Books on Rose Gardening
ARS Encyclopedia of Roses is a complete guide to the care and cultivation of more than 2,000 roses. Cataloged in an easy-to-follow A-Z format and beautifully illustrated, this comprehensive reference is a must for every rose gardener.
There are descriptions for more than 25,000 roses for serious rose growers, plant science researchers; those involved with academic and industrial settings, horticultural nurseries and botanical gardens.
Roses for Dummies does away with the myth that roses have to be high maintenance, instead showing how to choose a type that will blossom in your care. Inside you will find useful information on: Shopping for roses,
600 pages of terrific photos and accurate descriptions. Aside from the thousands of cultivars listed, there’s also an excellent section on wild roses. A very useful reference table summarizes the main features of each rose.
This is a beautiful book with breathtaking images from the archives of the Royal Horticultural Society.
Growing Annuals, Perennials, Bulbs, Shrubs and Vines with Roses (Jackson & Perkins)
This book will help you integrate roses into your garden with other plants – Perennials,