January 2010
American Rose;Jan/Feb2010, Vol. 40 Issue 7, p18
The article offers tips on growing roses from readers across the U.S. Rosarian and exhibitor John Mattia suggests garden roses, hybrid teas for winter hardiness, and show roses. Tips for preparing rose plants for winter are also offered, including continued fungicide spraying and watering and making sure the ground is hard. The experience of a rosarian wife of pruning roses for the first time is also related.


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