March 2010
American Rose;Mar/Apr2010, Vol. 40 Issue 8, p18
The article presents tips on growing roses. Carol Macon of Colorado Springs, Colorado emphasizes the importance of identifying the type of roses that would grow in one's type of soil and environment. Some of the factors to consider before starting a rose garden are outlined. A list of the top ten miniature roses to dry for Susan Liberta of Normal, Illinois is provided. Some of the disease-resistant roses in San Diego, California, according to Jack Shoultz, chairman of the Good Earth R.O.S.E. Committee include Secret, Let Freedom Ring and Tuscan Sun.


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