November 2009
American Rose;2009Annual, p1
The author reflects on the gift of roses and why rosarians are willing to incur the costs of growing roses in their garden. Information is presented on an April freeze in a major part of the southeastern U.S. on rose growers. The author relates the requirements of roses for them to thrive. He describes his experience of growing roses with his wife, Nancy.


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