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Growing Roses in the Pacific Northwest

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Growing Roses in the Pacific Northwest by Nita-Jo Rountree
  • Hardcover $19.95

    Jan 17, 2017 | 224 Pages

  • Ebook $9.99

    Jan 17, 2017 | 224 Pages

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“One of the best books that I have read for the beginning rose grower; the advice is simple, complete and takes the mystery out of growing roses.” 
Harry A. Landers, curator, Portland International Rose Test Garden
“Nita-Jo Rountree has given us the key to growing great roses: choose a rose that will grow well where you live–The Right Rose for the Right Location! Her advice on choosing easy-care, disease-resistant roses is spot on. Combine that with her sage advice for planting and caring for them and you are sure to have great roses!”
Pat Shanley, president, American Rose Society
“What an incredible resource for regional gardeners. This beautifully written concise and practical guide to growing roses in our ‘rose-challenged’ climate makes the case for why we should include roses in our gardens while taking all the work out of making the right decisions.”
Daniel J. Hinkley, author and horticulturalist, creator of Heronswood and Windcliff Plants
“Oh, la, la! Anyone lucky enough to see the roses in Nita-Jo Rountree’s magnificent garden won’t be surprised that this is such an excellent book. There’s flat-out no one in the Pacific Northwest better qualified to write about choosing the best roses for your garden, and how to care for them to keep them looking their best.  If you love roses half as much as I do, you’ll love the living tweetle out of this book, and if you don’t love roses, I guarantee you will after you read it.”
Ciscoe Morris, author of Ask Ciscoe

“Colorful roses to brighten up your day from the Pacific Northwest.”
—Garden Design

Growing Roses in the Pacific Northwest is an organic-focused guide that will give you the know-how to care for a large selection of gorgeous varieties that are practically guaranteed to thrive in the region and beyond.” 
—Gardening Know How

“Nearly every page is drenched in rose photos, an extravaganza of silky, ruffled petals in shades from alabaster through deepest blood red. Add in thorns and fruit and stamen, and the book is one big seduction. Along with plenty of practicalities.”
—Seattle Times

“This is a great book!”
—New Day Northwest

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