Mills, Ted
January 2010
American Rose;Jan/Feb2010, Vol. 40 Issue 7, p82
The author discusses the need for rosarians to make or renew positive new year's resolutions and to commit these resolutions into action. The author suggests some resolutions including loving the growing of roses, doing everything possible to grow the local rose society as well as the parent American Rose Society, and encouraging growers to keep up their work despite severe weather conditions. He also suggests ways to grow the rose society including a sales program to entice young people to take up the hobby of rose growing and an awareness campaign.


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