200 Tips for Growing Beautiful Roses
The rose is surely the best loved and most written about of all garden plants, and for many gardeners, one of the most challenging to grow. The 200 tips provided here will bring fragrant, luxuriant roses within the reach of beginners, people who live in cold climates, people whose gardens are small or shady, and practiced gardeners in all regions who want to add striking varieties and plant combinations to their gardens. From the traditional showy hybrid teas and grandifloras to tough species roses, from musk and English roses to climbers and miniatures, there is a plant and a tip for every gardening need. Expert advice, wonderful design suggestions, and an irresistible array of rose varieties make this compact guide invaluable to everyone who dreams of gardening with roses.
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