July 2008
American Rose;Jul/Aug2008, Vol. 39 Issue 14, p32
The article features All-America Rose Selections' (AARS) winning roses for 2009. Carefree Spirit was hybridized by Jacques Mouchotte, director of research at Meilland International, and introduced by Conard-Pyle Co. Pink Promise is a hybrid tea rose chosen by the National Breast Cancer Foundation to officially represent a continual blooming promise of compassion and awareness. Cinco de Mayo is a disease-resistant variety hybridized by Tom Carruth.


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