Dorling Kindersley, 2000 - Gardening - 160 pages
The American Rose Society's guide to the world's most beloved flower, illustrating every class of rose from ancient times to the present day. Hundreds of photographs present the kaleidoscope of colors and shapes found in the world of roses, including both old-fashioned and modern, with several examples illustrated on every spread. Brief but useful text accompanies each image to make this book a learning tool for those who may be new to roses, as well as long-time fans who'd like to discover new tidbits.--From publisher description.
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CONTENTS ARIIIUR DLSANSAI
OLD GARDEN ROSES
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19th century ALBA American Rose Society areas arrangement bears beauty bourbons bush canes class of rose climates climbing clusters container cross damask David Austin's disbudding disease dried Empress Josephine English Europe famous fertilizer floral floribunda flower form foliage fragrance France French hybridizer graft union grandifloras grow grower grown growth habit hardy high-centered hips Hybrid China Hybrid Kordesii hybrid musks hybrid perpetuals hybrid teas insects introduced leaves LEFT TO RIGHT Malmaison Meilland Meilland family miniature roses modern roses moss roses mulch multiflora name means Noisette nonrecurrent old garden roses opposite pace petals PIERRE-JOSEPH REDOUTE pink polyanthas popular prickles produce pruning remove repeat-blooming root system Rosa banksiae ROSA FOETIDA Rosa roxburghii ROSA RUGOSA rosarians rose classes rose show rose's scent season semidouble shrub silica gel soil species roses sport spray stems sucker tea roses TOP TO BOTTOM Tournament of Roses usually varieties vigorous yellow