Reviews of Roses without chemicals: 150 disease-free varieties that will change the way you grow roses
|Positive||csandt||On Jan 25, 2016, csandt wrote:
\"Roses without chemicals: 150 disease-free varieties that will change the way you grow roses\" by Peter E. Kukielski launched my first timid foray beyond Knock Out and Drift roses to find disease-resistant roses that are also fragrant.
On January 25th, 2016, csandt added the following:
The introductory chapters of the book contains succinct and well written descriptions and examples of rose classes (e.g., Gallica, Damask, Alba, etc), suggestions for companion plants for roses (including plants that attract beneficial insects and plants that repel Japanese beetles), suggested roses for specific regions of the U.S., and guidance for growing roses sustainably.
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