March 2009
American Rose;Mar/Apr2009, Vol. 40 Issue 2, p16
The article focuses on rose varieties that are blackspot-resistant. A background on the green movement is presented along with the heightened desire for disease-resistant roses. The background and characteristics of several disease-resistant roses are provided which includes Savoy Hotel (HARvintage), Pretty Lady (SCRivo), Bella Rosa (KORwonder), MaxiVita (KORfeining), and Romanze (TANezamor).


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