Questions & Answers

Dickman, John T.
September 2008
American Rose;Sep/Oct2008, Vol. 39 Issue 15, p24
The article presents questions and answers related to roses and rose gardening, including the difference between a landscape rose and a shrub rose, the difference between potting soil and potting mix, and the process of grafting and budding tree roses.


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