Tuesday, April 25, 2017
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Rose Garden
Rose Garden Magnificent rose garden in Japan. Amino Acids in Be-1 help enhance contrasting colors. This photo was taken in May. rok-flowers
Pierre de Ronsard Rose
Pierre de Ronsard Rose France loves Be-1 too. Pierre de Ronsard rose bush thrives on the amino acids. -Kanagawa, Japan. rok-flowers
Ethel Rose-Imai2
Ethel Rose-Imai2 Ethel Rose-Imai
Ethel Rose
Ethel Rose Ethel Rose-Imai
Ethel Rose
Ethel Rose This Ethel rose bush (more like 3x story tree) just finished blooming in Japan and loves the Be-1. Mr. Imai uses 3x heaping tablespoons of Be-1 every 2x months from early spring through fall. That's it! rok-flowers
Ispahan rose-2015
Ispahan rose-2015 Turk Ispahan rose from the Imai-residence in Kanagawa, Japan rok-flowers
Bulgarian Kazanlak varietal, Damask Rose
Bulgarian Kazanlak varietal, Damask Rose Damascus Rose, Bulgarian Kazanlak varietal fed with Be-1 from the Imai residence in Kanagawa, Japan rok-flowers
Ethel Rose
Ethel Rose Large Ethel rose bush at front entry of the Hitoshi Imai residence in Yokohama. rok-flowers
Ispahan-rose
Ispahan-rose Ispahan is a fragrant Turkish rose. rok-flowers
Kazanlik Rose
Kazanlik Rose In Bulgaria, Kazalik roses are famous for their scent. This bush is at the Hitoshi Imai residence in Yokohama. rok-flowers
Damascus Rose-Kazanlak Varietal
Damascus Rose-Kazanlak Varietal Damascus Rose, Kazanlak varietal fed with Be-1. rok-flowers
Yellow kimoko rose
Yellow kimoko rose Yellow kimoko rose bushes definitely fed with Be-1. rok-flowers
Ethel Rose Bush
Ethel Rose Bush 3-story "Ethel" rose bush close up. Each flower is roughly 2". rok-flowers