Londeree, Nanette
March 2010
American Rose;Mar/Apr2010, Vol. 40 Issue 8, p12
The article offers tips on protecting, feeding and growing roses. To reduce the pest and disease populations in the garden, it recommends dormant spraying. Information is presented on ways to make the soil healthy using organic material and soil amendments. It explains the value of giving fertilizers to rose plants. A list of the elements needed by roses for healthy growth is provided.


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