VARIETY | VARIETY NAME | VEGETATION | VERMICULITE | VERNALIZATION | VERTICILLIUM | VFN | VIABILITY | VICTORY GARDEN | VIRUS | VOLUNTEER | -W- | WARDIAN CASE | WARM SEASON GRASS | WATER GARDEN | WEED | WET FEET | WETABLE POWDER | WHIP | WIDE ROW GARDENING | WILDFLOWER | WILT | WIND BREAK | WINDOW BOX | WINTER KILL | WOODLAND GARDEN | WOODY PLANT | WORM (eisenia foetida)


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Roses in my garden

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Modern Roses Misc. Articles


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Alphabetical Listing of Roses in the garden

| Alba Meidiland | Alchymist | Aloha | Altissimo | Ambridge Rose | American Beauty, Cl. | American Pillar | Baron Girod De L'Ain | Baronne Henriette de Snoy | Baronne Prevost | Belinda | Belinda's Dream | Belle Poitevine | Bermuda's Kathleen | Betty Boop | Betty Prior | Bewitched | Blanc Double de Coubert | Blaze | Bloomfield Dainty | Blossomtime, Cl. | Bobbie James | Buff Beauty | Caldwell Pink | Carefree Wonder | Cecille Brunner, Cl. | Charles de Mills | Chicago Peace | Clair Matin | Climbing Pinkie | Complicata | Cornelia | Doctor Robert Korns | Don Juan | Double Delight | Dortmund | Duchess d'Angouleme | Duchesse De Brabant | Dusky Maiden | Escapade | Europeana | Excellenz Von Shubert | F.J. Grootendorst | The Fairy | The Fairy, Cl. | Felicia | Fortunes Double Yellow | Francis Dubreuil | Francois Juranville | Fru Dagmar Hastrup | Gartendirektor Otto Linne | Georgetown Tea | Gold Medal | Gourmet Popcorn | Gruss an Auchen | Jeanne Lajoie | Kathleen | Kathryn Morley | Katy Road Pink | Kirsten Poulsen | Knock Out | Konigin von Danemark | Lady Of The Dawn | Lady Banks | Lady Waterlow | Lafter | Lamarque | Lavender Lassie | Lavender Pink Parfait | Linda Campbell | Lindee | Lyda Rose | Lyric | Madame Alfred Carriere | Madame Isaac Periere | Madame Plantier | Maggie | Maman Cochet | Marguerite Hilling | Marchesa Boccella | Marie Pavie | Marie Van Houtte | Marjorie Fair | La Marne | Mary Rose | Mermaid | Mlle. Franziska Kruger | Molineux | Moonlight | Moon River | Mon Cheri | Mothersday | Mrs. Anthony Waterer | Mrs. B.R. Cant | Mrs. R.M. Finch | Mutabilis | Natchitoches | Nearly Wild | New Dawn | Nymphenburg | Old Blush | Old Blush, Cl. | Paradise | Pat Austin | Perle D'Or | Petite Pink Scotch | Phalaenopsis | Pink Grootendorst | Pink Meidiland | Pinkie, Climbing | Pinkie, Cl. | Prosperity | Queen Elizabeth | | R. Wichuraiana "Thornless" | Raubritter | Red Cascade | Red Max Graf | Reve d'Or | Reveil Dijonnais | Rise N' Shine | Robin Hood | Rose de Rescht | Rosearaie de l'Hay | Russell's Cottage Rose | Salet | Sally Holmes | Sarah Van Fleet | Scarlet Meidiland | Scentimental | Sea Foam | Sir Thomas Lipton | Skyrocket | Sombreuil | | Super Dorothy | Sweet Chariot | Tausendschon | The Pilgrim | Therese Bugnet | Topaz Jewel | Tradescant | Vanity | Variegata Di Bologna | Veilchenblau | Weeping China Doll | Westerland | White Pet | Wind Chimes | Zephirine Drouhin


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Mirja's Garden

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