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Come Talk Roses with Paul Zimmerman on Facebook!

comments (2) February 19th, 2013 in blogs
Antonio_Reis Antonio Reis, Product Manager
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 Click the image to enlarge. Photo: Paul Zimmerman

If there's one thing Paul Zimmerman wants you to know, it is that roses are plants too. You know this if you've read his blog: Roses Are Plants, Too. Well, whether you have or you haven't, it's time to get excited for Paul's latest project, a newly-printed book called Everyday Roses.

To celebrate this tome's release, Paul is going to be a special guest on Fine Gardening's Facebook page. On Saturday, March 9, 2013, at 10:00 a.m. Eastern Time, he will take control of our page and be there to answer any and all rose-related questions you may have. When is the best time to prune roses? Paul will fill you in. Which is the best rose for a shady corner? He'll list his picks. And Paul, what the heck got you so rose-obsessed? Well, let's hope someone asks him politely and he agrees to fill us in.

Join us for this fun and informative event! Saturday, March 9, 2013, at 10:00 a.m. ET, on our Facebook page.

More links to celebrate Everyday Roses. Buy the book here!
Book giveaway Paul's Favorite Roses Roses Are Plants, Too

 





Comments (2)

PFZimmerman writes: I don't think I'd try during the heat of the summer. Posted: 11:04 am on July 18th
elaine1948 writes: can you tell me if i can move my rose bush in july & aug i saw it on but can't fine it thank you so much elaine Posted: 6:37 pm on July 7th
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