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books on rose propagation

Posted by collinw 7b (My Page) on
Tue, Jun 12, 07 at 23:17

What are your favorite rose books specifically for propagation?

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RE: books on rose propagation

Google "rose hybridizers", go to the association's web page and order the booklet.

Ken Druse has a general book on propagation, "Making More Plants", I've been meaning to get it but haven't yet.

RE: books on rose propagation

If you have a fast internet access (or have it through work or a library), use the google, book, full text search engine and search for some of the classic rose texts:
Hibberd, Shirley, 1884, The Rose Book
Rivers, Thomas, Rose Amateur's Guide
Buist Roses
Paul, Roses
Use the search engine for each book for propagation, for cuttings, for rootstocks, and enjoy.

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