Blue rose quotes in a lot of bad advice
Blue rose roses are now a part of a new batch of bad tips, and it looks like the best of them are starting to show up in your inbox.
The latest batch of links are coming from the site of the British newspaper The Daily Telegraph, and they’re all pretty alarming.
The first link, for instance, claims the Rose Garden will have “one million roses” and claims that “there are more roses in this country than in any other country.”
And the second link is even more disturbing: “A rose garden that has a ‘one million’ population is no better than one that has no population.”
You can read the entire list below.
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The Daily Mail, meanwhile, has been accused of “making up a story” in its “latest story of the year” about a “new wave of rose garden sprays” that will include “a new generation of roses that grow in a more aesthetically pleasing fashion.”
The article, which was originally published last month, contains an excerpt from an article that was originally posted to the website of The Times, a British newspaper that also contains a list of links that have been debunked.
“The New Rose Garden Sprays are one of a number of new roses that will be introduced in the UK,” the article begins.
“Some of these sprays are designed to be easier on the eyes, and will also be available in other countries such as Germany, Italy and France.”
A lot of people are already on alert.
Read our article about rose garden tips to learn what to do if you’re getting a bunch of them.
The article then cites an article from The Guardian that claims “the most common mistakes in garden spray use are incorrect application, poor application, and spraying too liberally.”
The Daily Post has been similarly accused of being “fake news,” a phrase that can be a bit of a red flag for some people.
The Guardian, however, does offer some advice for people who find themselves in a situation where their garden sprayer seems to be doing things they didn’t do.
You can also find the full list of articles on The Guardian’s website.