Clippings from local society newsletters featured in the March/April 2014 issue of American Rose are available for download.
Clippings from local society newsletters featured in the January/February 2014 issue of American Rose are available for download.
This is the ninth annual installment of the nursery guide, which first appeared in American Rose in 2006. The
2014 Nursery Guide contains about the same number of nurseries as the 2013 Guide (perhaps one less). Unfortunately,
Vintage Gardens in Sebastopol, CA, the boutique rose nursery with the largest number of rose varieties
(over 3,000), closed (as it had announced it would be doing last year) in the summer of 2013. Another nursery
also closed – Antique Garden Roses in St. Martinsville, LA. Wells Mid-South Roses continues under a new name:
For the Love of Roses, LLC.
Click here for access to the 2014 Nursery Guide (this is a member benefit and requires logging in).
Twenty Years of Questions & Answers from American Rose with Dr. John T. Dickman
From 1992 until 2012, John authored his “Questions and Answers” column in every issue of American Rose. He answered the questions clearly, thoroughly and in an entertaining fashion. Many questions required hours of research to give a truly complete answer, but John tackled all comers. This compilation covers the most pertinent, and the most interesting, questions (and answers) from 20 years of “Questions and Answers” in American Rose. It is a treasure of information which you will enjoy and find useful.
$19.99 plus S&H
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The ARS Miniature and Miniflora Rose Hall of Fame honors miniature and miniflora roses that have stood the test of time in commerce for at least 20 years. Now, it is your opportunity to participate in this process by sending in your nomination(s), (five or less).
Clippings from local society newsletters featured in the September/October issue of American Rose are available for download.