Plasz, Andrew
March 2010
American Rose;Mar/Apr2010, Vol. 40 Issue 8, p64
The author reflects on the education process for rose growers and rose enthusiasts. He describes the value of the columns by Charles P. Dawson which appears at "American Rose." He discusses the teachings of Howard Walters regarding the benefits of organics and manure in growing roses. Other rose growers and educators who have inspired him include Floyd Johnson, the head of Project 80s for the American Rose Society (ARS) and Lynn Arthur, curator for the Cook Park Memorial Rose Garden in Libertyville, Illinois.


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