Rose Chat Podcast

2020-06
Ping Lim: A Life Dedicated to Roses

Sunday Jun 21, 2020

Ping Lim: A Life Dedicated to Roses   Today we are joined by Rose Hybridizer Ping Lim. As many of you know, Ping is the Hybridizer of the very popular Easy Elegance Collection of roses and a new line of roses called True Bloom.   Ping has devoted his life to researching and developing roses, and has created hundreds of varieties. Listen in as Ping shares his story.      ABOUT PING...   Ping has devoted his life to researching and developing roses, and has created hundreds of varieties renowned for their color, fragrance, hardiness, and disease resistance. He believes that a good rose is one that brings beauty, joy, and health to the people and the planet.    His mission seems simple: Design stunning roses that can be grown by anyone, any-where, without any harmful chemicals. But this goal is more complicated than it sounds. Ping has exceptionally high standards for quality, and often submits his varieties to more than ten years of field trials before releasing them to market. His varieties have been tested all over the United States—from the hottest deserts of Arizona to the rainiest valleys in Oregon, and spanning the bitter winters of Boston to the humid summers of Florida—and in numerous countries, including China, Japan, Taiwan, France, Italy, Germany, Russia, and the United Kingdom.   More on the True Bloom Collection here.   https://true-bloom.com       Listen to any episode anytime online for FREE!   OUR HOSTS: Chris VanCleave - www.RedneckRosarian.com Creator of the Rose Chat Podcast. Mr. VanCleave is a nationally known rosarian, speaker and advocate for the rose.  Teresa Byington - www.TheGardenDiary.com Co-Host Teresa Byington is a Consulting Rosarian, Master Gardener, writer and a member of the Board of Directors of the American Rose Society. Her garden is a large cottage garden filled with roses and their companions.    Subscribe to Rose Chat Podcast Updates: http://bit.ly/subscribeROSE Join us on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.    VISIT OUR SPONSOR: Haven Brand Soil Conditioners http://www.ManureTea.com/shop

Shauna Moore: SHARING PUBLIC GARDENS DURING A PANDEMIC | Voices From The Garden

Monday Jun 15, 2020

SHARING PUBLIC GARDENS DURING A PANDEMIC Shauna Moore   Today we chat with Shauna Moore, the Horticultural Supervisor of Colonial Park Gardens in Somerset County, New Jersey. She is also the curator of the beautiful Rudolf van der Goot Rose Garden. Shauna takes us behind the scenes of dealing with a pandemic as you work to make public gardens available to the public safely in a time when they need them the most.    About Shauna... Shauna Moore is an enthusiastic rosarian who works as the Horticulture Supervisor for Somerset County Park Commission and Colonial Park Gardens where she curates the internationally acclaimed Rudolf W. van der Goot Rose Garden. Born and raised in Minneapolis, Minnesota, she holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of Minnesota in Horticulture Science and Landscape Architecture.  Shauna's love has always been roses–particularly the old, rare, prickly, fragrant ones– and focuses hard on public enjoyment and the care and cultivation of roses.  She is a member of a number of rose groups and societies. She currently resides in Lambertville, NJ with her two dogs and a guy named James.         About the Rudolf W. van der Goot Garden... The Rudolf W. van der Goot Rose Garden is one acre in size and contains more than 3,000 roses of 325 varieties. As an accredited All-America Rose Selections (AARS) display garden, it is entitled to display AARS award-winning roses one year before their release to the public. The garden was named in honor of Rudolf W. van der Goot, the first horticulturist with the Somerset County Park Commission, as a tribute to his efforts in designing and developing the garden.   Link to more information here... https://www.somersetcountyparks.org/parksFacilities/colonial/RoseGarden.html   VOICES FROM THE GARDEN A series of broadcasts by gardeners who share with us an intrinsic mix of life lessons, faith stories, and glorious gardening adventures, exclusively on the Rose Chat Podcast. Do you have a story to tell? Record your experience and send it to us at RoseChatPodcast@gmail.com  _____________________________________________ THE SHOW: www.RoseChatPodcast.com Listen to any episode anytime online for FREE! Our Hosts:Chris VanCleave - www.RedneckRosarian.comCreator of the Rose Chat Podcast. Mr. VanCleave is a nationally known rosarian, speaker and advocate for the rose.  Teresa Byington - www.TheGardenDiary.com Co-Host Teresa Byington is a Consulting Rosarian, Master Gardener, writer and a member of the Board of Directors of the American Rose Society. Her garden is a large cottage garden filled with roses and their companions.  Subscribe to Rose Chat Podcast Updates: http://bit.ly/subscribeROSE Join us on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.  Visit Our Sponsor: Haven Brand Soil Conditionershttp://www.ManureTea.com/shop

Andrew Barocco: A MILLENNIAL'S THOUGHTS ON ROSES

Monday Jun 08, 2020

A MILLENNIAL'S THOUGHTS ON ROSES Andrew Barocco Today we talk with a millennial about the future of roses and how they fit in with their lifestyle and culture.    ANDREW BAROCCO... Andrew Barocco holds dual positions, one in academia, and the other in industry, as both a graduate student under Dr. David H. Byrne in the Horticultural Sciences department at Texas A&M University, and the Director of the Breeding & Production Manager at The Antique Rose Emporium respectively. He grew up in the Acadiana region of Southern Louisiana where he was strongly influenced by the Cajun culture and his Cajun heritage. He graduated from Louisiana State University in 2016 with an undergraduate degree in Horticulture. Also while at LSU, his undergraduate research successfully evaluated exotic sweet potato germplasm lines for new sources of insect resistance. Also while at LSU, he restored the Ornamental Sweetpotato Breeding Program and developed hybrid lines containing both ornamental foliage and commercial grade US No.1 storage roots. These sweet potatoes were patented by LSU and released by Concept Plants as the “Treasure Island” Series. The Treasure Island Series is also the recipient of the 2020 Green Thumb Award™. He moved to Texas in 2017 to pursue his graduate degree under Dr. Byrne. His research is to determine the genes responsible for thornlessness in roses. Not long after moving to Texas, he began work at The Antique Rose Emporium. There, he took up the reins of reinvigorating the breeding program by making wide and difficult species crosses and working with rare varieties in order to introgress new and valuable traits into commercial and old garden roses. Andrew is a (CNLP) Certified Nursery and Landscape Professional; placed as the 1st Overall Individual in the J. Benton Story Horticultural Judging Contest at the ASHS – Southern Region Conference 2015, and has served as the Student National President of the (ASHS ACB) American Society of Horticultural Science, Association of Collegiate Branches in both 2015 and 2016. In 2017 he was the winner of the William C. Welch Landscape Horticulture Scholarship. In 2019 Andrew became the recipient of the Rising Star Award from the American Rose Society. Occasionally involved in student government, at LSU Andrew served as the Assistant Director for Campus Affairs and Sustainability from 2015 to 2016, and at Texas A&M he served as an emergency GPSC delegate, and a candidate for Student Body President 2018.  THE SHOW: www.RoseChatPodcast.com Listen to any episode anytime online for FREE anywhere podcasts are available.  Our Hosts:Chris VanCleave - www.RedneckRosarian.com Creator of the Rose Chat Podcast. Mr. VanCleave is a nationally known rosarian, speaker, TV personality and advocate for the rose. Chris is a trustee for the Educational Endowment Trust of the American Rose Society and serves as Marketing Director for the AGRS (American Garden Rose Selections) Teresa Byington - www.TheGardenDiary.comCo-Host Teresa Byington is a Consulting Rosarian, Master Gardener, writer and a member of the Board of Directors of the American Rose Society. She tends a cottage garden of more than 200 roses and all their companions. Subscribe to Rose Chat Podcast Updates: http://bit.ly/subscribeROSE Visit Our Sponsor: Haven Brand Soil Conditionershttp://www.ManureTea.com/shop This podcast is a production of the VanCleave Media Group, Birmingham Alabama

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