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Tender Roses for Tough Climate

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        StatementStorey Books
        PublishersStorey Books
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        LC ClassificationsNovember 1997
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 90 p. :
        Number of Pages53
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        ISBN 100676570704
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In the east, Mrs Ethelyn Emery Keays was collecting and identifying all the old roses she could find in Calvert County, Maryland, and writing a classic text about them: Old Roses 1935. The rose bush is a little on the wild side, and some can reach 7 feet.

Zone 6 should be minimally protected, and zone 5 should do fine with minimal to moderate protection, decide based on how close you are to zone 4 or zone 6. Soil: Roses thrive best in soils that retain water without becoming waterlogged.

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They do tend to have weak necks, since the pedicel below the bloom has insufficient strength to bear the weight of the double flowers; though not true of all of them, it does seem to be a family characteristic. The only winter protection they need is snow. The hardiest and most self-sufficient rose bushes require no more, and some are even quite tolerant of neglect.

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