Henry, Pat
November 2009
American Rose;2009Annual, p76
The author reflects on the miracles from her garden despite the storm that destroyed their property on June 16, 2009. An overview of the damages caused by the storm is provided. She recalls how her father built the garden while her mother built the home when she was a young girl. She relates how she developed her own garden in their property in Laurens, South Carolina with the help of her husband. She shares that Roses Unlimited, an own-root nursery she co-owns, has been free of damage from the storm.


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