Easy Roses for North American Gardens
Noted horticultural writer Tom Christopher takes the mystery out of selecting the right rose for your climate, soil, and garden style, no matter where you live. Includes an 85-page gallery of over 150 easy-to-grow roses.
11 pages matching nutrients in this book
Results 1-3 of 11
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Smith and Hawken One Hundred English Roses for the American Garden
Clair G. Martin
Limited preview - 1997
Compost This Book!: The Art of Composting for Your Yard, Your Community, and ...
Thomas Christopher,Marty Asher
No preview available - 1994
The Easy Pleasures
Meet the Consultants
19 other sections not shown
alba roses alkaline bare-root roses blossoms Botanical Gardens bud union bush CaH2 Canada Canadian zone canes CaP2 Clair Martin climates climber color compact cultivars cut flowers early summer easy roses everblooming fertilizers FLORIBUNDA ROSES ft 9m fungal diseases garden roses Griffith Buck ground cover growing growth hedge hips Huntington Botanical Gardens hybrid tea infected leaves Malcolm Mike Midwest Mike Shoup miniature roses Minnesota Landscape Arboretum Moderate Disease Resistance MODERN SHRUB ROSES mulch Noisette North nursery nutrients organic P. A. Haring pests petals pink planting hole powdery mildew pruning rebloom Recurrent Fragrance regional consultant Regional notes Rocky Mountain West rootstock Rosa rose's rosebush rugosa roses season Slight Disease Resistance soil pH soil test Sources Southeast Southwest species roses specimen spray spring stems Strong Disease Resistance Suggested treatments tall Bloom tolerates Trevor Cole upright shrub USDA zones USDA zones 5—9 vigorous wide Bloom winter yellow zone 6 Pedigree