rosarian

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ro·sar·i·an

 (rō-zâr′ē-ən)
n.
A person with expertise or a special interest in the cultivation of roses.

rosarian

(rəʊˈzɛərɪən)
n
(Horticulture) a person who cultivates roses, esp professionally
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Consulting rosarians will be on hand to answer all rose growing questions, rose bushes will be sold; and there will be an education program on winterizing roses.
Erickson, like most Mississippi rosarians, is constantly looking for roses that are disease resistant and that thrive in our climate, and he greatly welcomed these donated roses that adapt well to Mississippi.
Award-winning flower arranger and rose specialist David Ruston, one of the world's most respected rosarians, offers highlights of his life and career, with special reference to the flower arrangements he has made over the years in support of local, national, and international communities and organizations.
The Sustainable Rose Garden" is a collection of essays written by rosarians for fellow rose lovers.
Many rosarians have their own organic recipes; fish, banana peels, dried alfalfa and liquid kelp are a few.
In from another funky Argentine city this time Rosario, but the type of Rosarians that came via Columbia and teach at SCI-ARC).
In this update of the 1983 reference guide for plant pathologists, other specialists, and serious rosarians, Horst (Cornell U.
Even John Philip Sousa and the Portland Rosarians visited here.
For nature lovers, the Jersey Rose and Flower Show, presented by Jersey Rosarians in the beautiful grounds of Radier Manor, promises to be a spectacle of colour and fragrance.
You can also contact its consulting rosarian program, which will put you in contact with rosarians in your community.
Gardeners with special interests will appreciate expert books such as these: ``A Passion for Roses'' by Peter Beales (Mitchell Beazley, pounds 30) is a landmark volume by one of Britain's greatest rosarians.