Julia Child's Bon Bon

Streeper, Dick
January 2009
American Rose;Jan/Feb2009, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p58
The article features the life and the history of the rose garden of Julia Child, in Pasadena, California which is the American Rose Society Members' Choice Awardee for 2009. She owns Rose Story Farm which runs with more than 20,000 garden roses in the fields and a regular schedule of garden tours and educational events. It also adds that in 2004, one of the large section in the garden has been planted with the Julia Child Rose.


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