Roses Without Chemicals

Roses Without Chemicals

150 Disease-free Varieties That Will Change the Way You Grow Roses

Book - 2015
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“I wish I had this when I planted my rose garden twenty-five years ago. I am now about to plant another garden, full of wonderful rose varieties and I intend to follow Peter's advice wholeheartedly.” —Martha Stewart

Have you tried to grow roses, only to give up once you realized how dependent on pesticides they are? In this lush guide rose expert Peter Kukielski highlights 150 rose varieties that excel in gardens without the use of chemicals. Roses Without Chemicals features information on planting, pruning, and pests; plant profiles that include a color photo and details on color, growth habit, and fragrance; and helpful lists of roses organized by color, growing habit, and region.

With this guide in hand, you can finally choose the right rose from the start and successfully grow them in an organic and sustainable way.

Baker & Taylor
Presents a guide to roses, discussing the different types, best growing conditions, and common pests, and describing 150 roses that have a high resistance to disease.

& Taylor

A former curator at the New York Botanical Garden describes 150 different varieties of roses that can be grown without the use of pesticides, fungicides or fertilizers and provides information on planting, pruning and caring for these gorgeous blooms. Original.

Publisher: Portland, Oregon : Timber Press, Inc., 2015
Edition: 1st edition
ISBN: 9781604693546
Branch Call Number: 635.933734 K958r
Characteristics: 265 pages : illustrations, color ; 23 cm


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