Brichet, Helga
September 2011
American Rose;Sep/Oct2011, Vol. 41 Issue 5, p38
The article presents information on roses from around the world. The team of Doctor Hikaru Iwata, a Japanese biologist who is a researcher at the National Argonomic Research Institute (INRA) station in Angers, France, is currently working on the puzzle of the gene in roses responsible for its ability to repeat blooming. "The Best Gardens in Italy. A Traveller's Guide," by Kristy McLeod with photographs by Primrose Bell is intended for tourists interested in gardening and garden history.


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