"Twentieth-Century Roses" is a companion volume to Peter Beales'
"Classic Roses". It contains more than 650 of the outstanding and
most readily available modern roses, 450 illustrated in colour
photographs. Each rose is individually described, with details of
its breeding, size, shape and flowering characters and with
instructions on its cultivation. Symbols show at a glance every
variety's tolerance of light and shade, of soil conditions and its
resistance to disease. Introductory sections describe the history
of modern roses generally and how best to plan and prepare for
roses in the garden. Peter Beales is one of Britain's foremost
rosarians. His commercial collection in Norfolk of classic and
modern roses is one of the largest in Britain and he exports roses
to many countries worldwide.
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