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Miniature Roses

Post by tree68 on October 20th 2008, 9:02 pm

I've been working really hard on this special offer,
and I promise, it will be available soon.

But only on a very limited basis.

As a long time subscriber you will hear about it
first, and maybe the only time. I don't know if I will be able
to make this offer again, so make sure you check it out:

... you can be the "go to person" for Miniature
Roses in your town. Miniature Roses sell on sight!

You can buy them for as little as $1.25 each, pot them up
and resell them for as much as $11.00 or $12.00 each!

We have a guy here locally that does just that.

As a matter of fact, I stopped by his house, and in less
than 20 minutes I handed him $125.00 for 25 roses. He
gave me a good price because I was buying them at the
end of the season.

But here's the kicker. Earlier this year I bought 3 of his
roses from my friend for $12.00 each and I was so happy
with them I went back for more. That's when she sent me
to him. She buys them from him for $7.00, adds 5 bucks
to the price and sells them for $12.00.

What a great little plant!

You need very little room to run an operation like his.
Just a little tiny corner of your yard is all you need.


Add a Burst of Color to Your Landscape with
Miniature Roses

I just planted 25 in my landscape!

This plant has been the buzz of the Backyard Growers
Message Board for the past few weeks. Kathy and I
went to work and tracked down some wholesale sources
for the members of the Backyard Growers Group. I've
been encouraging them to grow and sell miniature roses.
They sell like crazy!

Miniature roses are excellent plants to add to your
landscape. They stay small so they can be used as
border plants, or in a small area you can plant 8 or 10
in a mass planting and mix up the colors. It's like
putting fireworks in your landscape!

Miniature roses are easy to care for. All they really need
is good soil that is well drained and one application of a
slow release fertilizer once a year. Osmocote makes a
14-14-14 fertilizer that releases over a period of 3 to 4
months during the summer and is perfect for feeding
roses. Most garden centers and some big box stores
carry Osmocote in small packages.

Here it is late October and my miniature roses are
covered with flowers and even more buds that haven't
even opened up yet.

Miniature roses are grown on their roots, so they don't
have sucker problems like other rose bushes. Any
growth you get on a miniature rose will produce flowers
identical to the rest of the plant. That's not always the
case with full size roses.

Miniature roses are not nearly as finicky as full size roses.
For the most part they are really easy to care for. All
they want to do is flower!

See if you can find some for your landscape. They can
be tricky to find, that's why I've been hounding the
Backyard Growers to jump on this hot seller and become
"the supplier" in your area.

(more personal stuff about Mike and Pam)

Have a great week!
-Mike McGroarty

P.S. The message board is here:

McGroarty Enterprises Inc.
P.O. Box 338
Perry, Ohio 44081

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