Expert gives tips to achieve success a rose garden

Rose expert Frank Brines prunes a bush at the Rose Haven Heritage Garden in Temecula. Valley News/Paul Gallaher photo
Christina Macone-Greene Special to Valley News With so many flowers to choose from, roses remain a timeless choice to decorate any garden. Whether the garden enthusiast wishes to snip long-stemmed blooms to put on display inside the home or appreciate their scent and splendor outdoors, roses easily serve both purposes. Deciding to plant a rose garden may feel like an overwhelming task, but with the advice of Frank Brines, master rosarian from the American Rose Society, beginners can breathe a sigh of relief. Frank Brines is also a board member of the Temecula Valley Rose Society and ARS award recipient. “Roses have come to symbolize love, beauty and celebration, and they have been used in food, perfume and medicine,” Brines said. “Used for landscaping, the rose provide
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