How To Grow Roses: Dedicated to the Flower Loving People of America (Paperback)
This special re-print edition of Conrad & Jones Co.'s book "How To Grow Roses" is considered one of the most authorative guides on roses and their cultivation during the early 20th Century. Written in 1916, this classic text on roses sheds light on everything a person might wish to know about growing and caring for roses in the garden. Chapters include The Amateur's Rose Garden, Establishing Ideals, The Rose Lover's Calendar, Where To Plant Roses, Preparing to Grow Roses, Planting Roses, Protecting Roses, Pruning Roses, Selecting Roses, One Hundred and Fifty Eight Choice Rose Varieties, Roses For Various Purposes and Uses, Selecting Roses By Region, The Increasing Regard For Roses, A Famous Rose Garden, Attar of Roses and much more. Lavishly illustrated with turn of the century photos. Note: This edition is a perfect facsimile of the original edition and is not set in a modern typeface. As a result, some type characters and images might suffer from slight imperfections or minor shadows in the page background.