Londeree, Nenette
September 2010
American Rose;Sep/Oct2010, Vol. 40 Issue 11, p16
The author offers advice on how to increase the bloom of a rose garden despite having a limited layout. She recommends covering gaps or open areas of the garden with miniature and climbing roses. Planting roses with a brief repeat cycle and hybridizers with special characteristics is also suggested. The author also presents tips on what to consider in choosing and buying roses.


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