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Category Archives: Books
Whether you are just beginning with roses or have been growing roses for a long time, you will thoroughly enjoy this book by popular garden expert, Paul Zimmerman. This book is beautiful, helpful, inspirational and pure garden joy. Everyday Roses … Continue reading
I am currently reading Carolyn Parker’s book R is for Rose and am taking my time to savor every story and every picture. This book is not only eye candy for rose lovers, but it also showcases so many of … Continue reading
I had the pleasure of speaking with Jim Long during last week’s Rose Chat interview about his book, How To Eat a Rose, the rose as herb of the year and so much more. JIM LONG Jim has appeared on … Continue reading
As much as I love and look forward to spring, I do enjoy the slower pace of winter that comes after Christmas and allows more time for reading. Something warm to drink, a fire in the fireplace and a good … Continue reading
A book I can read over and over is Down the Garden Path by Beverley Nichols. The very British Beverly will pull you into his world (1930‘s England) of gardening and eccentric neighbors and make you fall as in love … Continue reading