Offers the elements of garden design necessary for an organic program, as well as companion plant ideas, cultivation and troubleshooting, fun extras such as rose recipes, and a timely organic perspective.
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Liz Druitt is a graden writer, designer, consultant, and experienced Rose Rustler. Her gradening articles have appeared in Fine Gardening , Flower and Garden , Horticulture , and numerous other publications. She makes her home in Birmingham, Alabama.Review:
This book has good information on rose culture and organic alternatives to chemical sprays. But the best part is the extensive listing of roses that tend to be healthy without much help from the gardener―my kind of rose. (Katie Rowell The Times- Saturday Circulation)
Any rose gardener will enjoy this useful book. The organic approach just makes it all that much better. (Field Roebuck The Dallas Morning News)
This is a delicious book! The Organic Rose Garden, is a polished feast from paper to layout to writing. The spread of photos is a banquet to the eyes. (Sherry Armendariz Small Press)
There is no better source on sensible rose growing. (Bill Finch Mobile, Alabama Press)
Liz Druitt's grand new book is an inspiration to those who love roses, as well as those "spray not" gardeners who want to grow roses without having to nuke pests and diseases. (Texas Gulf Coast Gardening)
...this is a book specifically for today's rose gardener. (Caller-Times)
It's an excellent addition to the genre of Southern gardening books, destined to enlighten and aid growers for a long time. (David Derrenbacher The Austin Sage)
...an excellent collection of advice and information...The Organic Rose Garden will be on my reference shelf for many years to come. (Brent Pemberton Heritage Rose Foundation News)
The Organic Rose Garden holds up well against its competition. Photos...are color and wisely concentrated in a rose encyclopedia section that profiles the most fuss-free roses with refreshing honesty. (Flower Gardening)
Druitt writes in a conversational style sprinkled with humor; I felt like I was meeting a delightful, knowledgeable gardening friend. She's full of great suggestions―some practical, some philosophical. (Barbara Ashmun Fine Gardening)
This book breaks new ground and gives gardeners an entirely different way of looking at rose care―one that's better for the environment and the grower than the intensely chemical method that's all too often considered the standard. (Judy Lowe Chattanooga Times Free Press)
Texas rosarian Druitt presents in good, plain English how to create a rose garden that's beautiful and easy to maintain. (New Orleans Times Picayune)
..offers...'less bio-impactive' alternatives with the flair and sense of fun we have come to expect from [Druitt's] work. (Jane Barker Wright Horticulture)
Marvelous pictures, dates, and descriptions. (Debbie Hughes, Fort Myers News-Press)
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