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Everyday Roses. Paul's New Book Is Out. Published by Taunton Press

comments (0) February 19th, 2013 in blogs
PFZimmerman Paul Zimmerman, contributor
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Video Length: 0:54
Produced by: Erik Olsen Photography


I've always thought about writing a rose book, but was never actually certain it would come about. About a year and a half ago I talked to the folks at Taunton Press about doing one based in large part of my blog posts. In book form I would be able to expand on my writings and include more detailed information.

With the support of the good folks at Conard-Pyle it is now officially here. The book covers how to grow garden roses in a garden setting. I wrote it with gardeners in mind who simply want to include some roses in their overall planting scheme.

The book debunks a lot of the "roses are complicated to grow" myths, which should come as no suprise to readers of this blog!

Enjoy the short commercial and hopefully also the book. Before I close this I would like to thank Taunton Press and Conard-Pyle for making this happen. More than anyone though, I want to thank you, the readers of this blog for all your wonderful feedback and support.

Happy Roseing
Paul



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