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Hardy Roses for Harsh Climates

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BUL 874
Pub. Date: 2009
Last Reviewed: 2016

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Do you live in a cold high-elevation Idaho location? Don't worry. You can still have beautiful roses that will thrive. Stephen L. Love has tested dozens of rose varieties bred especially for harsh cold climates near the University of Idaho Aberdeen Research and Extension Center. He reports in this 14-page publication on roses that will do best in Idaho's high-elevation cold climates everything from hybrid tea roses, climbers, miniatures and modern shrub roses to fine-smelling antique garden varieties. Meet more than 50 rose varieties and learn where to buy them. Color photos. Part of the short-season, high-attitude gardening series.

Author: Stephen L. Love

14 pages


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