Rose Tips

Wyckoff, Jeff
January 2008
American Rose;Jan/Feb2008, Vol. 39 Issue 11, p16
The article presents information on several varieties of pink roses as well as tips on how to care for them. There are five colors of pink in the world of roses. There are light pink, medium pink, deep pink, orange-pink and orange-pink blend, and pink blend. Paul Shirville is an orange-pink hybrid tea from Harkness in 1983. Rejoice is a pink blend grandiflora from Tom MacMillan.


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