Brichet, Helga
September 2012
American Rose;Sep/Oct2012, Vol. 41 Issue 11, p34
The article discusses the highlights of the 12th International Heritage Roses Conference which was held at Sakura Rose Garden in Japan in May 2012. Members of the Ikebana Association renewed daily their floral works of art during the ikebana exhibition. A pre-tour to Kagoshima was held to view the Rosa multiflora adenochaeta in its natural habitat. Themes of the lectures include "New Topics and Projects in Rose Research" and "History of Roses."


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