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Re: Garden design mag.

In a message dated 7/9/03 10:03:18 PM, romans8@comcast.net writes:

<< The latest has a good article
about heritage roses of Dr. Griffith Buck. Roses developed for hardiness for
Iowa & like states. >>

Tony, Dr Buck did his work at ISU.  ISU Reiman Gardens has almost a full 
collection of the roses he developed.  He passed away several years ago but his 
wife & daughter Mary still live in Ames (home of ISU).  Mary gives talks on his 
roses.  I have several of his roses which are not only hardy (own root stock) 
but disease resistant also.

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