Mills, Ted (a/k/a RoseDoc)
January 2009
American Rose;Jan/Feb2009, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p82
The author discusses new activities for rose enthusiasts for the year 2009. The author says that gardeners should first and foremost, resolve to maximize their love for roses so strongly that nothing will keep them from growing the best specimens available. He also comments that to achieve this goal, one should take the time and become dedicated and committed in any way, which includes being active in activities nationwide. He also adds that the most important thing is sharing roses with others, a gesture which provides the warmest feeling of all.


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