Jones, Steve
September 2010
American Rose;Sep/Oct2010, Vol. 40 Issue 11, p24
The article presents information and suggestions regarding rose cultivation and planting. It presents some pictures of an unusual rose bloom sent by a concerned reader, for which was considered to be harmless. The article then lists the top twelve low-maintenance, high-yielding roses for USDA Plant Hardiness Zone 9b, selected by Carol Green of Brooksville, Florida. It recounts the experience of Lou Little of Vancouver, Washington, on the effects of changing microclimates on rose cultivation.


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