Austin, David J. C.
November 2008
American Rose;Nov/Dec2008 Annual, Vol. 39 Issue 16, p16
The author expresses his passion for gardening and his approach to English roses. As noted, gardening has taught lessons to the author. Also, the breeding programs of rosarians like him are guided by the vision of the American Rose Society. Rose gardening, the author says, has its delights and rewards for gardeners.


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